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Ludacris--2, Bill O'Reilly--1. The dis is mightier than the sword, and Ludacris wastes no time berating Fox News pundit Bill O'Reilly (O'Reilly enticed Pepsi to cut Ludacris off their payroll citing his lyrical irresponsibility). On "Blow It Out," he taunts his conservative right-winged adversary with lines like, "…I'ma start my own beverage/it will calm your nerves/Pepsi, The New Generation/Blow it out ya ass." Likewise, on "Hoes In My Room," a slick souled-out collabo with Snoop, he wonders aloud who could have possibly let all of these revolting groupies into his room, post-concert. O'Reilly, who else? To Ludacris' credit, his third album is more sonically fluid and versatile than Word of Mouf. From the hypnotic first single "Stand Up" to the classy "Diamond in the Back" (yeah, we'll forgive him this time for utilizing that vastly overused William Devaughn sample) large chunks of the album are highly listenable…subject matter notwithstanding. By the second half of the album he goes full-on debauchery, flipping bushels of potty-mouthed rhymes in poor taste; "Teamwork" is his audio rendition of what a m nage a trois might feel and sound like, while on "Hip Hop Quotables" he spits about 64 bars with no hooks, once explaining why he can't find the right lady ("…a lot of y'all are more stuck up than tampons"). Yep, as with any Ludacris record, this one comes with a big phat caveat. If you're not down with the hoes and Heineken (please refer to one-half of album title), you might wanna cop this album and the new Jeru the Damaja for some balance. --Dalton Higgins

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Ludacris--2, Bill O'Reilly--1. The dis is mightier than the sword, and Ludacris wastes no time berating Fox News pundit Bill O'Reilly (O’Reilly enticed Pepsi to cut Ludacris off their payroll citing his lyrical irresponsibility). On "Blow It Out," he taunts his conservative right-winged adversary with lines like, "…I’ma start my own beverage/it will calm your nerves/Pepsi, The New Generation/Blow it out ya ass." Likewise, on "Hoes In My Room," a slick souled-out collabo with Snoop, he wonders aloud who could have possibly let all of these revolting groupies into his room, post-concert. O’Reilly, who else? To Ludacris’ credit, his third album is more sonically fluid and versatile than Word of Mouf. From the hypnotic first single "Stand Up" to the classy "Diamond in the Back" (yeah, we’ll forgive him this time for utilizing that vastly overused William Devaughn sample) large chunks of the album are highly listenable…subject matter notwithstanding. By the second half of the album he goes full-on debauchery, flipping bushels of potty-mouthed rhymes in poor taste; "Teamwork" is his audio rendition of what a ménage a trois might feel and sound like, while on "Hip Hop Quotables" he spits about 64 bars with no hooks, once explaining why he can’t find the right lady ("…a lot of y’all are more stuck up than tampons"). Yep, as with any Ludacris record, this one comes with a big phat caveat. If you're not down with the hoes and Heineken (please refer to one-half of album title), you might wanna cop this album and the new Jeru the Damaja for some balance. --Dalton Higgins


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  1. Southern Fried Intro [Explicit] 3:55$0.99  Buy MP3 
  2. Blow It Out [Explicit] 4:05$1.29  Buy MP3 
  3. Stand Up [feat. Shawnna] [Explicit] 3:33$0.99  Buy MP3 
  4. Rob Quarters Skit (Album Version (Explicit)) [Explicit] 1:04$0.99  Buy MP3 
  5. Splash Waterfalls [Explicit] 4:50$1.29  Buy MP3 
  6. Hard Times [feat. Carl Thomas] [Explicit] 5:15$0.69  Buy MP3 
  7. Diamond In The Back [Explicit] 4:12$1.29  Buy MP3 
  8. Screwed Up [feat. Lil' Flip] [Explicit] 4:52$1.29  Buy MP3 
  9. T Baggin ' Skit (Album Version (Explicit)) [Explicit]0:53$0.99  Buy MP3 
10. P-Poppin' [feat. Shawnna] [Explicit] 4:49$1.29  Buy MP3 
11. Hip Hop Quotables [Explicit] 3:09$0.99  Buy MP3 
12. Black Man's Struggle Skit (Album Version (Explicit)) [Explicit]0:35$0.99  Buy MP3 
13. Hoes In My Room [feat. Snoop Dogg] [Explicit] 4:40$0.99  Buy MP3 
14. Teamwork [Explicit] 3:46$0.99  Buy MP3 
15. Interactive Skit (Album Version (Explicit)) [Explicit] 1:03$0.99  Buy MP3 
16. We Got [feat. I-20] [Explicit] 4:21$0.99  Buy MP3 
17. Eyebrows Down [feat. Dolla Boy] [Explicit] 5:20$0.69  Buy MP3 

