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Friday, July 16, 2010

@Therealbigboi brings Mixtape For Dummies

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Four days before Sir Lucious Left Foot is officially released, we get this mixtape from DJ X-Rated and DJ Esco, which compiles 28 tracks Big Boi has appeared on into a nice primer for new fans, who may not be entirely caught up on the man's work. Notable things to point out include the presence of "Royal Flush," the Raekwon/Andre 3000 feature that may or may not have been cut from the final album due to label drama. Also present are alternate versions of classics like "B.O.B.," and a way spacier take on "Kryptonite." Sure, there's the confusing presence of skits that previously appeared on Outkast albums, but it's a minor flaw. Let this mixtape serve as a reminder that Big Boi and his new album are not to be slept on. Once again, Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son Of Chico Dusty drops on July 6.

What Bankrupt thinks: Big Boi shows that the Coalition Djs were the right choice for this release. When you just look at the number of downloads on this mixtape. It's a wild ride. Is this justified by the content? Or was this simply just allot of money and campaigning put behind it? I think some of the tracks are notable, definitely some tracks that are beyond the norm. An for a drop like this you gonna need that. I actually really like the flow of Benz or Beamer. The track Royal Flush has some crazy hot tripping in there, some excellent mixing there. The Coalition Djs spent some time with this one for sure. Likely my favorite track of the tape is going to have to be Throw Ya Hands Up love that track. It's just a really fun track, you would expect to hear in the summer time. Dj Khaled's coming into So Hood again, has been over played by a million times but it's worth listening to Big Boi's quick rendition on it. So Fresh So Clean is pretty good too. So sit back with the Burbon this weekend and download the Big Boi mixtape and decide for yourself. Is this a mixtape for Dummies? Or is Big Boi makin dummies of all yall? Personally, i like it. Check out Big Boi on Twitter. Read the Google trends, and you'll see this boi is on top, so he's doin somethin right that you aint doin yet!

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