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4.8

Mixed or average reviews- based on 17 Ratings

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  2. Negative: 5 out of 17
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  1. Jun 12, 2012
    5
    similar to the problem with the carter IV, the artist decided to release a lot of the songs on the album as singles MONTHS before the albums release. I counted 8 songs that were already out and most of these are the good songs on here. most of the new songs are just boring. his next project should be an EP because an album running for 71 minuets is not a good idea when most of his fanssimilar to the problem with the carter IV, the artist decided to release a lot of the songs on the album as singles MONTHS before the albums release. I counted 8 songs that were already out and most of these are the good songs on here. most of the new songs are just boring. his next project should be an EP because an album running for 71 minuets is not a good idea when most of his fans just want to hear beats Expand
  2. Jul 13, 2012
    4
    This album isnt that good. FLOCKAVELI was way better because of the thrive he had to become famous so he worked harder. since he's now more famous he works with washed up artists like Minaj, Flo-rida, & Tyga. FLOCKAVELI will always be his best album
  3. Jun 15, 2012
    3
    The existing worst rapper? Very likely. The appearances of Meek Mill and Drake do not save this album from disaster. The only good parts of this album take place when Waka Flocka Flame not singing.
  4. Jun 13, 2012
    10
    Remember when Flockaveli came out and it sucked well this is the complete opposite this has songs for everybody by far his best work. This is for all music fans, great beats, and trunk bangers.
  5. Jul 24, 2012
    5
    The second album of Waka Flock Flame's career - "Triple F Life Friends, Fans And Family" is a very intermediary product. The whole album is near hour compilation of tracks maintained within hip hop and rap styles, although not very interesting. Opening, based on overdone motives songs are not very expressive - so even the album's included three singles did not present any particularlyThe second album of Waka Flock Flame's career - "Triple F Life Friends, Fans And Family" is a very intermediary product. The whole album is near hour compilation of tracks maintained within hip hop and rap styles, although not very interesting. Opening, based on overdone motives songs are not very expressive - so even the album's included three singles did not present any particularly diversed themes, which at the most zero essential value reveals its not very positive side. Collaborations with artists such as Drake, B.o.B, Trey Songz or Meek Mill did not help much either. Expand
  6. Aug 4, 2012
    2
    Waka has a good song. It's a pretty good song. I can get behind that song. But Waka also has a problem: He can ONLY rap that one song. Seriously, most of the tracks here sound too similar for their own good. After listening to it, the only one that stuck out at all was I Don't Really Care. Maybe someday Waka will be able to rap more than one song, but today was not that day.
  7. Aug 8, 2015
    7
    While not as urgent or quite as thrilling as his, at this point debut genre defining masterpiece 'Flockaveli', Triple F is a satisfactory follow up. The trimmings have been slimmed and Waka Flocka Flame is is at the centre of this project a bit more (although even before his voice was the one you'd pay most attention too) with fewer guests, even so, there's almost a feature for each track.While not as urgent or quite as thrilling as his, at this point debut genre defining masterpiece 'Flockaveli', Triple F is a satisfactory follow up. The trimmings have been slimmed and Waka Flocka Flame is is at the centre of this project a bit more (although even before his voice was the one you'd pay most attention too) with fewer guests, even so, there's almost a feature for each track. Never the less, they play their parts well particularly Drake, Meek Mill, Bun B & Ludacris. This time round, all A listers who may of cost a pretty penny but still turn in memorable performances although they often ever so slightly overshadow him. Waka himself has upped his lyrical ability notably earning himself a place among the more respected trap rappers you find every which way lately. Not only are his rhymes improved but his conscious side scratched at on 'For My Dawgs' is further explored, not as in detail as say Andre 3000 (that would be a ridiculous advance) but you get the idea. Songs that feature this self awareness include the brilliantly produced 'Triple F Life (Intro)', 'Power of My Pen' and the again, terrifically produced, Outro. The beats that previously were supplied by Lex Luger have been swapped over in favour of up and comer Southside which plays in Waka's favour because nothing is worse when a rapper has a hot sound and abuses the hell out of it. Waka exploring new soundscapes is a blessing but luckily still, we get Lex Luger for one song "Round Of Applause"; And here was me thinking Luger was a one trick pony capable of one sound, a woozy banger drawing Obviously from Drake's usual production team, 40 and/or T-Minus. Its a shame to only have him give in one beat but still, its better then nothing. Not without its missteps, Get Low over bears its mark into pop territory which Waka near enough completely fails in. His attempt is somewhat endearing though although at once entirely tepid. Similarly Trey Songz featuring 'I Don't Really Care'. Other problems are that some tracks suffer from simply being, for Waka unforgivably, boring. Despite the flaws, there are many pros and this a project that cancels out the second album jinx allowing Waka to continue relevance with his development as a writer. Unlike so many rappers before him, I'm pleased to say Waka will not fall off the face of the earth any time soon and his success is not just be a flash in the pan but the start of a bright career. Expand
  8. Apr 11, 2015
    7
    This album is nowhere near as strong as Flocka's debut, Flockaveli, there's no denying that. We see Waka change his lyrical style from Flockaveli's violent and dramatic lyrics about thug life to more popular and overused subject matters. However, the lyrics are saved by the times when Waka is talking about his personal life. The production on here is a bit weaker than Flockaveli'sThis album is nowhere near as strong as Flocka's debut, Flockaveli, there's no denying that. We see Waka change his lyrical style from Flockaveli's violent and dramatic lyrics about thug life to more popular and overused subject matters. However, the lyrics are saved by the times when Waka is talking about his personal life. The production on here is a bit weaker than Flockaveli's production (as can be clearly seen by the lack of Lex Luger on this album), however, Southside's production substituting Lex Luger's for the majority still makes for interesting trap production. Grade: B. Highlights: "Lurkin", "Let Dem Guns Blam", "Rooster in My Rari", 'Round of Applause". Worst songs: "Fist Bump" (why the guitar solo???), "Get Low" Expand
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66

Generally favorable reviews - based on 14 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 14
  2. Negative: 0 out of 14
  1. The Source
    Aug 22, 2012
    60
    What Waka lacks in depth and purpose, he makes up for with conviction. [#253, p.87]
  2. Jun 26, 2012
    55
    There are enough songs with worthwhile beats and guests to hold this album together to some degree, and depending on whether or not you like Flocka's lyrical style will be the degree.
  3. Jun 18, 2012
    50
    While there are some highlights on the album, they don't nearly make up for the glaring flaws throughout, the lack of noteworthy lyrics or the redundancy in topics, flows, hooks and beats.