Redemption has everything you expect from a rap album: guns, girls, guests – and potshots at Eminem. ”Call My Name” is Benzino’s ode to his masculinity; so is ”Gangsta’s Touch,” though the headline-hunting rapper brandishes his harem as opposed to his arsenal. The cameo list runs from a slumming Jadakiss and Scarface to unknowns like Lisa Raye. There’s no reason why you shouldn’t pop Redemption into the CD changer. There’s also no reason why you should.
Redemption Redemption has everything you expect from a rap album: guns, girls, guests -- and potshots at Eminem. ''Call My Name'' is Benzino's ode to his...Redemption Redemption has everything you expect from a rap album: guns, girls, guests -- and potshots at Eminem. ''Call My Name'' is Benzino's ode to his...2003-02-07
Lead Performer: Benzino; Producer (group): Elektra
Posted February 7 2003 — 12:00 AM EST
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