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BASED ON A T.R.U. STORY

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« Rookie of the year » aux BET Hip Hop Awards 2012, autrement dit meilleur débutant de l’année dans la catégorie des grosses pointures du rap game, 2 Chainz a complètement changé de standing. Énorme succès aux États-Unis, Based on a T.R.U Story frôle le demi-million de ventes dans les bacs. Anciennement surnommé « Tity Boi » dans le groupe Playaz Circle, le rappeur a repris son destin en main et changé de nom en 2010, considérant que le label de Ludacris qu’il l’avait accueilli ne le faisait pas assez briller. On ne peut pas vraiment dire qu’il se soit trompé en partant chercher la gloire en solo.

« Homme de l’année » pour le magazine The Source, 2 Chainz est courtisé par toutes les pointures du rap game comme Kanye West et Nicki Minaj que l’on retrouve sur l’album. Digne descendant du rap sudiste emmené par les vétérans OutKast et Lil' Jon puis par Lil' Wayne et Ludacris, 2 Chainz fait honneur au Dirty South comme sur « Crack ». Très efficaces, les basses sont lourdes et l’ambiance oppressante. L’ouverture avec « Yuck! » en duo avec Lil' Wayne ne laisse pas planer de doute, Based on a T.R.U Story est conçu dans la droite ligne du Southern Rap. Du pur son de ganster des bayous où se mêlent chaînes en or, rythmiques agressives (« Dope Peddler »), singles calibrés (« No Lie » avec Drake) et duos de stars (« Birthday Song » avec Kanye West).

2 Chainz se relâche un peu sur la ballade R&B « Extremely Blessed ». Un calme de courte durée avant l’arrivée de la furie Nicki Minaj sur « I Luv Dem Strippers ». Mention spéciale à « Stop Me Now » avec Dolla Boy, « Money Machine » et « Ghetto Dreams » avec John Legend et Scarface qui sortent vraiment de l’ordinaire. Pas suffisant pour faire de ce premier effort un classique mais qui augure tout de même d’une belle carrière pur l’homme aux deux chaînes. - Copyright 2016 Music Story


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2 Chainz ancien Tity Boy, quasi inconnu du grand public avant cet album, fait partie des secondes vies du rap. On peut remercier la Trap Music de faire renaitre certains artiste comme Juicy J et 2 Chainz. L'album est un nouveau souffle, Trap, Dubstep, R'n'b, bref de nombreuses sonorités viennent colorer cette oeuvre. Beaucoup n'aimeront pas mais attention beaucoup aimeront le délire de 2 Chainz. Un album essentiel pour ceux qui ne crachent pas sur la nouvelle vague de Rap US. En tete de liste "Birthday Song" "No lie" "Dope peddler" "Countdown" "I'm different" parmis les nombreuses bombes de l'opus.
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ancien membre de playaz circle du label de Ludacris dont l'album ne m'avait pas plu et specialiste du rap a stripteaseuses, quelques clips annonciateurs de cet album m'ont poussé à acheter cet album et je dois avouer que c'est une belle surprise.
Cet album est un instantané du sud le plus glauque avec un son certes sudiste mais dépouillé au maximum avec des titres comme birthday (ou même kanye west a l'air d'un dur) ou encore l'énorme et presque classique I'm Different [Explicit]"I'm different" et une enorme capacité à faire des refrains accrocheurs, a tenir son rang face à Scarface sur la grosse prod de Ghetto dreams, ou le grand John legend fait merveille, lui, à comparer avec malheureusement les 3 titres R n'B sirupeux de Chris Brown (beurk), mike posner (pas mieux) et the dream (qui..?) qui m'empechent de mettre un 5 étoiles.
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HASH(0x9327f18c) étoiles sur 5 Solid Start With Some Great Moments; Some Uneven Ones As Well 3 ½ Stars 15 août 2012
Par Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Joining an array of anticipated hip-hop efforts, 2 Chainz's major label debut (on Def Jam) Based On A T.R.U. Story does not disappoint. While it may lack the intellect of Nas's Life Is Good or the money savvy swag of Rick Ross's masterful God Forgives I Don't, Based On A T.R.U. Story delivers both solid and some truly noteworthy moments. Sure, there are some humorous, `stupid' cuts that could have easily been on Waka Flocka Flame's most recent Triple F Life: Fans, Friends & Family, but there are also some surprising, head-nodding ones too.

