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  • Summary: The New York rapper's second album features guest appearances by former Destiny's Child member LeToya Luckett, Ky-Mani Marley, Tech N9ne, J. Holiday, and Nice & Smooth.

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Move If You Wanna
Move if you wanna if you wanna if you wanna Move-Move if you wanna if you wanna if you wanna Move-Move if you wanna if you wanna if you... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. The rapper behind 2007's party anthem 'This Is Why I'm Hot' returns with more heat for the dance floor.
  2. Despite having all of the right elements, this album seems far more forgettable than the aforementioned "The Last Kiss."
  3. Often Mims refers to how hated he’s become for his success, but truly it’s hard to loathe someone so underwhelming.
  4. Mims has good taste in beats. But this album seems just . . . superfluous.
  5. There are a couple of moments of idiosyncrasy here, particularly on the title track and 'On & On,' but Guilt’s formulaic approach makes it easy to pass on the whole album.
  6. Guilt may be a bad title for a pop-rap album so slick and shallow, the completely ludicrous I Am Hip Hop's Savior was the original plan, suggesting that this project was misguided since early development.
  7. 40
    Too often these songs either sound recycled or just uninspired.
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