Rotten Apple is the second CD from this 50 Cent comrade and is as tedious as an episode of Teletubbies — and nearly as simplistic. Sticking to the now-grating G Unit blueprint — sterile — beats wed to witless rhymes about shiny cars and big guns — Banks bombs on interchangeable tracks like ”Get Clapped” and ”Survival.” Guest verses from Southern MCs Young Buck and Scarface provide brief respites from Banks’ static growl, but they can’t save the disc. Bottom line: When hip-hop is reduced to cheap braggadocio and shameless urban exploitation, everybody loses.
Rotten Apple Rotten Apple is the second CD from this 50 Cent comrade and is as tedious as an episode of Teletubbies — and nearly as...Rotten AppleHip-Hop/Rap Rotten Apple is the second CD from this 50 Cent comrade and is as tedious as an episode of Teletubbies — and nearly as...2006-10-06
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: Lloyd Banks; Producer (group): Interscope
Posted January 17 2015 — 7:41 AM EST
- Casting Net: 'Revenge' star Emily VanCamp returns for 'Captain America: Civil War'
- Jennifer Love Hewitt not returning to 'Criminal Minds': EW exclusive
- 'Kevin Hart: What Now?' and 'Barbershop 3' given 2016 release dates
- 'Mindy Project' axed at Fox; hope at Hulu?
- 'Vampire Diaries': Julie Plec on how to make the perfect finale (when Nina Dobrev is leaving)
- 'Last Man Standing' replaces showrunner
- Free Comic Book Day: 15 superhero must-reads
- 'Pitch Perfect 2' costume designer's fashion notes
- Mourning after: Best TV episodes after a key character died
- NSYNC hair, revisited on 'It's Gonna Be May' meme day
- 'Outlander' sweats details so Lallybroch feels like home
- Chrissy & John, Reese Witherspoon, Charles Esten & More!