|Studio album by Mims|
|Released||April 7, 2009|
|Genre||Hip hop, East Coast hip hop, rap rock|
|Producer||Blackout Movement, Jim Jonsin, The Kaliphat, Marco Bosco, Da Internz|
|The New York Times||(mixed)|
|The Smoking Section|||
Mims has stated that his song "Donkie Booty" featuring Trey Songz will not be on the album because it was leaked. Many other songs too leaked on Internet but it is not confirmed whether they were recorded for the album.
The song "Rock 'N Rollin'", produced by Jim Jonsin and featuring rapper Tech N9ne, sees the two rappers incorporate the names of several notable rock bands into their lyrics. Jake Paine of HipHopDX made a comparison, based on the concept, to GZA's "Labels", which incorporated hip hop imprints into its lyrics in a similar fashion.
The album debuted at #53 on the Billboard 200, selling 12,400 copies in its first week.
- "Guilt" - 2:31
- "The Skit" - 1:27
- "On & On" - 3:15
- "Love Rollercoaster" (featuring LeToya Luckett) - 3:55
- "Move (If You Wanna)" - 3:10
- "One Day" (featuring Ky-Mani Marley) - 3:45
- "Chasing Sunshine" (featuring KVN) - 3:14
- "Rock 'N Rollin'" (featuring Tech N9ne) - 3:56
- "Be My Hustla" (featuring J. Holiday) - 3:46
- "Makin' Money" - 4:01
- "In My Life (Why Oh Why)" - 3:49
- "One Last Kiss" (featuring Soler Mesh) - 4:09
- "Heal Me" (Outro) (featuring Soler Mesh) - 2:59
- "I Do" (featuring Nice & Smooth) - 4:14
- Mims – BaRock Star (Produced By Blackout Movement)
- "Mims Move If You Wanna [Prod. by Da Internz]". Tha Carter Cartel. Archived from the original on 2008-10-14.
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- Critic reviews at Metacritic
- Guilt (album) at AllMusic
- DJBooth.net review
- Entertainment Weekly review
- HipHopDX review
- The New York Times review
- Now review
- RapReviews review
- Rolling Stone review at the Wayback Machine (archived June 22, 2009)
- The Smoking Section review
- on YouTube
- MIMS - Move (If You Wanna) - Listen Now
- "MIMS - Exclusive Interview on Guilt Album". [freshly served] HipHop. Archived from the original on 2009-03-11.
- MIMS Talks "Rock N Rollin'" With Tech N9ne
- Jadakiss Debuts At No. 3, Sells Over 134K In First Week | XXLMAG.COM