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Dead Flowerz
July 6, 2019
8:23 am
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alright, there's a lot of good Esham albums, but This one stands out to me... hella

this shit is insane...

everything about this album is Fresh, let me break it down for ya'll.

What? - that quick fuck an intro spoken word sets it off. Then GODDAMN a dope ass wicked voodoo beat, it kind of reminded me of Bone, and i think E might even say some Bone inspired lyrics, call it a diss? maybe... but i think that's purely speculation

You Better ask somebody - Detroit Pimp Shit. when I bump this song... I'm feelin Like O-Dog from Menace II Society! i get my groove on... hustler shit, gettin money shit, ridin' shit... I Love it cuzz I always used to love bumpin this song when i was ridin' from city 2 city... when you have a Car / truck / whatever you drive, it's just dope to Bump this while ridin'... and it's funky so it gets you in that special type of wicket shit detroit groove, you feel like you're ridin' shot-gun with Esham rolling around the streets of Detroit slangin' crack rocks

Tony Montana - Esham kickin that gangsta shit - simple and blunt - Detroit rappers to me, have always been a little more hardcore than the rest of the East... (i know it's considered mid-west but Hey I just feel like Esham Has a west coast influence and to me, and maybe me only, it influences his Mid-West East Coast style, and then Anybody Killa with Hollow Point haha just makes this song so much better

Kill Or Be Killed - Love the Simple Beat with The 70's / Funk - shit's raw, to me this is Esham's answer to Wu-Tang... this song is One of the Best, the story, the beat, Mother-fuckin Dice On The Chorus... fuck the police, kill or be killed

What Did I Do Wrong - This is when you remember you're listening to ACID RAP, 'cause Esham just kicks some sick shit, this song is exactly what you would expect from a Dope Hardcore Rapper... I Really feel like Esham came with the Acid Rap shit on this, and it has a dark vibe from the beat, it's kind of hypnotizing, E's lyrics are real and dark and he just goes fuckin' off... i get this vibe that he's a Dope Dealing acid dropping Gangsta that got the Eastside of Detroit Sewed up and he's nationwide and this is just some crazy ass acid rap, haha yeah it's just a fresh ass cool song, with wicked lyrics, and it's kind of long too so that adds on it the wickedness of the lyrics and hypnotizing dark beat.

Food Stamp - I LOVE THIS SONG, however, I feel like i've heard the beat before, it's too simple, but yet at the same time it's probably just me trippin', 'cause i know i've heard this album so many goddamn fucking timez, that the beat is probably just me trippin'... but the song works, the lyrics go with the beat... it's like the beat seems more familiar but when i listen to the lyrics i'm like Oh yeah! THIS SONG! haha i love this song, all the lyrics seem so familiar. I kind of get a more hardcore Detroit version of E-40 on this, But that's just for the average hip hop, to me it's Esham, pure Dead Flowerz era Esham.

any style you want -

Very dope song!!! positive vibes, playa song, i dig it, i'll listen to this and then mack on some hoes, this is a straight up G-funk, D-Funk (detroit funk!) pimp song... good vibes for sure

Killagram - this is good example that Gangsta Rap and Horrorcore Can go good together and to me, GOD DAMN IT! it's beautiful, That Acid Rap Shit, That Suicidalist Shit, That Esham the Unholy shit with great production!, the production on this album is off the Hook! it's Fucking Really good, And this is one of those songs that the average hip hop fan would probably get lost on and maybe skip but nah fuck that, not me, I want to hear this... then Esham's brother Dead Boy getting on the track for a little bit Talking shit, this song is just relentlessness. and The steady wickedness and gangsterism of the lyrics in the flow is appreciated. I love this song, it's a Good song for sure, not the best on the album, but a very appreciated Dope cut.

One Day - Everyone know's this is one of the Best songs on the album, so i'll just say that, And it's One of Esham's best songs, hell yeah just listen to this, it's too dope to review... "Jehovah's witness witnessed me takin' care of business... So I shot him on my front Porch", I took their bibles and burned them..."  man, you gotta appreciate The Unholy, Esham was at his prime!

Fried Chicken - I think this album is Esham at one of the most Gangster times of his life, he just kept shit so G, the Dark East Coast horrorcore sound mixed with the West Coast gangster flow, Esham had that shit but It was his own style, it was Like for me, I Knew Esham was one of the inventors of Horrorcore so hearing him rap like this on this kind of fast funky beat, it was just Golden! it was Detroit Gangster Pimp shit. and I love it

Because - I feel like Esham got influenced by Wu-Tang Clan a little bit, this song makes me Think Esham had just got done listening to Wu-Tang Clan and Compton's Most Wanted and created a great song... the Story is fresh as fuck... like I said, Detroit! this is that Mid-West sound at it's best... and to be honest I Love the Drug Dealer raps, i love that shit Haha , it's kind of like west coast g-funk meets 90's east coast hip hop.

