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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 6, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Koch Records
  • ASIN: B000091R4X
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,701 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Born N Raised
3. Gangstas
4. Grammy Family
5. Problem
6. Holla At Me
7. Addicted
8. Watch Out
9. Destroy You
10. Never Be Nothing Like Me
11. Candy Paint
12. MIA
13. Where You At
14. Still Fly
15. Dip Slide Ride Out
16. Movement
17. The Future Of Dade

Editorial Reviews

DJ Khaled is THE official voice of South Florida, dominating the airwaves with the #1 rated radio show in Miami. With the city on lock, this summer Fat Joe and the whole Terror Squad bring you the hottest DJ in the MIA - DJ Khaled, and the definitive album of the season, Listennn - The Album. With connections to everyone in the biz, Khaled decided to pull no punches for his KOCH debut. Need proof? How about production from hitmakers Kanye West, Cool & Dre, Mr. Collipark and DJ Khaled the Beat Novocane himself among others. Other artists featured on the album include: Fat Joe, Young Jeezy, Lil' Wayne, Baby, Freeway, Paul Wall, Bun B, Juelz Santana, Clipse, Akon, John Legend, Jadakiss, Twista, Pitbull, Slim Thug, Chamillionaire, Trick Daddy, Rick Ross and more!

Customer Reviews

The whole CD is lame, thank goodness I heard it from someone else since I would never spend a dime on this.
Jon Doe
If this is the stuff TS wants to put out there with their name, so be it, but its wack dont waste your money....only 2 good songs..not anywhere near good enough.
F. Auguste
And I think Khaled you need to produce more than 3 tracks for this to be your album (that's been a distrubing trend lately).
Bernard Payton

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on September 21, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Good Songs:Born N Raised,Holla At Me,Candy Paint,Grammy Family,Problem,Future Of Dade,Destroy You.

Bad Songs:The Movement(kinda so so),MIA(Wayne at his worst),Scrappy's Song(plain horrible,he could do better),Baby Song.

Dats my opinoin.Still a great Cd 4 stars.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Justin J. West on June 7, 2006
Format: Audio CD
OK, I LISTENNNNNNNNNNNNNING TO THE FREAKIN ALBUM AND IM WAITINGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG FOR A GOOD SONG. BASICALLY LIKE 4 SONGS WERE GOOD. THE REST WERE WACK. THE BEATS WERE OVERRATED. THE SINGLE AND LIKE THREE OTHERS WERE HOT BUT EVERYTHING ELSE WAS [...]. I WANT MY MONEY BACK. I SHOULD HAVE BOOTLEGGED THE ALBUM CAUSE THIS GUY [...].
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jon Doe on July 14, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This guy is so overrated. He has been in Miami ruining the radio with his wack mixes and constant screaming. If your from 305 you will know what I mean. Now he may have ruinded some MC's careers by adding them to his so called CD. Only the young bucks like him and its a shame because they are growing up listening to cr@p! The whole CD is lame, thank goodness I heard it from someone else since I would never spend a dime on this. How he got into TS is beyond me. I feel it's an insult to TS. They must have felt sorry for him. PLEASE DO NOT BUY THIS!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paul Targonski on August 4, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album is extremely creative with some pretty sick beats layed doen by DJ Khaled. Countless guest appearances make this album truly special and just enjoying to listen to. This album may not be one of the best of 2006 but it is definitely worth your money and you will not be disappointed.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bernard Payton on July 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Well I've heard my share of DJ mixtapes and albums but Miami native DJ Khaled has to be one of the most hyped ones in the mainstream with the success of his smash hit of "Holla At Me". Because of the success with that he decided to bring his other work in and squeeze it all into one album and encourages you all to quote on quote "Listennn!", but the reality is there's nothing special here.

Well I miswrote my title because Reviewer Constant was on point when he said this is in reality a mixtape with intros and tons of shoutouts. And I think Khaled you need to produce more than 3 tracks for this to be your album (that's been a distrubing trend lately). And there's too many songs with dope beats matched by boring lyrics and vice-versa.

I couldn't find anything dope on here and that includes "Holla At Me" because when you think about it it's your typical party joint that gets played in the club but no one is really talking about anything. Things are also a little too predictable like the laid back "Grammy Family" and "It's A Problem with Jadakiss and Beanie Sigel dropping sub-par lyrics. And there's too many recycled topics on here as you can tell from the song titles of Juelz Santana's cut "Addicted" and "Candy Paint" with Chamillonaire and Slim Thug. "Never Be Nothing Like Me" has a very dope beat, but unfortuantley Lil' Scrappy brings it down lyrically.

Things get interesting when speed rappers Bone-Thugs N Harmony and Twista team up for "Destroy You" but it's still skiappble. Baby still hasn't improved his rap style on "Still Fly" and just when I thought Lil Wayne could save the day he dissapointed me on "M.I.A." The only thing that's even worth listening too is "Dip Slide Ride Out" with T.I. shining over the laid back beat (along with his posses from P$C Big Kuntry and Young Dro), so I strongly encourage you to ignoreee this mess.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By F. Auguste on June 30, 2006
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If this is the stuff TS wants to put out there with their name, so be it, but its wack dont waste your money....only 2 good songs..not anywhere near good enough. The man spent who knows how long hyping this pos...no more respect for him. Miami lookin terrible if this mia finest.....lol
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nuisance on February 2, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Straight off the bat, DJ Khaled is the most overrated DJ in the world! He only got by on a few artists who were naive enough to big him up as a dope DJ. I've heard my share of bad DJ albums and this one has to be the worst. Born N Raised feat Pitbull, Trick Daddy and Rick Ross, Grammy Family feat Kanye West and Consequence and Problem feat Jadakiss and Beanie Sigel are the only songs worth mentioning on this album. These three tracks are the light in this dark tunnel. Holla At Me feat Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Paul Wall and Pitbull is straight garbage. You know its a problem when Paul Wall and Rick Ross have the best verse in a song. More filler would appear in the form of Candy Paint(feat Slim Thug, Trina and Chamillionaire), MIA(feat Lil Wayne), Watch out feat Styles P and Akon, Gangsta S***(feat Young Jeezy), Never Nothing Like Me(feat Lil Scrappy), The Future Of Dade County(feat Brisco) etc. Dip Slide Ride Out feat T.I and P$C is pretty much filler that was originally supposed to be on T.I's King album. Twista and Bone Thugs N Harmony deliver the most dissapointing collabo of all time called Destroy You. The rest of this album is too wack to even go into detail. Bottom Line: DJ Khaled's Listennn is the worst DJ album from the most overrated DJ of all time! When you only have three dope joints and vast amounts of filler on your album plus there is way too much hype around you then you're going to be rightfully labeled as overrated. This album substantiates that claim perfectly and proves that hype sells over quality any day. Standout Tracks: BORN N RAISED, GRAMMY FAMILY and PROBLEM.
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