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2009 album from the New Orleans rapper. On 'Always Strapped', the first single (produced by Mr. Beatz), Birdman sets off the ultimate hustler's soundtrack with a relentless mix of sneering rock guitars, jabbing horns, driving 808 drums and plenty of vintage Cash Money braggadocio. The song 'I'm Back' is propelled by a dark futuristic beat. 'Uptown S**t' finds Birdman giving love to his Big Easy 'hood over a sparse synch attack produced by Lil Wayne. On 'What That Is,' Birdman recruits multi-platinum superstar T-Pain, while legendary producer Timbaland unleashes a bluesy percussive sound clash on the dramatic 'Written On It,' featuring Cash Money newest signee, British crooner Jay Sean, The current smash 'Money To Blow' features multi -Grammy award winning Lil Wayne and superstar new comer Drake.

About the Artist

Following three critically and commercially acclaimed albums -- Birdman (2002), Fast Money (2005), and 5 Stunna (2007) -- and a dual-effort with Lil Wayne, 2006's Like Father, Like Son, Birdman has shown tremendous growth on the mic, which is an ironic feat for the executive-turned-artist who never claimed to be an MC.

When it comes to the business of music, Birdman is better known as Cash Money Records Co-CEO Bryan "Baby" Williams. Since founding the label in 1991 with his brother Ronald "Slim" Williams, they've lived up to their name by selling over 30 million records. Rising from humble beginnings in New Orleans, Cash Money has become synonymous with star-studded stunning. In the wake of 2005's Hurricane Katrina, Baby and Slim relocated Cash Money's base of operations from New Orleans to Miami, where they mobilized Lil Wayne to be the top selling artist of 2008. Indeed, they've created the blueprint for flipping adversity to come out on top.

Music is both the foundation and the soundtrack of the Cash Money empire, and Birdman's albums project his way of life -- gems, ink, cars, and fanciful homes. But his omniscient, all-knowing tone appeals to the masses. As the stakes continue rise, Birdman responds by flying higher and remaining an authority on the game, loyalty, and keeping it in the family business.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Southside - featuring Lil Wayne
  2. Everything I do - featuring Lil Wayne
  3. Money To Make - featuring Rick Ross
  4. Priceless - featuring Lil Wayne
  5. Get Money - featuring Allstar & Yo Gotti
  6. Written On Her - featuring Jay Sean
  7. Be So Hard - featuring Kevin Rudolph
  8. What Dat Iz - featuring T Pain
  9. Money To Blow - featuring Drake & Lil Wayne
  10. Bring It Back - featuring Lil Wayne
  11. Always Strapped - featuring Lil Wayne
  12. I Want It All - featuring K. Rudolph & Lil Wayne


Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 23, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: November 23, 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Cash Money Records
  • ASIN: B002BW7A12
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #102,278 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By L. Harry on December 25, 2009
Format: Audio CD
I brought this CD guessing it would be a banger but disappointed as usual. The only reason his CD sold was because of the guest appearance. Because if Baby was on this CD by himself this sh!% would be garbage. It's like come on guy we know what the hell you own how much money you make but do you have to say it in every song. It gets real annoying after awhile. He might as well stick to producing and leave the rapping to Lil Wayne. The bad part about it I'm from La and he's garbage straight up.
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You just got the lyrics to every song on this CD !!! There's several really good tracks with great 5-star beats, and luckily I'm more of a "melody" listener than a "lyrics" type, but come on dude... Birdman says money every other word on the whole album. No joke! Stop talking about the stuff you have. Nobody cares. Obviously Birdman has some issues he's compensating for, or he's just the most materialistic rapper alive (which says a lot cuz).

A rich man doesn't have to tell you he's rich...
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By a on March 19, 2012
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Seriously, this is not anywhere near a good album in my opinion. I think Money to Blow is the best song, and the rest are meh. The "money money money......." review on here hit the nail on the head. I heard Money to Blow on Pandora, bought the album, and regret it. I really need to stress you listen to the previews to all the songs before buying. The arrogance gets overwhelming after about 3 songs.
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By Alexis on February 12, 2010
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The first time I listened to this album I hated it and thought it was garbage. But for whatever reason on a road trip I played it again and it sounded a little better. Played it again and it was a little better. Lil' Wayne is featured through out and his performances are OK. A few of the songs are good, of course Money to Blow with Drake, and This is my 9 to 5 with Lil' Kim and Nikki Minaj. I think I'm starting to like it, but the lyrics are garbage (money, cash, furs, cars, etc.), it's mostly for the beats and the vibe.
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If your a cash money fan this album is a must have in your collection which features a ton of good songs to listen too as well as it comes with bonus songs in this deluxe edition.Priceless is just album that just send a strong message to everyone that live life to the fullest and have fun.Whether your spending money or not just live life because its priceless.Enjoy this album and support the artist and buy it!!
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I BELIEVE BIRDMAN IS THE REASON FOR ALL THE GREAT HIP HOP MUSIC THERE IS IN THE WORLD TODAY........HE WORKS WITH EVERYBODY AND I BELIEVE HE MAKES HIP HOP BETTER...........I HOPE HE COMES OUT WITH HIS OWN CD BIGGER THAN LIFE SOON BECAUSE I BELIEVE HIS SONGS KEEP GETTING STRONGER AND BETTER.........I LIKE THE FACT THAT HE RAPS ABOUT HIS RICHES.........WHAT IS THE POINT OF BEING RICH IF YOU CAN'T BRAG ABOUT IT.........KEEP THE HOT ACTS AND HOT HITS COMING AND GOOD LUCK.......
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The cd sounds good, quite a few songs have really food beats. I've never been one to listen to rap for the actual words. I have a lot of Jeezy purely because a lot of his songs have good beats. I think Rick Ross has consistently put out the best albums in the last 5 years or so. Birdman isn't a great rapper but there are other guys on the album that save it. If you like good sounding songs and don't pay much attention to the words, then pick this up, you'll probably like it.
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Let me start by saying that this is a pretty good CD, and by no means do I regret buying it. The only reason it gets only 3 stars is because Birdman himself has completely run out of stuff to say, and is totally outshined by every guest appearance on the album (with the exception of Kevin Rudolph, WTF were they thinking?!) Weezy, as always has some clever and memorable verses, Drake has some hot verses, plus some good guest spots by Rick Ross, Yo Gotti, and Gucci Mane. All that adds up to a pretty good CD, it's just such a shame that Birdman did not spit a single memorable verse, probably not even a single line worth highlighting. Every song is about money, literally. Im not one these anti-rap @ssholes that says that about every CD, in fact, I think there's tons of good rap out there right now in both the mainstream and underground, but all of Baby's verses sound the same on here, it's as far from groundbreaking as you can possibly get, and it's become more than obvious that Baby is just riding on Wayne's wave of success.
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