Music Reviews

Sisqo

Return Of Dragon

Defsoul

Really amazing piece of absolute garbage. I expected a lot better, mainly good quality rap/hip-hop, judging from the hype. Instead, Return Of Dragon is a bloated collection of “e-rap.” “E” as in “ELEVATOR.” Yawn, yawn, yawn. This scrawny little turd mewls his way though twelve – TWELVE – boring songs about “relationship issues,” and some other stuff; apparently Mr. Sisqo is from Baltimore, Maryland, and because he is who he is, demands respect. Great, but dude, you forgot to add the beats.

And by the way, re: the enhanced CD – “Sorry not compatible with Macintosh systems,” well, Mr. Sisqo, it’s not compatible with me.

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