Ex-Fugee Pras seems like a swell guy. On his second solo disc, Win, Lose, or Draw, he empathizes with immigrants (”For Love”), apologizes to an ex (”Mistakes”), and disavows the thug life. But the feel-good vibe can’t disguise the obvious: Pras’ flow is as exciting as C-SPAN. Add a reliance on trite sentiments, bland hooks, and the schlocky U2-inspired atrocity ”Haven’t Found,” and listeners will be begging for a Fugees reunion.
Win, Lose, or Draw Ex-Fugee Pras seems like a swell guy. On his second solo disc, Win, Lose, or Draw, he empathizes with immigrants (''For Love''),...Win, Lose, or DrawHip-Hop/Rap Ex-Fugee Pras seems like a swell guy. On his second solo disc, Win, Lose, or Draw, he empathizes with immigrants (''For Love''),...2005-08-15
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: Pras; Producer (group): Universal
Posted August 15 2005 — 12:00 AM EDT
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