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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B000CS43XA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,824,671 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Enlightened
This song never bore's me out, it just has the energetic feel to bump this song in your car all day, A+ on this one.
Amparo Acosta
I give this album 5 stars because of the good beats through-out the entire CD.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Enlightened on December 16, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Youngbloodz returns from a 3 year hiatus with Erybody Know Me. After two very successful albums and numerous guest appearances Youngbloodz have become southern stars in their own right; with distinct styles from Sean Paul and J-Bo, Youngbloodz brand of southern funk is a notch above the rest. Youngbloodz definitely delivers on Evrybody Know Me as it is one of the best albums of the year. The production on the cd is top notch as each song is ridin...handled by Scott Storch, Jazze Pha, Lil Jon, Mannie Fresh, Mr. Collipark, Daz Dillinger, Sanchez, Akon and others. J-Bo shows why he is one of the Dirty South's finest on this album...his flow and his lyrics are killin it, Sean Paul also shows why he is legendary in the south with his distinct voice and charisma on the mic. Every song is tight but my favorites have to be Presidential, Datz Me, Spending Some Change, It's Good, Summn Like A Pimp, and Play Your Position. The two best songs on here are Diamond Rings featuring west coast OG Daz Dillinger on the boards and an unforgettable chorus, and What Tha Biz featuring Mannie Fresh. Youngbloodz just ride that incredible beat both of their flows on the track are too tight..a classic. Overall Youngbloodz definitely deliver on this album and prove once again why they are one of the best groups in the South. Pick this album up ASAP! 5 stars.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mike on May 29, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This group continues to amaze me. Youngbloodz in my mind are a top duo in the rap game today. Pretty much every song on here is so catchy and the beats are off the hook. I just play this cd from the beginning and rarely paused or skipped a song. I didnt even pick up the phone when my granny called because i was so into it. I never even knew what the single was, to me all of them should be singles. My fav. if i had to pick would be Presidential remix, Ev'rybody Know Me, Grown Man, Sum'n Like A Pimp, and What The Bizz. If u havent already go cop this album ASAP. Overall I give this cd 5 bricketts.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on March 19, 2006
Format: Audio CD
You need this album in a terrible way! It beats the last album. This one contains more guest appearances than the last one. My favorite song is "Datz Me" feat. Young Buck (but why does da album say "feat. Young Buck of G-Unit"?) He is certainly a star at this point that we all know who he is. But anyways, you'll love this album when you buy it. Also catch the videos for "Presidental" and the new one "Chop Chop"/ "It's Good" feat. T-Boz of TLC. Also catch the video from their last album Damn" featuring Lil' Jon.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By AJ on December 15, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is a very good album if your looking for some good hitting beats.

This sounds and feels like one of those Atlanta albums.

Not the best album by Youngbloodz but ONE of the best. I give this album 5 stars because of the good beats through-out the entire CD.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Young-Blood on April 15, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Rite i'm from the UK and not many people round here have heard of the YoungbloodZ .......I ASK WHY!!! These guys are the best rap duo ever bar none (8Ball&MJG, UGK) Every song on this album can be listened to all the way through with no trouble at all, although i was kinda dissapointed that they didn't include "Another Level" on this album as they did on the pre-release one, The production on this is second to none, You can instantly tell the Jazze Pha and Lil Jon tracks straight away as they stand out a mile, the appearences from other artists as well is great, Young Buck and Shawty Putt especially, if i had to name a favourtie song it'd prob have to be Presidential, the amount of times i've listened to this track to cheer me up is mental lol, I'd reccommend ppl look for the version of presidential with lil jon in, as theres two versions of the original plus the remix, and from my point of view the one with the Lil Jon vocals is just a lil better.

Rite i know i've been going on a bit, and i know these guys only rap bowt "Cars, Money and Hoe's" BUT they do it in a way other rappers cant get away with, these guys aint bowt the beef, there bowt avin a damn gud time, and aint that what hip hops bowt?? overall a one-off album that i'd reccommend to anyone and everyone, BUY IT!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stratta-G on January 24, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Whoo. I just bought dat new youngbloodz album and i gotta say i am very well impressed. It sound so much better than their last album! Favorite songs on the album are "Spendin Some Change" & "Play Ur Position".. J'Bo iz the best one out of both of them. I was bumpin this in my car and when i heard the track with Lil Scrappy, i was like daaaammmnnnnnn. Anyways, go cop the cd, u won't be disappointed.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Rupert on August 9, 2007
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Although the YoungBloodZ always had skills, it appeared that their first album Against Da Grain didn't get much attention outside of Atlanta. But then they blew up EVERYWHERE after the Lil Jon-assisted "Damn" cracked the top five of the Billboard Hot 100. Still, the fate for their sophomore album Drankin' Patnaz was another example of how a song can climb to the top of the charts yet still no one buys the album (Terror Squad, anyone?). That was also another one of those albums where nothing really stood out other than the singles. But Ev'rybody Know Me is better...well, sort of.

The album starts off great with selections like the Scott Storch-produced "Chop Chop", "Datz Me" (with Young Buck) and the lead single, "Presidential". And for once, the necessary end-of-album remix of it sounds like its own song instead of essentially the same song with another guest rapper on the third verse or something. The title track is also rewindable.

But as soon as you get to track 7 ("What tha Biz (If I)"), things start going downhill. There are a lot of disposable tracks, like "Sum'n Like a Pimp" and the retarded "Grown Man". And as my brother said, "Haterproof" suffers from a lame chorus. Production also starts to get a little redundant: you can tell that Mannie Fresh produced the aforementioned "What tha Biz" because it sounds like a leftover Big Tymers song. And the ironically titled "It's Good" (with T-Boz) is bad enough already, but honestly, is "Wait" the only beat that Mr. Collipark knows how to do?

I'm surprised that many people don't own this album, especially considering that Sean Paul was all over every R&B song last year (but to be fair, he was on Cherish and Sammie's albums, and nobody has THOSE either).
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