Do you see that little gap between those two sentances? Two separate subjects: “Do you think All 6s and 7s lives up to ALL anticipation?” and “do you think it’s his best album?” Pay attention to context here. I simply prefer those albums, and like I said, not by much.
If you stack two albums over All 6′s and 7′s because of one song, then you my friend are a fucking retard.
Malevolent Mike said:
It was “You Owe Like Pookie” away from perfection.
I think I’d put Anghellic and KOD ahead of it, but by next to nothing; Am I a Psycho? is one of my favorite Strange tracks already, more Hopsin please.
This. After listening to whole album plus the bonus tracks it is a beautiful album really. The owe me like pookie I wasnt feeling but I kept just about every other track also rock n roll nigga i wasn’t feeling. This album reminds me kind of like all his albums mashed together ya know? Just a lil bit of each. I’ll admit also that at first I was like man tech….but I listened to every song whole way through and was like dwamn sorry n shit
Dana Wade said:
Lyrically it’s his best album. The beats are very ambitious especially that I love music. Only time will tell if it’s a classic or not
Yes. I think it lived up to what i was expecting and more. Right now i think it tops K.O.D. by a slim margin as my favorite. But we will see if it stands the test of time. I am completely satisfied w this album (including bonus tracks.) Pookie was my complaint. On a collabos album it would not be so bad, but it is not at the high level of all the other tracks of A6A7.
Def lived up to the hype. People that are comparing it to older albums shouldn’t. Tech has evolved which means his music will evolve. Everready, KOD, and Anghellic are all great albums, and I love all of them, but with mainstream coming to Tech, this was a great “breakout” album. He will get a ton of new fans from this CD and he will ultimately become the greatest rapper and sell more records. New fans will go out and buy his old stuff because they will love this album.