Boondocks is one of my favourite shows...and I don't think the show would be complete without the great and mostly offensive Uncle Rukus. So, with that said, here go some of my favourite Uncle Rukus moments and quotes...
'...the n*gga will lie, the n*gga will make excuses, he will use words he don't really know, if he gets really desperate he may start to rap or dance...'
'...oh yeah, there is powerful n*ggatry at work here...'
'Lee-Bron James, Allen Iverson...can I get a shoe named after a white man, PLEASE!'
Uncle Ruckus in Heaven, White Heaven
and one of the lost episodes where Uncle Ruckus gets his own reality show
I love nearly all the songs on this side, my faves being Smash Into You, Halo, Sattelites, Disappear and Ave Maria.
The second disc is quite disappointing considering the only good songs on it come up on the deluxe version.
Diva sounds like a reworked version of A Milli and Sweet Dreams is an old track previously called Beautiful Nightmare.
Skip to: Ego, Hello, Scared Of Lonely, Video Phone.
All in all, the album comes together really nicely, as I thought B'Day was kinda all over the place even though it had some good songs on there.
Bottomline is this, if you are a Beyonce fan, buy the album.
... and if you aren't, buy the album.
Why? I Am...Sasha Fierce is somewhat a departure from her previous sound and the vocals are seriously on point. Songs like Disappear, Smash Into You, Sattelites and Radio sound like nothing she's done before, and sometimes, change is good.
I Am...Sasha Fierce [Standard] and I Am...Sasha Fierce [Deluxe] are out NOW.