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 7, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Def Jam South
  • ASIN: B0000AQS1A
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (304 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,631 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By J. Highsmith on November 10, 2003
Format: Audio CD
After 2 solo offerings, (Back For The First Time and Word Of Mouf) and one CD with his crew DTP (Golden Grain), Luda is back with his 3rd solo disc, "Chicken And Beer". Kanye West and Luda produce the 1st single "Stand Up". This song is classic Luda and was the perfect choice to be the first single. If you haven't seen the video yet, you definitely need to watch BET or MTV 2 to try to watch it. "Chicken And Beer" starts out with the fast paced "Southern Fried Intro". Luda samples Isaac Hayes' "Walk On By" and gets his CD off to a good start. "Blow It Out" is produced by the same person who produced Nas' "Ether", Ron Browz. Luda always knows how to hook up the metaphors and he even has a little something for his adversary, Bill O' Reilly. The hook is nice and "Blow It Out" turns out to be one of the best songs on "Chicken And Beer". "Splash Waterfalls" is outright hilarious as Luda makes a whole song comparing line for line what the difference between a man that wants to make love with a woman and a man that wants to just have sex with a woman. You may think that this concept is stupid until Luda breaks it down for you. On "Hard Times" Eightball & MJG and Carl Thomas join Ludacris for one of the few serious songs on "Chicken And Beer". The combination definitely works as everyone breaks down how it wasn't always peaches and cream. Although the sample has been used quite frequently, Ludacris makes things work on "Diamond In The Back". Three 6 Mafia's DJ Paul and Juicy "J" produce the track and Luda has tight lyrics as usual. "Screwed Up" featuring Lil Flip pays tribute to DJ Screw, who was shot and killed. To anyone who doesn't know who DJ Screw is, he is well known for using a regular track and slowing the beat down and making mixtapes with the slowed down grooves.Read more ›
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Enlightened on October 26, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Ludacris, the ATL DJ turned rap phenomenon, drops his third highly anticipated album `Chicken & Beer'. After his earlier success with DTP leading the way on the 2 Fast 2 Furious soundtrack and the single `Act A Fool', Ludacris doesn't disappoint. Ludacris has the personality and charisma that makes him instantly likable. He has a different flow on each song and accentuates his WORDS to let you know he has confidence in his rhymes. And he should. Lyrically adept at talking about women and throwing game, and equally adept at dropping some fire for the underground. He was taken off the Pepsi contract earlier this year and one of his concerts was cancelled due to his `explicit lyrics'. He also had that surprise concert at Clark Atlanta University where they wouldn't let him curse. Eager to let out his anger, he bashes O'Reilly on several songs and has increased his tales about females.
You know Ludacris will get the clubs popping with anything he releases because he has so much energy. The Southern Fried Intro is just straight hotness. Ludacris gets with his double time flow on this and COMPLETELY RIPS IT. That's how you supposed to start off an album. Stand Up & P. Poppin (Luda used a House Party reference in there from Kid) are easily club bangers but other than that, there's not another club song. Surprisingly Ludacris laid it back a little on this album. These tracks are made for riding. `Hard Times' which features Eightball & MJG, Diamond In The Back ( which samples that William DeVaughn - Be Thankful ), Hip Hop Quotables (which screams Erick Sermon's signature style), and Teamwork are some chilled out tracks very different from anything Luda has previously done.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "ioliver82" on May 23, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Ludacris is, judging by the reviews on the page, not very well liked. If you look through these reviews you will see a ton saying things like "mainstream rap is horrible",or "Ludacris dosnt deserve to stand behind a mic". Ingnore these statments, along with those of people like Bill O'Reilly who labeled Luda's lyrics as "irresponsible", and talked Pepsi out of signing an endorsment deal with him. Ludacris is an excellent musical talent dispite what these Hip-hop hating reviewers say. That being said, onto the album.
This album is fire. Hot tracks begining to end. It is full of catchy beats and great MC-ing. If you dont like some of the songs the first time around, give them another few listens as they are sure to grow on you. (I only liked "Stand Up" & "We Got" my first time through) This album is a difinite BUY in my opinion, especially for a Ludacris fan. It is not as good as "Word of Mouf", but it is still a great album.
Tracks:
1. Southern Fried 4.5/5 (Single) Very fast rap. Great Intro
2. Blow It Out 4/5 (Single) Very Catchy Beat & Diss to Bill O'Rielly
3. Stand Up 4.5/5 (Lead Single) Great Beat by Kanye West
5.Splash Waterfalls 5/5 (Single) One of my favorites another extremely catchy beat
6. Hard Times [ft 8Ball,MJG,& Carl Thomas] 4/5 Love 8Balls verse
7. Diamond in the Back 2/5 Dont care for this one (Be Thankful sample)
8. Screwed Up [ft Lil Flip] 2/5 Worst Song.Thought it would be better cuz it has Flip
10. P-Poppin [ft Shwanna & Lil Fate] 3.5/5 Another catchy one
11. Hip Hop Quotables 3.5/5 Very Colorful Rhymes make this song the best lyrically
13. Hoes In My Room [ft Snoop Dogg]3/5 Halarios diss to Bill O'Rielly & Ugly hoes
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