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Jackpot [Explicit] Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics

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1. Jackpot Intro
2. He's Herre
3. Represent
4. Right Thurr
5. Jackpot The Pimp (Skit)
6. Wurrs My Cash
7. Chingy Jackpot
8. Sample Dat Ass
9. One Call Away
10. Dice Game (Skit)
11. Gettin' It
12. Holidae In
13. Juice
14. Fuck Dat Nigga (Skit)
15. Madd @ Me
16. Bagg Up
17. Right Thurr (Remix) (Bonus Track)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 15, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Capitol
  • ASIN: B00009WHRP
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (288 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #132,970 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By 209 on August 7, 2004
Format: Audio CD
People Don't Understand That HIP-HOP Is Being Destroyed By Bubble Gum, Fruity Cup Cake Rappers, You Are All LUCKY Tupac Isn't Here!!! Suburban Kids Honestly Don't Know Any Better, So What Do They Do? They Buy Into The Market/Publicity Schemes From The Industry, Which Typically Is The "We Are TRUE Gangsters, And We REALLY Came From The Streets Where We SOLD DOPE!" Type Of Image. Why Must We Rap About The SAME SH*T, All The Time! Money, Cars, Clothes, Weed, Alcohol, And Of Cousre Women! Oh And Then Of Course To Do A Song Just For The Ladies, Then Do A Few More About Thier Strory, How Bad That Had It And That's It, 14-17 Tracks, Thats What We Pay For!! 90 Percent Of These Rappers Wouldn't Exist If Tupac Was Here! All HIP-HOP Fans Need To Support Real Lyricists, TRUE Poetic, Philosophical, Revolutionary, Political MUSIC And NOT This HIP POP/POP HIP HOP!!! If It Wasn't For Nas, Jay-Z, DMX, And About 5 Other Artist, This "Culture" We Call HIP-HOP Would Be Completely Vanished, But Nevertheless It's Getting There!! Anyone Who Agrees Or Not, Let It Be KNOWN!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Fantastik on July 18, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Chingy, the newest MC from St. Louis, hometown of Nelly and the St. Lunatics, delivers his debut album on Disturbing Tha Peace Records, the label started by (until now) exclusively 'Dirty South' rapper Ludacris. While it's clear that Chingy has the ability to get the party started, that seems to be the only thing he's able to focus on without messing everything up.
"Jackpot" is almost entirely about women, and Chingy tries to be degrading and sensitive at the same time. "Sample Dat ..."really shouldn't be followed by "One Call Away". Anytime he tries to be the least bit serious, it comes off sounding stupid because of his odd voice. Fortunately, that doesn't happen often. You'll find that the best songs are the party/sex songs, and since that's what most of them are, Chingy gets at least 5 or 6 great tracks out of it.
"Right Thurr" and the remix are both real nice, and "Wurr's My Cash" a classy ... ballad comes off well. "Madd @ Me", "Sample Dat ...",and "Juice" are also worth listening to. The best track on the whole album is by far "Bagg Up" which allows Chingy to drop some surprisingly slick lyrics to a smooth beat.
In the end, "Jackpot" is an album you should come to if you're looking for some decent driving or partying music, but if you're looking for subject matter, steer clear.
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29 of 36 people found the following review helpful By K. J. Bryant on January 19, 2004
Format: Audio CD
...vomit. This album is awful. Not just awful, but DEADLY AWFUL with a capital A. When I tell you that this is the worst rap cd I have ever heard in my life, then trust me. I wish I could give this cd NO stars and I have never felt this way about any rap cd.Not even 50!! I can't even bring myself to talk about the songs. There is nothing original about these songs. They sound like an over-hyped production team who's name starts with a N (you know who I am talking about...check Kelis's cds). Plus Chingy has no rap skills. NONE!! I rather listen to Lil' Jon and the Eastside Boyz than this. I am glad I got this as a gift. I work hard for my money and I want quality when I buy something. This is NOT quality.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By john maxwell on June 11, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Well Chingy seems to think he is a pimp. These rappers don't have real game, understand. The women you see them with are gold-diggers, they were attracted to these rappers beecause of their wealth, not their charisma, there is a big difference. I know a few kids who wish they could be like these rappers and have all these women. Don't be fooled my friend. Chingy may think that he is a rapper, but he is being milked systematically by his "women". I'll tell you what game is, Chingy and your wannabe friends at DTP: Game is when you approach a women and you don't flaunt your money and she is attracted to you. Now you understand Chingy!
Oh by the way, this Cd sucks horribly. The man is destroying the youth of America with his horrible slang. " I like the way you do that right thurr!" how very profound Chingy! Any other philosophies to share? "I'm chillin at the Holidae inn!" Oh great Chingy, so instead of finding you reading a book, we can simply find you at the Holidae inn. What a great role model!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Pete on October 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Was he just tryna portray himself as a joke by putting this garbage out? Coz if he was, well congratulations, coz you've succeeded. This album is CRAP. He's unoriginal, jacking ideas for songs from other rappers, and he has NO talent WHATSOEVER. He can't rap, he has ridiculous pop beats that shouldnt even count as hip-hop, shhtty production, features more pathetic rappers, yet ppl actually take this guy seriously. What you hear on the radio is CRAP. jay-z, this guy, ja rule, eminem, 50 cent, g-unit, d12, lloyd banks, ETC., they all suck and have no talent. Don't support garbage like this, ppl think this is good because its the best """"hip hop"""" on the radio. ITS THE ONLY "HIP-HOP" ON THE RADIO! All the artists that i listed as garbage is pretty much all you hear on the radio. Listen to UNDERGROUND rap if u want some REAL hip hop. They have REAL beats, CAN rap, PROPER production, some sweet as collab's, and rappers i am talking about are ppl such as esham, dilated peoples, jurassic 5, EARLY nas (illmatic), wu-tang, krs-one, rakim, talib kweli, pharoahe monch, kool keith, chino xl, three 6 mafia, the d.o.c., natas, EARLY twista (NOT his new crap), canibus, styles of beyond, organized confusion, gangsta pat, dayton family, THERE i listed plenty for you to get, don't get this crap, start some of the REAL hip hop that i just listed, coz they have talent, and if u think this pop crap is good, then these rappers will totally blow you away! Make the change NOW.
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