On Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 3:42 PM,
you right my dude
On Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 3:41 PM,
the only album i beleive could be is weakest album his nastrodamus, but even that was hot, nas loves to experiment, and being a artist is nothing wrong with that
On Sat, Jul 21, 2012 at 7:02 PM,
http://www.reverbnation.com/jaymarleyshakur THE RISING of Hip Hop in its true art form.
On Sat, Jun 23, 2012 at 12:14 AM,
I am... was a classic, people are just to simple minded to understand that.
On Tue, Jun 12, 2012 at 12:57 PM,
I am is absolutely one of his underrated albums... Come on Nas is Like is one of the hottest songs he has every made. Undying Love is ridiculous, we got NY State of Mind II on there which is amazing.. So i would never say that i am... is his weakest album that is just false. There is only one album that i would say is his weakest album, not i am..., and to me its not even weak so fuck anyone who says his work is weak
On Sun, Jun 10, 2012 at 8:18 PM,
I personally am ambivalent towards “I Am…” I, too, feel like that if it would’ve been released as Nas originally planned it, (as a double album with much more personal records), than it would’ve been a much stronger album. The first half of the album (tracks 1-8) is nearly flawless. ‘N.Y. State Of Mind, Pt. II’ is an update of the problems Nas encounters and also how he views NY’s streets, ‘Hate Me Now’ is classic and legendary; for one reason because Puff coined the phrase “Escobar season has returned” on it. ‘Small World’ is Nas seemingly effortlessly weaving an intricate story over a chilling beat that easily captivates the listener from beginning to end, and ‘Favor For A Favor’ is just two of Hip-Hop’s best rhyme slingers connecting and decimating a hype track. ‘We Will Survive,’ ‘Ghetto Prisoners’ and ‘You Won’t See Me Tonight’ end the first half of the album on a strong note. The second half of “I Am…” is where Nas loses steam, which is why “I Am…” is deserving of most of the criticism it receives. The second half of “I Am…” (tracks 9-16), with the exception of ‘Nas Is Like’ and ‘Undying Love,’ lacks great production and lyrical consistency. ‘I Want To Talk To You,’ while a poignant song, was poorly executed to me. ‘Dr. Knockboot’ doesn’t fit with the rest of the vibe of the album and neither does ‘K-I-S-S-I-N-G.’ ‘Life Is What You Make It’ was solid, although the beat could’ve been stronger in my opinion. ‘Big Things’ was just flat out an egregious song and I feel Nas only did a song like that because Biggie successfully used a rapid-fire flow for ‘Notorious Thugs” on “Life After Death.” I say this because B.I.G. was the only rival Nas really felt he had at the time, so I’m sure he felt he could do what B.I.G. did and possibly even do it better than him. ‘Nas Is Like’ is flawless, so nothing more really needs to be said about that. ‘Money Is My Bitch’ is clever, but like ‘Life Is What You Make It,’ the beat could’ve been stronger to me. ‘Undying Love’ is a phenomenal album closer and along with ‘Nas Is Like,’ helps the second half of “I Am…” from being a total disaster. Although Nas clearly has classics songs on this album, I do not feel that it is underrated if you look at it in its totality (production, lyrical content/consistency, song choice, hooks, etc.).
On Sun, Jun 10, 2012 at 8:16 PM,
On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 7:50 PM,
"I Am" is definitely underrated however it wasn't one of Nas's top five albums. Hate me now, NY State of mind pt 2, Nas is like, Small world, Undying love were amazing songs. If it was another artist people would consider this album as a classic, but since it's one of Nas's Albums, it doesnt get as much credit as it deserves.
On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 10:10 AM,
The album was dope not the dopest, but dope.
On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 10:57 PM,
"I Am..." was one of Nas's weaker joints imo. I feel like, had it been released the way it was originally intended to be, the album would have been an undeniable classic. Just look at some of the songs that came out from that time period. Damn near the entire "Lost Tapes" came from the "I Am..." recording sessions. I feel like the album doesn't maintain a truly cohesive feel to it. Some of Nas's best records are on that album along with some mediocre ones.
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