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Feb 22, 2012This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The wit of Eminem seems to have faded from Professor Green of his sophomore release, instead being carried by dark undertones and mellowed by self-pity lyricism. Certain moments shine through however, such as the fast moving "Astronaut" and the rolling sweep of lead single "Read All About It" which features an amazing stadium hook from Emeli SandÃ©, where the mood definitely meets the subject matter. Some may also be put off from the long running time and the depressing mood throughout, but nevertheless this is a listen worthy enough to pass time with.… Expand
Jun 11, 2013This is why rappers have a bad name in music, because all thier songs are about and "hoes" and in Professor Greens case "CONSTABLES" as well. Would be good if it wasn't so generic and chavy. Although I do admit he has the potential to be great, just needs to work on his lyrics A LOT and needs to stop looping his backbeats constantly.
Oct 3, 2014This album is amazing!!! Professor Green knew how to do Rap with comercial musics and, at the same time, be a big social critic and good talker about his life.
Tracks like "Read All About It", "How Many Moons", "Astronaut" and "At Your Inconvenience" sound so big and powerful with his verses... The production and lyrics, the way he did it. It's all incredible.
I really love it. Amazing! ♥