Revenue Retrievin': Day Shift

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  • Summary: The San Francisco Bay Area rapper releases two albums on the same day, Revenue Retrievin': Day Shift and Revenue Retrievin': Night Shift. The albums feature such guests as B-Legit, Gucci Mane, Suga T, Too Short, and E-40's son Droop-E.
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  1. These are nimble, versatile albums, though collectively the “Revenue Retrievin’ ” dyad is a more successful act of point-proving than execution.
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    Both releases have their hits and misses, but overall the music remains balanced. Longtime E-40 fans will find more than a few songs to mob to, while the decidedly West Coast sound may alienate newer listeners.
  3. On the whole the batting average is much higher than even the best MLB players when it comes to hits on "Day Shift" so E-40 supporters should be kicking themselves if they didn't pick this up.
  4. A comparable but slightly superior outing to E-40’s nightlife-oriented Revenue Retrievin’: Night Shift, which was released on the same date, Revenue Retrievin’: Day Shift finds the Bay veteran sticking more closely to his comfort zone and making songs about what he knows: the streets.
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