Juvenile - Cocky & Confident Album Review!!!!!!

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edited January 2010 in Reviewably Incorrect
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3.5/5
Juvenile is back after his three year "Reality Check". "Cocky and
Confident" is certainly a fitting title for the album, because one
learns early on in the record that Juvenile does not believe he
has lost a step. For example in the intro track, "Cocky and
Confident" he says,
"No breed no other like me
fans like, is he really gonna drop that
point of degree, you aint never gonna top that
He aint the same , But he still got flo
guess i gotta flow, just a little bit mo
its gonna be a Juvie nation
call this rejuvination
its too much of the fake out
gotta get the real out, before they stake out
put the kids in the safe house, cake out
pull the champ an the stakes out..."
Juvenile is certainly no where as grimy as he once was, he
actually has quiet a few radio songs on this record.
"All Over You", "You Can't Stop Me", "Hands On You" and
the T-Pain replaced by Bobby Valentino record "Everything"
that hit the net this summer. Juvenile manages to hook up
with B.G, Pleasure P, Shawty Lo, and Dorrough. The most
interesting track on the album is the last,"Listen" which is
a remake of pop singer Roxette's "Listen To Your Heart"
"All Over You", "You Can't Stop Me", "Hands On You" and
the T-Pain replaced by Bobby Valentino record "Everything"
that hit the net this summer. This album will probably be
looked over because Juvenile is well passed his prime, but
fans should know, he still has it.

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