Afficial – Three Kings is a tight East Coast rap album with a tinge of that commercialized pop sound with modern upgraded production. The album has a collection of underground street bangers and mainstream radio hits. That’s why that album has that mainstream radio focus.
Ya’ll might have remembered the time when Afficial ripped the microphone in The Best Of The Booth on Rap City on BET back in the day. Afficial was DEFINITELY one of the greatest groups to be signed to the tank. S-Flames was the hardest with the bars and Yukon lit with the punchlines. They all brought different styles to their songs. Everyone knows Afficial are some straight head bustas. Ya heard me?
Afficial – Three Kings was supposed to be Afficial’s debut album that was supposed to have been released after Master P’s Ghetto Bill album. Afficial – Three Kings was supposed to have been released around March 2005. The album was supposed to be released on Koch Records and Universal Records. This was the album which was supposed to come out on the No Limit East sublabel. However this did not happen because Master P ended No Limit Records distribution with Universal Records in 2003. Afficial – Three Kings was part of No Limit Records catalog which was sold to Universal Records. That is what happened to the album.
Can’t Touch Us was originally Afficial’s song which ended up being used on Soulja Slim’s 2001 album Streets Made Me. The song served as the good ender on Soulja Slim’s 2001 album. Afficial shows off their hardcore versatile lyrics. Afficial definitely brings out the East Coast flavor into the song. S-Flames was the hardest with the bars and Yukon was lit with the punchlines. They all brought different styles to their songs. Everyone knows Afficial are some straight head bustas. Ya heard me? No Limit is the family. The army is strong.
Afficial wears Jordans and ride on 23’s (23 inch rims) on the truck while screened up (having tinted windows). Their chrome wheels on their truck feel like you are riding on ski’s. That is what the lyrics, “Chrome wheels it feel like you ridin’ on ski’s” mean.
Smoking that sticky green. Afficial is spazzed out with a spaced out look. That is why members of Afficial have that spazzed out look. You can catch them rolling in their Jaguar. Play hard, pop fly, and get bitches to jump rope is their motto. Game over is the law and their motto also. These little niggas ain’t ballin’ right. Afficial gotta call the plays out. Afficial flips shit up and turn dogs back to puppies. They sure is ugly.
S-Flames was the hardest with the bars. Read these lyrics of his.
The bigger the barrel is it’s harder to swallow
I gotta put you in the creek where the water is shallow
Afficial, game over is the law & the motto
Put it out for the bitches & the niggas to follow
Afficial brags about how they are living the good life with their good lavish lifestyle on the track My Life is Sweet.
Their life is sweet. You could tell by the Benz, the Beamers, and the Jeeps with big wheels and big grills which make them people say oooh-weee. Custom made Bentleys with TV’s and mink seats too. Afficial raps slowly up on the block with a gun and a package as they are putting in work in the streets and in the studio. All the product of speed to match Master P’s work ethic. See all these chicks wanna get with Afficial.
I thought I told you. The flow don’t stop. And it ain’t No Limit on the stage if the show don’t rock. There ain’t No Limit on the stage. You can still catch Afficial up in them clubs in that 2K3 Yukon sitting up on them dubs. When S-Flames gows to the lot, they call S-Flames Connect Four because he bought four cars with four doors. He spent another million dollars to put diamonds on the grill. He gets paid every month like child support. It’s real. While you cats come up slow like Lamborghini doors, you might see S-Flames in a Range Rover or a Porsche Lamborghini by himself or with the members of Afficial depending on the case or situation.
S-Flames lyrics are playful and whimsical here. Read his lyrics.
When I go to the lot, they call me Connect Four
Cause I bought four cars on the road, with four doors
Spend another mill, put diamonds on the grill
Push a button, and my gun pop out the steering wheel
It’s real, stack dough and make more
While you cats come up slow, like Lamborgini doors
You might see me in a Range, you might see me in a Porsche
I get paid every month, like child support
Yukon was lit with the punchlines in his lyrics. Read his lyrics.
You can still, catch me up in them clubs
In that 2K3 Yukon, sitting up on them dubs
Since they wanna know, about my whip
I’ma tell em like this, I got enough keys to start a dealership
Now how they think they floss toys
When we in places, so far from home they call us the Lost Boys
I rate this album 4/5****!