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  • Summary: The once mighty No Limit empire may have fallen a bit, but Master P is still making records. This is his first under a new distribution deal with Universal.
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 4
  2. Negative: 2 out of 4
  1. Isn't noticeably better or worse than most of his others.
  2. If you look beyond everything that's downright embarrassing about this album -- the reliance on interpolations rather than original songwriting, the amateur-at-best rapping, the generic beats -- you'll notice a few minor improvements.
  3. A mercifully brief running time (less than 50 minutes) and a few scattered moments of autobiographical storytelling help make Gameface marginally less disposable than its most recent predecessors.
  4. 30
    While P's rhyme schemes haven't changed much, he has improved his musical backdrops significantly. [Feb 2002, p.121]
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  1. ScottB
    Jun 12, 2006
    10
    Yo I get mad ill on this album, almost lost my life in the process of getting it so its forever near my heart. Good buy, plays fly for years.

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