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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The Book of David is Amazing! A Must Have Album!
It feels like I was raised on this album, that's how old this album seems, but it's not. To me this album is real music. I like the way Dj Quik has been going musically since Balance, and Options. Dj Quik is back, but he really didn't go anywhere. Dj Quik is one of my favorite rappers, besides Eminem, and 2pac. Ice Cube is alright, I really like the song he did with Dj Quik on this album. I first heard Dj Quik when I was 10 when Balance and Options came out, and I'm 20 now, and I still think he's great. I really like his beats, and lyrics. I like that he's different from everybody else, he is his own, at least in my opinion. I don't listen to much mainstream rap, and hip hop, I prefer the underground, I personally think it's better. Hopefully Dj Quik doesn't go away, because he is one of the greats. There isn't many greats like there used to be. He is one of a few that are left. This album is amazing. The collaborations on this album are great. I couldn't ask for a better album. The Book of The David is one of my favorite albums of 2011. I like all the songs on this album, but here are my favorites:
1. Boogie Till You Conk Out (featuring Ice Cube)
2. Nobody (featuring Suga Free)
3. Flow for Sale (featuring Kurupt)
4. So Compton (featuring BlaKKazz K.K.)
5. Luv of My Life (featuring Gift Reynolds)
6. Babylon (featuring BlaKKazz K.K. & Bizzy Bone)
7. Real Women (featuring Jon B.)
8. Killer Dope
9. Ghetto Rendezvous