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listen  1. Everybody Know Me (Explicit Album Version)Boyz N Da Hood 4:40$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  2. Intro-Bite Down/Bite Down (Explicit Album Version)Boyz N Da Hood 5:10$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  3. Say What's On Your Mind (Explicit Album Version)Boyz N Da Hood 4:33$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  4. Nothing Is Promised feat. Yung Joc (Explicit Album Version)Boyz N Da Hood feat. Yung Joc 5:18$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  5. We Ready feat. Yung Joc (Explicit Album Version)Boyz N Da Hood featuring Yung Joc 4:19$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  6. Choppa's feat. Ice Cube (Explicit Album Version)Boyz N Da Hood featuring Ice Cube 3:57$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  7. Block Boyz feat. T-Rok, Alfa Mega, Yung Joc & Durty (Explicit Album Version)Boyz N Da Hood feat. T-Rok, Alfa Mega, Yung Joc & Durty 4:24$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  8. We Ridin' (Explicit Album Version)Boyz N Da Hood 5:14$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  9. Paper feat. Rick Ross (Explicit Album Version)Boyz N Da Hood featuring Rick Ross 3:41$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen10. Back Up N Da Chevy (Explicit Album Version)Boyz N Da Hood 5:23$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen11. Table Dance feat. T-Pain (Explicit Album Version)Boyz N Da Hood featuring T-Pain 4:45$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen12. We Thuggin' (Explicit Album Version)Boyz N Da Hood 4:51$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen13. No Haters Allowed (Explicit Album Version)Boyz N Da Hood 4:50$0.99  Buy MP3 

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 2, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bad Boy
  • ASIN: B000OV14LO
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,168 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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When Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Ren, and Eazy-E (R.I.P.) brutally bum-rushed the scene almost two decades ago with cinematic street tales of guns, girls, and gangbanging, they filled a definite void in rap music, at a time when syrupy sweet hip-hop byproducts dominated the airwaves. Today, the Atlanta-based four-man ghetto mafia Boyz-N-Da-Hood pick up where their forerunners in street music left off. As the south's most dangerous group, Big Duke, Jody Breeze, Big Gee, and newest initiate Gorilla Zoe pull that same type of jack move on the industry, and with just as much attitude. Armed with full banana clips of head-banging beats and rhymes rough enough to slap the taste out of your mouth, they vividly reintroduce the rough and tumble traps of the A with the spring '07 release of their sophomore Block Entertainment/ Bad Boy South drive-by on wax, Back Up N Da Chevy. Fueling up with the runaway street single, G'd Up, they head back to the block atop mid-tempo production of low-pitched horns, a jumpy string section, and funkladen synthesizers.

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Rupert on November 7, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Even though I've never been a HUGE fan of Young Jeezy, he was still the standout member of the original incarnation of Boyz N Da Hood. But now that Jeezy is a solo star, his replacement is Gorilla Zoe, and he and the rest of the pack deliver Back Up N Da Chevy, which actually isn't half-bad.

Now, some people might have a problem listening to this album because one of the guys raps like he's battling strep throat, but there are still some decent enough tracks on here, like "Everybody Know Me" and the title track. Ice Cube also shows up to add some life to "Choppa'z", and "Block Boyz" is a nice track made even better by another show-stealing performance by Alfamega (could someone get him a deal, please?). The song also features T-Rock, who impresses as well.

I don't exactly understand why the intro is the second track; also, the song that it's coupled with, "Bite Down", has a pretty dull chorus (but so does "Nothing Is Promised"). And although Bad Boy South labelmate Yung Joc doesn't really add much to that song, he sounds surprisingly good on the following track, "We Ready". But "We Ridin'" is extremely hard to follow (especially the second verse). And the obligatory freaky-girl track "Table Dance" not only features an off-key hook from T-Pain, but it also begins with: "You know we had to do somethin' for the hoes, right?" Ahhhh, how sentimental.

Everything else is okay except for the fact that the Boyz spend much of their time responding to haters. Although Back Up N Da Chevy is better than I expected, you should still borrow it first.

Anthony Rupert
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Romping, buffoonish and brash, the sophomore Back Up N Da Chevy by Young Jeezy's Boyz N Da Hood group under P. Diddy's Bad Boy South label division, was likely found on the side of the road dying shortly after it came out. Dumbed down electronic beats and shallow lyricism about street gangsterism make for a real copy cat of a by-that-time fatigued genre of rap: gangsta pop, or gangsta rap pop. Of its best examples, Back Up N Da Chevy makes the glorification of street crime look that much more disgustingly romantic in the eyes of rap audiences' most low brow Hoi Polloi. There is the basic structure of hip hop music here, and the group did give mediocre rapper Gorilla Zoe his beginnings, but ultimately and sadly, Back Up N Da Chevy is so stupidly derivative and minstrelsy that it almost set the rap culture back when it came out. The reason this album gets even one star is because the guys do put in some effort to rhyme and make a presence, but that is about it. They are not horrible rappers, actually ok in spots, but the problem is they sold out for a gangsta marketing gimmick. Good luck enjoying this second helping of hip hop gruel by Boyz N Da Hood.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Nuisance on October 24, 2007
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I'll admit that I liked the first Boyz N Da Hood album. Big Duke and Big Gee were on point most of the album, Jeezy was alright on there and Jody Breeze sucked. This time aroung Jeezy is replaced by Gorrila Zoe, a guy who sounds like Hitman Sammy Samm with strep throat. So much so that you cant make out what he is saying sometimes not to mention that he kind of took Jody Breeze's spot as the weak link(Jody might give Gorrilla Zoe a run for his money). The problem with this album is that even though most of the production is not bad, the songs sounded like they were put together on the spot. Case in point with their first single Everybody Know Me. The song sounds like it was done in five minutes. No its not bad but its sounds rushed. Yung Joc makes three appearances on here but two of the songs he appeared on are actually one of the better cuts(scary isnt it?). Nothing Is Promised has him as featured guest but he doesnt really rap, he just does adlibs on the hook. Block Boyz(feat T-Rok, Alfa Mega, Yung Joc & Durty) could easily be the best song on here. Ice Cube shows up on Choppa's and he kills it plus the song doesnt have Jody or Zoe on it so you know that's a big plus. Paper is alright but it could do without the weak appearance by Rick Ross. The title track is also one of the better cuts on the album and We Thuggin is cool. But for every track like the laid back We Thuggin there's tracks that sound they were rushed Like Say What's On Your Mind, We Ridin, We Ready(feat Yung Joc) and Everybody Know Me. Ever had problems with friends and family members that abuse drugs? Put on Bite Down(a cheesy ode to pills) and they will not only quit drugs but they will also swear off the club scene. 100% guaranteed. Bite Down could easily have been the worst track on the album but naw.Read more ›
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shady's back... on June 25, 2008
Format: Audio CD
This release from Bad Boy records really surpassed some of the other f*g junk being released nowadays (Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, Hurricane Chris, Plies). While seemingly weaker than their 1st BOYZ N DA HOOD and other stronger shi*t coming out from the A-town, it's an album meant for crack cocaine dealers and people from the streets of DOWN SOUFFF YA HERD ME!!!!!!!

Cameos include Yung Joc, Ice Cube, T-Pain, Rick Ross, and many more...

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1.) Table Dance feat. T-Pain
2.) Everybody Know Me
3.) We Thuggin'
4.) Bite Down
5.) We Ready feat. Yung Joc
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