My take on Spitta’s new album The Stoned Immaculate.
1. What It Look Like (Feat. Wale)
The opening track doesnt exactly sound like one, since you dont here Spitta until after 2 minutes in. Not a terrible thing because Wale put it down as did Curren$y but this one sounds more for Wale then the Stoned Immaculate. Still a great song overall though.
2. Privacy Glass
This is a classic Spitta record. Smooth riding music about how lavish his life is.
3. Armoire (Feat. Yuong Roddy & Trademark)
This is one of the better Tracks in the first half of the album. Spitta opens in great fashion only as he can. The Chorus features his Fellow Jet life members. Its somewhat of a chant letting you know hes paid and will continue to get paid. I can dig it.
4. Take You There (Feat. Marsha Ambrosius)
This is another one of those Spitta tracks thats remenicent of sunny south beach scenery. The big voice of Marsha alongside some brass gives a nice contrast to curren$y’s smooth high class lines.
This song starts out as smooth as the last but as Spitta rhymes about his spoiler the beat drops down hard. This is definitely a sharp contrast to the slower track 4 but a great one at that.
6. Capitol (Feat. 2 Chainz)
This is a smooth Pimpin track. Spitta’s specialty and 2 Chainz side hustle. 2 Chainz follows the beat and raps one of his less hyped rhymes. It actually works pretty well for him.
7. No Squares (Feat. Wiz Khalifa)
Once again curren$y ups the tempo right after a smooth track but this time with Wiz on the side. “Battle ax rap” is the opening line and thats exactly what this track sounds like, triumphant and hard. Wiz writes one of his better verses (Closer to allderdice than to Rolling Papers). Needless to say this goes.
8.Sunroof (Feat. Corner Boy P)
This track is good but is no different from any other Jet Life feature track
9. Chasin Paper (Feat. Pharrell)
Its about an activity Spitta never seems to let us forget he partakes in. Pharrell sings the chorus and its drowned in Auto-Tune. I dont know whos idea that was but it takes away from the rest of the song, which is pretty damn ill.
10. That’s The Thing (Feat. Estelle)
An ode to the main squeezes out their. Spitta shows his softer side on this cut. Estelle Sounds out of place on the chorus but pulls it together for her own bridge/verse. Not my favorite track on the album.
Staying in the same vicinity of track number 10, Spitta tells the story of a few different love affairs that didn’t quite work. The Concept sounds wack but he does a nice job with the lyrics and the smooth chorus that really brings this one together.
12. Fast Cars, Faster Women (Feat. Daz)
The title really says it all. Daz and Curren$y rap about fast cars and faster women.
13. Jet Life (Feat. Big KRit & Wiz Khalifa)
I find it odd the song is called Jet Life but dosnt feature Jet Life members. But that dosnt stop Wiz and Krizzle from describing how they are Jet Life. Wiz’z verse on “No Squares” outshines this one but Krits chant (Dont miss this jet hoe!) will make you forget that as Spitta wraps up his album.
14. Audio Dope 3
I know all Curren$y fans are excited for this one and it does not dissapoint. The beat is a bit faster than its predicessor but the lyrics are just what they claim. Audio Dope.
15. One More Time
The beat goes own for over forty seconds until the rapping begins but it’s worth the wait. Why this is a bonus track is beyond me. This is a great song to just roll up to.
16. J.L.R. (Feat. Young Roddy & Smoke DZA)
Nothing wrong with making a song about your camp. Especially when its one like theirs. Young Roddy and DZA lend a pretty helpful hand to this track.
This album was not as good as I thought it was going to be. The content was a little dry even for Spitta and their weren’t many songs that really stood out. He gives you more of the same so it’s safe to say he wont be gaining too many new fans with this one. Not an improvement but by no means a decline either. That being said, I give it a 7.8/10 . Worth the buy if you are a fan.