• Record Label: Asylum
  • Release Date: Apr 28, 2009
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  1. Apr 1, 2015
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    Literally all he does in the album is repeat the same lines, say his name over and over again, and collaborate with other awful rappers to make the album popular and better. He's just not that good, end of story. Only thing that keeps me from me from rating this album a 1 or a 0 is that this guy has some decent beats, but that's about it. He's just like most of the other rapper from theLiterally all he does in the album is repeat the same lines, say his name over and over again, and collaborate with other awful rappers to make the album popular and better. He's just not that good, end of story. Only thing that keeps me from me from rating this album a 1 or a 0 is that this guy has some decent beats, but that's about it. He's just like most of the other rapper from the south: He's boring, he has no variety, and it sounds like a rushed mess. Expand
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  1. Maybe it's a clue that Jones has already moved on and that there's not much here to get excited about, past some high-powered singles.
  2. Jones has modified his elongated flow, though he doesn't show much growth as an MC. Still, compared to the obsessive self-promotion of his debut, the restraint here makes it infinitely more listenable.
  3. Even though The Voice starts off a little slow with 'Swagger Right' and 'Houston Oilers,' once the album hits a groove it keeps it all the way through to the Mike Dean produced 'Grandma II' finale.