Wild Atlanta rappers D-Roc and Kaine try to change things up by bringing Wyclef Jean into the fold, but their fifth LP, Chemically Imbalanced, is just another batch of strip-club-ready anthems. Despite its hilarious title, ”1st Booty on Duty” poorly recycles the hushed beat from the Ying Yang Twins’ hit ”Wait (The Whisper Song).” And ill-advised distorted guitars give ”Water” and ”Dangerous” a ghastly rap-rock feel. After eight years of lewdness, this pair seem bored — as if they’ve seen one pole dance too many. We’re bored too.
Chemically Imbalanced Wild Atlanta rappers D-Roc and Kaine try to change things up by bringing Wyclef Jean into the fold, but their fifth LP, Chemically ImbalancedChemically ImbalancedHip-Hop/Rap Wild Atlanta rappers D-Roc and Kaine try to change things up by bringing Wyclef Jean into the fold, but their fifth LP, Chemically Imbalanced2006-12-15
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Release Date Wide: 11/27/2002
Posted December 15 2006 — 12:00 AM EST
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