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The King of Crunk & BME Recordings Present: Lil Scrappy


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The underground hip-hop phenomenon known as "crunk" has risen up from the streets of the Dirty South to take over mainstream America. Now the King of Crunk, Lil Jon (of platinumselling Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz) and BME Recordings introduce two new artists from the ATL, Trillville and Lil Scrappy. With Trillville's "Neva Eva" and Lil Scrappy's "Head Bussa" already street and club chants, the party is on with their debut album The King Of Crunk & BME Recordings Present: Trillville & Lil Scrappy. This album is being released with two covers to be filed under both Trillville and Lil Scrappy.

1. Crank It
2. What The F***
3. Head Bussa
4. Bootleg
5. No Problem
6. Dookie Love Public Service Announcement
7. F.I.L.A.
8. Crank Radio
9. Diamonds In My Pinky Ring
10. Be Real
11. Trillville Radio
12. Neva Eva
13. Get Some Crunk In Yo System
14. Goodbye
15. Weakest Link
16. Bathroom
17. Bitch Niggaz
18. Dookie Love
19. Some Cut
20. The Hood
See all 21 tracks on this disc

Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 24, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2004
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Reprise / Wea
  • ASIN: B0001977JC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #230,118 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Customer Reviews

I feel that this CD would be better without the numerous of skits which I am very disappointed on this CD.
Bill Roddriedriez Connor
Sometimes he seems like he has drifted off into the beat and on crunk tracks the rapper has to command the track.
Enlightened
The only reason I rate this compact disc album 2 stars rather than one is because the cover is very artistic.
Joey Atkins

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Stephen on May 25, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Heres how I rate it
LIL' SCRAPPY
1:Crank It-9/10 One of the best beats on here and its only an intro
2:What The F***-8/10 Tight song, beat doesn't progress until 30 sec or so
3:Head Bussa-10/10 Overall favorite song, Lil' Scrappy shows you what he can do w/ the mic
4:Bootleg-N/A Just a one time funny skit
5:No Problem-7/10 Beat doesn't start in a while, just started to show it on 106 and park and Rap City
6:Dookie Love-N/A Another skit
7:F.I.L.A.-8/10 Song Scrappy represents ATL w/, good lyrics
8:Crunk Radio-N/A Again with a skit
9:Diamonds On My Pinky Ring-6/10 song has yet to grow on me, but its okay
10:Be Real-4/10 don't like it enough to ever listen to it, but beat goes along with Scrappy perfectly
TRILLVILLE
11:Trillville Radio-N/A 4th skit here
12:Neva Eva-8/10 Trillville's only single so far
13:Get Some Crunk In Yo System-9/10 Awesome beat, Pastor Troy appears
14:Goodbye-N/A Another skit
15:Weakest Link-7/10 Good Song
16:Bathroom-N/A I've lost count of all the skits
17:Bitch Niggaz-7/10 Decent song
18:Dookie Love-N/A 50th or so skit
19:Some Cut-6/10 First part sounds like creeking, very annoying, songs get better later on though
20:The Hood-5/10 As Lil Jon says its supposed to be a song over Trillville's history, am I missin something?
21:Gone-10/10 Tillville best song, only 3 1/2 minutes though good beat
If It weren't for all the stupid trillville skits then this album could've looked at a 3 or 4 star rating, but buy it for Lil' Scrappys performance alone.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By BiolanteX on July 27, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Lil' Scrappy needs to find himself something called a flow. I guess this is a good record if you like to hear someone talking over super-generic, cornball production. Fortunately, I doubt his career or that of his affiliates and peers will last too much longer. I'll give it 2-3 years at most before these pseudo-MCs are never heard from again. Perhaps, one day the kids who gave this album 5 stars will learn about something called hip hop culture. Yes, lets all get crunk in the club. Too bad noone cops Tag Team's albums these days. This is disposable noise that will soon be forgotten forever.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bill Roddriedriez Connor on March 22, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Whomever is into the southern crunk music, this is the CD you need to cop out. This album is produced with some crunk by Lil' Jon, which he is really hot out of A.T.L.! This album has two different covers for Lil Scrappy and Trillville, which the sequence of the different covers are different, but the same songs are included.
Both artists has 10 different tracks fitted into one CD, which is a double album fitted into a whole one CD! I feel that this CD would be better without the numerous of skits which I am very disappointed on this CD. That is why I give 3 stars to this CD. And the other reason I give this CD 3 stars is that the production is tight, but the lyrical content of Trillville is lacking to me, it is just nothing but screaming, throughout some of his tracks. I think that Lil Scrappy has the tightest lyrical skills from the ATL! This CD is good for bumpin in your whips with a good boomin system and start a good party!
My favorite tracks on this CD is (1) "F.I.L.A. (Forever I Love Atlanta)," that track is crunk as hell!; (2)"Head Bussa," (3) "Get Some Crunk In Yo System (feat. Pastor Troy)," the title of the song speaks for itself!; and (4) "Neva Eva."
Go and cop this album if you are into that crunk southern style!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Enlightened on May 20, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Lil John is most known for his infectious beats and chants. To make this formula tolerable and memorable he has established rappers spit over his beats. Enter Lil Scrappy and Trillville. Trillville are nothing lyrically but some more hypemen for Lil John. Just think of another set of the Eastside Boyz. Lil Scrappy has moderate skills for the type of rapper he is. His rapping voice is not captivating enough for these lil Jon tracks. Sometimes he seems like he has drifted off into the beat and on crunk tracks the rapper has to command the track. He's a nice rapper, spits some tight lines throughout, but needs to work on his delivery.
With that said, on this double disc set Lil Scrappy easily drops the best side. Despite the tracklisting there are only six songs the rest are skits. Every song is ridin though. Headbussaz, Diamonds In My Pinky Ring, FILA (Forever I Love Atlanta), and What The? are all tightness. My favorite off the side though is 'No Problems' it just has a gangsta type beat.
Trillville's side isn't as tight even with their lyrical shortcomings. Get On My Level was an anthem in the A-Town. Get Some Crunk In Yo System is the only other tight fast song to me. Some Cut is a nice little laid back female number.
On the whole the album has way too many skits that are basically useless and not funny. The album also only serves one purpose and that's to get you hyped up to fight and get crunk; unlike Lil Jon albums that have a more varied approach. The rappers are also not captivating enough for me. But if you just need an energy album, or a bump in the ride album then this is right up your alley. Those looking for more should pass.
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