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Review: Lil Ken – Str8 Out The Stable

Lil Ken – Str8 Out The Stable has some of the best freestyles and lyrical flows San Antonio rap has to offer. Str8 Out The Stable is the epitome of Southern rap in the early 2000s. Highlights on the album are Best Of Both Worlds, I Get High, Dead Wrong, and Yellow Bone Hoes. Now Lil Ken was in his prime when his debut album dropped because 3rd Degree Entertainment was already becoming a mainstay in Texas rap by that point. Str8 Out The Stable is considered to be a 210 classic! This album solidified his status in San Antonio rap history. Lil Ken is also Famous of Chamillitary Ent.

Best Of Both Worlds has some of the best punch lines and flows San Antonio rap has to offer. Lil Ken and Lil E step up to the plate to offer their best flows and cadence. Lil Ken wrecks the flows while Lil E is on the hooks while staying on beat. As usual Lil Ken wrecked that hoe.

Best Of Both Worlds has some sick ass punch lines too. Lil Ken uses is know for using some sick ass punch lines. Here are some examples below.

“Ya’ll niggaz got more problems than a college math book.”
“The train’s off the tracks/Starch in my slacks/Watching MTV Raps”
“I started rapping/My pockets started busting out the seams”.

Lil Ken proved haters wrong on I Get High as he did not fall off. The song serves as a bragging rights sort of track. Lil Ken is the best and that is no joke. Yes, Lil Ken put 210 on the map with this song.

Lil Ken stay doing what he is used to by not going out of the way to do anything unordinary. Lil Ken stays in his lane basically. “When I’m on the mic/It’s crucial/They say they love me/The feeling’s never mutual/I stay to what I’m used to/Pimpin’ pens and dropping tops”

The bragging rights are evident in his lyrics.

“I’m the throwdest and I’ll prove it”
“210’s most hated/I’m very underrated/We da best/I ain’t jokin’/If I had clippers you couldn’t fade it”
“When I’m on the mic/It’s crucial/They say they love me/The feeling’s never mutual”

20’s on the Lac is a David Banner-esque styled rap track where Southern rap meets screw music. Lil Ken takes the limelight on the song as a solo artist. The song is know for using a catchy chorus which goes “20’s on the Lac go ’round and ’round”. One of the most memorable verses of the song is “20’s on the Lac go ’round and ’round/Damn Gucci lens/pop trunk on 410/You know who it be Lil Ken”.

I rate this album 5/5*****!

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