"Yuck!" opens the effort with a dramatic, dark and malicious sound. After the orchestra setting is established with flurries of strings, clapping synthetic snares serve as the percussive accompaniment to STREETRUNNER/Matthew Burnett's production masterpiece. 2 Chainz delivers a capable and compelling set of rhymes here, with a lengthy, though solid and explicit hook from none other than `Tunechi' (aka Lil Wayne).

"Crack" has a hard act to follow and it does so talking about, well `crack.' Well produced (Southside), the cut is less effective mainly due to the fact it is much simpler and more repetitive. It's not bad, but nor is it nearly as great as "Yuck!"

"Dope Peddler" samples Tom Lehrer's "The Old Dope Peddler" in interesting fashion. Due to a short first verse, the cut comes off repetitive due to the near succession of the repetitive hook: "Started with an OZ/end up riding fo' deep/pull up to the club..." Regardless, "Dope Peddler" is enjoyable enough without spoiling listeners.

"No Lie," featuring Drake, is solid, featuring Drake's quasi-rap/sung vocals on the hook. Produced by Mike-Will-Made-It and co-produced by Marz, the production begins a bit mellow and understated, erupting into an edgier sound. Edgy would characterize where 2 Chainz's mind is at throughout (`no lie' for sure). Drake as usual sells the profanity-laced hook with such grace, if there is such a thing.

"Birthday Song," featuring Kanye West easily graces the top three of Based On A T.R.U. Story. Produced by Sonny Digital and co-produced by West, "Birthday Song" is quirky enough to eliminate predictability, which is a plus. 2 Chainz get's things rolling with an epic hook following a random intro: "They ask me what I do and who I do it for/and how I come up with this ___ in the studio... When I die bury me inside the Gucci store..." While 2 Chainz's verse is fine, West out raps him in a fine second verse. The two MC's join forces for the final verse.

"I'm Different" doesn't compete in the same league as "Birthday Song," unsurprisingly. Dijon "DJ Mustard" McFarlane's production is great regardless, yielding a clean and minimalist sound. 2 Chainz vocal production is as well executed as it has been the entirety of the album, which is another highlight. Regardless, "I'm Different" doesn't have the `juice' of "Yuck!," "No Lie," or "Birthday Song."
"Extremely Blessed," featuring and produced by The-Dream (Terius Nash), competes much better with the best. While it is a notch below, The-Dream paints a softer, gentler palette for 2 Chainz to `paint' upon. The-Dream sings so `chivalrously': "Honey complexion/body of a goddess/22s on the Lexus, named Alexis/By the way of Texas/Big face Rolexes...She's extremely blessed..." 2 Chainz couldn't be outdone of course: "Give us this day our daily bread/if you a chicken head, go somewhere and lay some eggs." Alrighty then.

"I Love Dem Strippers" is one of them `stupid' tracks that works. Having Nicki Minaj assist on a verse certainly helps, particularly when she can hang with any male MC. The hook is `dumb,' but a good `dumb' making "I Love Dem Strippers" worth the listen. Listeners shouldn't lose too many brain cells on this one.

Any lost brain cells are atoned for on the excellent "Stop Me Now," featuring Dolla Boy. Featuring excellent interpolation of "Nothing Can Stop Me" and opting for soulful, dusty drum programming as opposed to southern pummeling drums, "Stop Me Now" has more `class' about it. 2 Chainz kills the hook, even managing to reference Cindy Lauper of all people (she must be proud).

"Money Machine," produced by Drumma Boy (of Young Jeezy fame in particular), is another production highlight if nothing else. The cut itself is good though not nearly as great as the best, particularly the tour de force that proceeds it.

"In Town," featuring Mike Posner (co-produced by him and Lil Ronnie) is valedictory. Beautiful, soulful, salacious all in one, "In Town" is the unexpected triumph of Based On A T.R.U. Story aside from say "Birthday Song." Posner sings lovely accompanied by chordal piano, even at his most overt (and it is overt). 2 Chainz's raps work well, though he'd probably even assert Posner steals the show.

"Ghetto Dreams" in soulful fashion gives guests John Legend and Scarface respective moments. The old-school sound is a perfect follow-up to the bedroom talk of "In Town." The album end's fitting (or not so fittingly) in `stupid' fashion with "Wut We Doin?," a club-track produced by Mike-Will-Made-It and Marz. It's OK, but "Ghetto Dreams" would've been a fine coda.

