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Flight 360: The Takeoff
     

Flight 360: The Takeoff

by Playaz Circle
 

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A significant step up from their debut, the Playaz Circle's sophomore release, Flight 360: The Takeoff, finds the longstanding -- although only recently recorded -- crew trading lines like they've been together for years, something missing the first time out. There's a long guest list -- ranging from OJ da Juiceman to

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A significant step up from their debut, the Playaz Circle's sophomore release, Flight 360: The Takeoff, finds the longstanding -- although only recently recorded -- crew trading lines like they've been together for years, something missing the first time out. There's a long guest list -- ranging from OJ da Juiceman to Ludacris -- which is a good thing since members Tity Boi and Dolla Boy aren't the most riveting rappers, but they're strong enough to avoid any hostile takeover. Even when an Auto-Tuned Lil Wayne appears on the highlight "Big Dawg," the duo is in command, and with "duffle bag" references being dropped frequently, there's no mistaking who's behind this players ball. The "like" punch lines may be in overabundance -- "I need cheese like nacho" arguably the worst -- and the production from Hurt, Aktual, the Casey Boys, and others doesn't flex the duo's Southern side like fans of the DTP label might hope, but it's hard to deny that this simple, entertaining album has highlights well into the fourth quarter. Actually, the Playaz often sound very East Coast, and seeing how they love "Z"s and keep their swagger chilled and smooth, Flight 360 suggests they are a 21st century update of the likeminded Sporty Thievz, which for most hip-hop fans is a very good thing.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/29/2009
Label:
Dtp Recordings
UPC:
0602517814172
catalogNumber:
001267901
Rank:
141340

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Performance Credits

Playaz Circle   Primary Artist
Tony Love   Guitar
Raymond Hinton   Guitar
Wonder Arillo   Keyboards
Ivory Weems   Vocals
Charles Dunlop   Vocals

Technical Credits

Alan Branch   Marketing
Jeff Dixon   Executive Producer
John Oates   Composer
W. Williams   Composer
Deborah Mannis-Gardner   Sample Clearance
A. Lee   Composer
Tombstone   Producer
Lil Wayne   Composer
T-Brown   Composer
Larry Love   Producer
Chaka Zulu   Executive Producer
Dawud West   Art Direction
Terrence Cash   Engineer
Trak Starz   Producer,Engineer
L.T. Moe   Producer
Wonder Arillo   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Finis "KY" White   Engineer
Graham Marsh   Engineer
Aktual   Producer
Yvonne Stevens   Composer
Antoinette Trotman   Music Business Affairs
Trouble Styles   Producer,Engineer
Royalty   Producer
Casey Boys   Producer
T-Gunnz   Producer
Tango   Engineer
T. Wyss   Composer
T. Lumpkins   Composer
S. Daughtery   Composer
O. Stevens   Composer
L. Woodson   Composer
Hurt   Producer
J. Tibbs   Composer
D. Wilinski   Composer
Crakk King   Producer
Clarence "Kage" Holmes   Producer
C. Jain   Composer
C. Holmes   Composer
C. Burges   Composer
Korleone   Producer
Kidz With Machine Gunz   Producer
T. Moore   Composer
T. Callaway   Composer
T. Epps   Composer
E. Conyers   Composer
Christopher Bridges   Composer
C. Woods   Composer
J. Blake   Composer
B. Wilson   Composer
B. Casey   Composer
Gabriel Arillo   Composer
O. Williams   Composer
S. Patterson   Composer
M. Blackmon   Composer
D. Hart   Composer

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