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  • Audio CD (October 29, 1996)
  • Original Release Date: October 29, 1996
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Warner Bros Mod Afw
  • ASIN: B000002JAK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #276,016 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I'm Ah Hog
2. The Word
3. Y.B.B. Bomb
4. Game U Feenin 4
5. Mackin Is My Duty
6. Mac Dre (Game I'm Spittin)
7. That's What We Do
8. My Thang
9. Unda Da Trees
10. Off A Da Heezy
11. Reek Daddy
12. Pit Bull VIcious
13. Dubee, Mall & Sleep
14. Hair Shop Hoes

Editorial Reviews

Customer Reviews

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Khayree and Dubee put it down on this album.
K. Gaines
Its really too bad that in this day and age there are not many quality pieces of work such as this put out.
"hoopdogg85"
There is also a good balance of laidback and hard, upbeat songs that show his versatility.
ctrx

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Blair Lambert on July 1, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is by far the best rap album I have ever heard. Dubee's flows are so saucy and smooth, that it is a shame that a fellow like this hadn't blown up. Khayree's production is a great mix of tight, heated beats that are incredibly cool to kick back to. There are also tracks with Mac Dre and Reek Daddy rapping through most of them whic is cool. THere is also a track with Mac Mall, which if you like Mac Mall, is off the hook. This is the best party album in the world if you want to just sit back with some homies or ladies and chill. I have been looking, but still haven't found an album to top this one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kd on April 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The first time I heard this I knew it was one that I would have to keep safe and not f##k up quickly. The production is classic and my favourite beats of khayree. It was needed for your ride if you wanted to bump something. I used to love ''thats what we do'' and ''unda da trees'', but mostly the whole album was heating up the amp and shaking my brain. I like this album a lot and rate it high, and its definately one bay area classic aswell as many others there are out there. If you like khayree, or even heavy beats and cool flows, make sure you buy this and dont let it slide. Later!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. Gaines on May 2, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album is so under rated. Khayree and Dubee put it down on this album. I swear anything that Khayree puts his hands on will trun gold. Dubee comes tight with his own original style on his first album. You simply cant go wrong with this cd, or anything from young black brotha records. Make sure to check out Mac Dre(RIP), mac mall, young lay, and ray luv's albums on the ybb label. they are clasic!!!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D-locc$ta on September 5, 2004
Format: Audio CD
STR8 FIRE-chances are you probably have fond memories of the first time you were riden slumpin,smokin sum kill bud & somebody slapped this pimp $%it in...if not get up on it & make sure your properly baked off that cali right while sideways in a chev or cutty
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Dubee's debut album on Khayree's record label Young Black Brotha Records came just shortly after his label mate Young Lay's debut Black 'n Dangerous. I actually purchased both albums the same exact day, and heard this one after Young Lay's and thought it was a little better in comparison. The lyrics were no different, but his delivery and his choice of Khayree and Ferg's beats were just a hair better. The album vibes much better as well, as a listener would just sit back and chill while the album is playing, which is also great.

There are lots of standouts on here that I highly enjoyed. "Game U Feenin 4" is one of my favorites because Dubee's delivery coupled with Khayree bass bumping beat (see the beginning of the third verse) makes it well crafted. Another sick track is "My Thang", another track that vibes perfect. "Thats How We Do" hits listeners with a nice R&B chorus by Do Thangs. "Y.B.B. Bomb" has some dope guest appearances by Alf, and Juggy Jugg, and Shima. Mac Dre (who was recently released from prison) drops a solo track "Game I'm Spittin'" that is also excellent.

Dubee's debut is another recommendation I would recommend of fans of mid 90's Bay Area rap. The production here is on point as usual from Young Black Brotha Records and it vibes great. This album is just one of the great releases from YBB in the mid 90's and I highly recommend that you check out all of them. Peace.

Lyrics: B+
Production: A-
Guest Appearances: B
Musical Vibes: A

Top 5 Tracks:
1. Game U Feenin' 4
2. My Thang
3. That's What We Do
4. Dubee, Mall, & Sleep (featuring Mac Mall, and Sleep Dank)
5. Y.B.B. Bomb (featuring Alf, and Juggy Jugg)

Honorable Mention:
1. Reek Daddy (featuring Reek Daddy)
2. Game I'm Spittin' (featuring Mac Dre)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Soul Groove on January 25, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Sugawolf pimp comes tight on his first one. Khayree's unique beats bang one after another, and Dubee's lyrical delivery is nothin short but spectacular. Crestside has major talent, and homeboy is testament to it!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "lumptastic" on January 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD
seriously now, this is the best rap cd i have ever heard, and heres why, dubee, mac dre, mac mall, reek daddy, sleep dank, are all on it, i remember gettin my car and smokin we*d to "My Thang" and it still brings back memmories of those time, dubee's flows are just to put it blunt, sick, probably some of the best i have ever heard, i hate to say this, but i feel that he is better than Mac Dre. id tell u what the best songs are on this cd, but they are all the best, from track one " im a hog" all the way to "hair shop hoes" this just thumps, and it is probably the best party album ever to set the mood, and calm the crowd down, just take my advice on this one, you wont be dissapointed, its too bad that the guys from the crest arent as big as ludacris or cash money (which is B.S. rap cause all they talk about is cars, crystal, and women) dubee, mac dre, mac mall, and the rest of the rappers from the Crest have more skills than all the radio (studio gangseters) put to gether. so get this album, dont burn it, support these guys, and keep throwin up the 3 C's (for anyone who ones a mac dre cd or another dubee cd, u know what im talkin about)
CCC
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "anth3" on December 16, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Dubee is an extremely talented rapper representin the triple C's out of Vallejo. He has some of the tighest beats I have ever heard and backed with Khayree, this album is on fire. Most people have never heard of Dubee, so I love playing this in my car and people nod their head to one of the tight beats...and they don't even know who it is! This cd got 4 stars because Dubee talks about basically the same things in every song! But the beats are so tight that you don't even notice. And with a lot of other talent on the album (Mac Dre, Mac Mall and Reek Daddy) with the right marketing, this album could have easily gone two, three times platinum. It blew up in Vallejo and the Bay Area, but other than that, it was basically unheard of. Young Black Brotha Records(Dubees label) has a lot of talent out there, and they don't get the respect they deserve. The only people that fans know about from Vallejo is N2Deep, E-40 and B-legit. YBB's latest offerings are just as hot, so pick up this album and it will not leave your CD player for a long time.
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