Overall, Based On A T.R.U. Story is a solid introduction for 2 Chainz. The more creative cuts work better than the clubbier ones, which causes some unevenness. That said, there are no huge overt misses. Overall, 2 Chainz is off to a good start. Broaden some rhymes and horizons next go around AND call Mike Posner back for a repeat and he's on his way.
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HASH(0x9327fe4c) étoiles sur 5 T.R.U.LY Decent. 17 août 2012
Par Ray-Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
2 CHAINZZZZ!!! Reigning from Atlanta, Georgia, Tauheed Epps aka Tity Boi has been putting in work over the past decade. Some people might be unaware that 2 Chainz is actually one half of the group Playaz Circle, a group that tasted a brief success with their street hit "Duffle Bag Boy" feat. Lil Wayne coming 5 years ago. So needless to say 2 Chainz has been around a lot longer than some people may think. The year 2012 has been a very productive year for the former DTP artist, being the hot collaborator for many of todays hottest artists, appearing on practically everybodies songs as well as releasing a large mass of mixtapes he finally dropped his major label debut Based on A T.R.U. story. When I listen to 2 Chainz my expectations of him as a rapper are pretty low. I would never expect high calibur lyricsm, or thought provoking storylines when he raps, however there is one thing that 2 Chainz does have that many other MC's lack, and that is charisma. 2 Chainz is a grown man at the age of 36, so whenever he speaks it feels authentic and it never sounds like he is trying to impress anybody. The only probably is 2 Chainz (to me anyways)doesn't really have anything interesting to say. His music is defined as Trap Muzik, a southern style of Hip Hop that relies on hard hitting bass and aggressive snares. This type of music is nothing new, however on this album it is a much more glossy and defined trap sound with a mix of pop and soul samples.

Based On A T.R.U. Story is an album compiled of radio singles, which is not a problem for its commercial purposes, but as an album this album doesn't express who 2 Chainz is as a person which is a real problem. All I got out of 2 Chainz is mainly drugs, women, money and violent activities which is what horribly stereotypes the genre of Hip Hop. Again, I do not hold 2 Chainz to a high standard, what I expected from him is pretty much what I recieved, so I wasn't surprised with how extremely derivative this album was compared to just about 70-80% of other southern hip hop artists. But what I do like about this album is that it does completely what its supposed to do and its not getting attached to words such as classic or album of the year because its not that kind of album, and its not trying to be. My personal favorites of the album is "No Lie" feat. Drake a great catchy song thanks to hook man Drizzy. "Birthday Song" feat. Kanye West, a pretty lengthy song with a nice hard beat with a repetitive hook but fun lyrics. The song with the best productions are probably "Stop Me Now" featuring his Playaz Circle half with a great soulful sample. The rest of the album is filled with the same chauvunistic crap that I hate about hip hop of today. However, Hip Hop doesn't always have to be super deep, or super lyrical, this album is fun and thats perfectly fine. If you like southern trap music with car bumping productions and catchy repetitive hooks than this album is perfect for you. As for me, this album is what it is and I cannot discredit 2 Chainz for his hardwork to getting where he is at , and if this is his art than good for him, but I probably will not look forward to another 2 Chainz album from here on out.
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HASH(0x93280a98) étoiles sur 5 IM WACK. 29 janvier 2013
Par WACKSTA - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Some of the production is good, lyrics are elementary, ignorant and wack. Save your money and your brain cells. Cant believe people would actually consider buying this crap.
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HASH(0x93280e64) étoiles sur 5 death of rap .25 stars just for the beats 30 septembre 2012
Par Chico Dusty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
this has to be by far the worst CD ive ever heard in my entire life. this guy makes waka and lil b sound like common and talib. I was optimistic about it so I decided to give it a chance, worst idea i ever had in my life then again what should you expect from a grown man who wears skinny leg jeans and uses the word cranack in his rhyme scheme plz for the love god do not buy or listen to this c"rap" if anything have a petition signed to have his vocal cords removed ....now im off to listen to some common, talib, and KRIT to wash the this ignorance from my mind
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HASH(0x93280f48) étoiles sur 5 the album blatantly sucks 6 octobre 2012
Par Dutch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
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Well wasn't this one a total displeasure and a general annoyance from all angles. There is a scarceness of substance, 2 Chainz is heavily annoying, and the production delivers nothing new. The production is handled by the typical names you would hear from the South, delivering heavily synthesized beats with heavy bass and slow tempo, ideal for clubs and such. The beats deliver a similar feel throughout, but in a repetitive way. 2 Chainz performs terribly with his annoying flow and his consistency in delivering lines that have minimal connection and generally barely make any sense. The content consists of money, swag, and bitches...and that is about it. The only thing I enjoyed was the quick hats on the production; the album blatantly sucks.
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