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You are watching: Wiz khalifa prince of the city: welcome to pistolvania

TypeReleasedRYM RatingRanked category
ArtistWiz Khalifa
Mixtape
2005
2.80 / 5.00.5 from 63 ratings
#29 because that 2005

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Selfmonarch Jul 11 2007 4.00 stars
I obtained this album native a friend long prior to Wiz Khalifa started to acquire hot in the underground. Therefore I had never heard that him no one had any type of idea who he was. As soon as I later on learned that was just 18 i was a tiny shocked. Return the lyrics are a tiny on the linear style, his rhymes and delivery yes, really tear it up every time. From oh No! come the last track Life that a Hustla, the Wiz spews his lyrical wizardry forth and also lets everyone recognize he's the new prince in town. The to win are also enjoyable and leave me coming earlier for more. It's sad to think this, but for some factor I can only imagine Wiz Khalifa getting worse from here on out. Not worse together in bad, however subpar publication and/or albums that just don't complement up come this one. The only bad part about Prince the the City mixtape is "The Kid" big Mike aka an excellent Money who provides it a suggest to shoutout in the beginning of every solitary track after currently letting you understand of his presence during the Intro. After ~ a while the just ended up being laughable. His antics leave me scratching my head.
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Nodima Jul 20 2010 2.50 stars
Prince that the City: Welcome to Pistolvania 1|Intro|0:38 2 - 2.52|Oh No|3:16 4 - 4.53|The Realest (feat. Smallz Money)|4:10 3 - 3.54|Walk Wit Me|3:19 4.25 - 55|Thrown|3:36 3 - 3.56|Lay 'Em Down|3:44 2.5 - 37|53rd (feat. Kev da Hustla)|4:51 2 - 2.58|Do Sumtin'|3:51 39|We Don't require That (feat. Smallz Money & Kev da Hustla)|4:29 3 - 3.7510|Soldier (feat. Gene Stovall)|4:12 311|Testify|1:25 312|Niggaz Know|3:18 3 - 3.2513|What the Is|2:35 3.25 - 414|Me (feat. Kev da Hustla)|4:14 3.5 - 415|Get Away|1:05 3 - 3.7516|Self Titled|2:48 2.5 - 317|40 Bars|2:27 318|Real Niggaz (feat. Ekko)|3:57 319|Y'all Know|3:38 3.25 - 420|Life the a Hustla (feat. Kev da Hustla)|3:38 3 - 3.25Overall: 64 - 64.75 3.22/5 64 - 65%: Good; severe flaws; be WARNEDWhile plenty of the songs below are potential personified, an especially "Walk Wit Me", most of this is ingredient you could have heard indigenous anyone else at the time, and the production simply isn't very exciting. It's basic to see exactly how Khalifa was lost in a sea of Saigons and also Papooses because he wasn't native the City. That would have been exciting to carry more of his values right here over right into the pop style, however it's certainly fair come say he found a much more unique persona in his new format. Prince that the City is the kind of document nobody really makes anymore, and it absolutely gives Wiz' ago catalog a tiny cred. But beyond the new of hearing a gangster, overtly non-pop Khalifa man, Welcome to Pistolvania doesn't necessarily contribute anything unique or noteworthy to the hip-hop conversation. There's small to frown at, yet at 20 monitor it's exhausting (quickly) and also repetitive.
Lift_her_PLLR Nov 05 2009 3.00 stars
I'm just now beginning to watch someone here or there that knows of lord Khalifa's existence. I'm listening come this ~ hearing Prince of the City 2. What does the mean? nothing at all really. Yet I'm simply saying... This album is just as sick if not sicker. Khalifa is just 18 and also he's spittin' some of the ideal fire I've ever before heard. Hopefully he won't take the path that "Weezy F" is on. The would just be a shame! "you understand what i say, tell lock to store count you other niggas speak about: Lamborgini dreams, beach house wishes, to water bottles that champagne for my beach residence bitches"


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