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2 Chainz B.o.a.t.s 2 Me Time Zip [WORK]

In 2012, after 2 Chainz has completed his concert tour, in support of his debut album Based on a T.R.U. Story (2012), he would head back to the studio to begin working on his second album. In November 2012, Epps revealed, that he was three songs deep into his second studio album. The album's estimated turn into the label date, which was set to be released in April 2013.[1][2] In February 2013, while 2 Chainz and Pharrell Williams were recording for his first single, titled "Feds Watching", Epps announced that he was halfway completed with his second album.[3] On May 23, 2013, 2 Chainz announced that he was no longer doing any features for the time being, and his second studio album will be released on September 10, 2013.[4] On June 15, Epps announced the title as B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time.[5] "B.O.A.T.S." is a backronym for "Based on a T.R.U. Story".[6]

2 Chainz B.o.a.t.s 2 Me Time Zip

2 Chainz told MTV, when speaking about the inspiration behind the album: "Every time somebody wants to have some "me time" or whatever, this is the type of vibe, this is the type of project [to listen to]. I'm putting together different sounds to make people be like, this is about me. Me and my people, this is our time."[7] Epps told DJ Self from Power 105.1, speaking about the album is, "all about showing growth and maturation. It's supposed to be better than the last time.... a new way of life, I wanted to show progression on this album I wanted to show prosperity."[8]

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For anyone who hasn't heard all of the buzz surrounding this album, it is important to know that this is not simply another 2 Chainz project, it's actually more or less a joint album with Lil Wayne. Wayne is featured on eight of the thirteen tracks but the project is officially being released as a 2 Chainz solo album (this could very well have to do with the Lil Wayne vs. Cash Money dispute).Although an album featuring these two artists coming together to make music is exciting and somewhat interesting in theory, there are a few factors that make it unappetizing upon the first listen. And the second. And the ninth. The first factor is plain and simply that Wayne is not nearly the rapper he used to be. This isn't "Dedication 3" Wayne, "Tha Carter" I through III Wayne, or even "I Am Not a Human Being" Wayne. This is a Wayne listeners have come to know over the past few years through several lackluster and disappointing projects. This is "Tha Carter IV" Wayne, "I Am Not a Human Being II" Wayne, and "Free Weezy Album" Wayne. Even some of the most devoted fans have shook their heads at the prolonged slump Lil Wayne has fallen into, and that slump continues into "Collegrove." To put it simply and frankly, Wayne (for the most part) just doesn't get the job done like he used to.The second factor is 2 Chainz' abilities as a rapper in general. Although Chainz has had notable verses at times (such as his feature on G.O.O.D. Music's "Mercy"), he is generally a rather underwhelming artist. Many fans will disagree with this statement, but when you give his hit albums such as "Based On a T.R.U. Story" and "B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time" a good, hard and thorough listen they fail to impress on lyrical, technical and cohesive levels. While the general talent and abilities of Chainz can be debated, it's hard to make a good case for his performance on "Collegrove." The third and final of the main factors bringing "Collegrove" down is the fact that despite the poor work of both Wayne and Chainz on this project, they do in fact have chemistry, yet they fail to utilize it. This is where the more in depth analysis begins. The highlight song of the album, "Bounce," features the two artists feeding off each other verse by verse in a display of lyrical dexterity we haven't seen from either of them as of late. In the first verse Wayne declares, "All of us bastards, our mothers queens and our women dancers" cleverly not long before he passes the mic on to Chainz who states, "I'm really rappin', I'm finger snappin', I'm pistol packin'." He says this rightfully so, for on this track both rappers are really spitting. No, their lyrics are not all particularly in depth in this song, but their flow is rapid and on point with solid rhyme schemes.

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2 Chainz also announced that the album can be expected in stores on June 16, just in time for the summer. Watch the full video of the announcement featuring appearances from Pharrell and Drake.


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