Black Orchid - Esham's dope hoe - funky ass Detroit pimp shit, Esham kickin' that playa hustler pimp shit, it's kind of like a smooth ass Detroit version of Too Short. Pimp a stupid bitch and get some money and feel great while you bump this! haha (through out Esham's career He gives props to other rappers and I noticed He recited a Eazy-E Lyric in this song, which i thought was fresh!

Trick Wit Me - Hella Pimp Shit, I love this beat, I feel like with this song Esham takes the Pimp sex rap to another level, at this point in the album, if you're down with Esham, he's gonna teach you How to Make money from simple minded hoes. And The Beat is that hella smooth G-funk shit straight from Detroit, i feel a mid-west east coast g-funk vibe if that makes sense, deffinitely on that Good Vibe make money fuck a bitch type of song, it's Groovy, I feel like If Samuel L. Jackson ever stars in a total gritty 70's pimp gangster movie, this song might be on in the background

If I Can't Have You - Love this song... Dope flow about Esham jealous of A bitch cheatin', kind of a Wicked mesmerizing G-funk beat, and then Damn... Esham found Eazy-E Fucking his bitch Raw... haha! i remember seeing footage of him on youtube explaining the lyrics before he performed the song saying it's He Loves Eazy-E and it's giving him props, not dissing, I always knew that, but i think it's cool he felt the need to explain it and give Eazy Props!

Hold U Up - Damn when I listen to this, I feel like i'm dating my old girlfriend Haha! I can really relate to the vibe of the song... you know Going Crazy while you're in a realtionship, it's real. the Beat is so fucking Smooth and just so g-funk but at the same time gritty with that smooth female vocal r&b chorus... You deffinitely get that 90's vibe and the thoughts of Loving your girl and the chaotic crazyness of all that

U AIN'T FRESH - HELL YEAH! one of my favorite songs on the album... to me, this is Esham's answer to bitch ass TLC's "no scrubs", fuck them bitches... Man I Love Funk, 80's funk, r&b funk, soul funk, but especially Hip Hop funk, Gangster rap g-funk, and this song to me straight up to me has the Dope 80's Hip Hop vibe with somethin' just too funky to describe, it's funkalistic and pimptastic with wicked ass detroit style funkadelic hip hop flows... it's kind of a revenge song and a FEEL GOOD type of song, i feel awesome when i listen to this... ya know, it's like a Fuck a Bitch, fuck you bitch, U Ain't Fresh!

Charlie Manson - ESHAM doin' what he does best... acid rap, horror-gangster shit

Silicone - Easily one of Esham's best songs ever, this is probably in my top 5 Esham songs of all time, so enough said... it's really one of the best Esham songs, just Dark Gangsta Funk, real gangster fuck you ruthless wicked shit acid rap... to me this is Real Hip Hop

WIT YO PUNK AZZ - This another Example of Why Esham's Dope Hoe, this is some more HARDCORE RAW SHIT mixed WITH FUNKY PIMP GANGSTA SHIT - Esham and Dice Goddamn they killed it! could you imagine if Esham & Dice formed a group together, that shit would of been wig flippin! Dope east coast style flows over a old school funk beat...i

i realize i probably fucked up on the track list order and maybe skipped a couple songs but I Love this album, to me, it's Not Only One of Esham's best albums ever, i think a juggalo classic, at least in the circle of Los i was kicking with growin up, the Production is top-notch crisp and clean... there's a lot of crazy lyrics and story raps, hardcore heavy horror dark beats mixed with Funk and gangster ass lyrics... yeah this is definitely The Wicked Shit at it's height, you know what i'm sayin'

this almost reminds me of a Death Row Records album, or one of Eazy-E's underground Ruthless Records homies, or just west coast album, but it still has that Gritty Raw Detroit city sound. Esham really stepped his game up and put it the fuck down for Dead Flowerz.

are there any videos from this album?

Whoop Whoop, SPANGE :

Carnivalkilla44, Reverend Kane
July 6, 2019
8:41 am
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Yo keep these reviews up man. Honestly your posts are one of the few things that interest me on this site anymore. You're not on any bullshit.

No videos for this album from what I could find. You know E made some though. Just never released...


July 6, 2019
9:15 am
Old Mr Dangerous
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The very first CD-R that I made back in like 2000 was a mix of Twiztid... "Dead Flowerz" was the second. What a unique sounding album. The lyrics that stuck out the first time were when Esham talks about shooting someone up at a McDonald's drive-thru even with his wife and kid in the car. That shit may be fabricated but it made me and my brother be like "damn!". 

That Tony Montana beat.. I remember when ABK used it for a track on "Hatchet Warrior". I was like "I know that beat!" Starting to make connections as a youngin lol.

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