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Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz ~ Put Yo Hood Up
The world according to Atlanta-based DJ Lil Jon and his merry band of Eastside Boyz is one of sexually charged dance floors, masculine aggression, and 'nuff bass frequency. Bringing more heat than the cover's burning Confederate flag, the rowdy repetition and call and response on Lil Jon's Put Yo Hood Up are simple yet contagious. Like most southern DJs, Jon isn't much for rapping, but there are plenty of guests to handle mic duty: Too $hort, Ludacris, Kilo Ali, Goodie Mob's Khujo, Three 6 Mafia, and, interestingly, Brooklyn's own M.O.P. What Jon and the boyz do know are bounce-driven catchphrases--"Who U Wit," "Where Dem Girls At," "Bounce Dat" ("Bounce to the beat while you touch your feet!")--that would wear out most aerobics instructors. But with stripper anthems like "Nasty Girl" and "Live at the Blue Flame," the boyz are fixin' to work up a sweat in a whole new way. --'EL Juba
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Here's a track by track run-down.
1)Yall Ain't Ready (intro) - (n/a) - Nothin too special.
2)Uhh Ohh (featuring Khujo of the Goodie Mob & Bo Hagon) - (10/10) - Good track to start off the album. It has a good beat and hook by Bo Hagon. Everyone drops good verses and I'm not dissapointed.
3)Put Yo Hood Up - (9/10) - Everyone's heard it. It's got a great beat and hook. The only problem is there's no rapping on this song.
4)Bia Bia - (11/10) - 2nd straight single in a row. The beat is great and the hook gets your adrenaline pumpin. Ludacris, Chyna Whyte, & $hort Dogg (Too $hort) drop great verses on the Lil Jon beat. It's perfect.
5)Bia Bia Check-In (skit) - (n/a) - Boring.
6)Who U Wit - (6/10) - Dumb song with an actual dumb Lil Jon beat.
7)Let My N**ts Go (featuring Too $hort, Quint Black, & the Nation Riders) - (10/10) - Great song with a laid back beat. Too $hort, Quint Black, & the Nation Riders drop great verses to go along with the hook. Lil Jon has a more upbeat verse that makes the song that much better.
8)Move B***h (featuring Three 6 Mafia, Gangsta Boo, YoungBloodZ, Chyna Whyte, & Don Yute) - (10/10) - Everyone drops amazing verses to go along with the great part of Lil Jon's hook. You already know it's gonna be good with these guests.
9)Heads Off (My N****s)(featuring M.O.P.) - (12/10) - The Best track on the album. The intro is one of the best I've heard and gets you pumped up for the rest of the song. M.O.P. drops great verses on a great beat. I can listen to this song over & over & over...
10)Sexlude (skit) - (n/a) - Pretty funny.
11)Can't Stop Pimpin (featuring 8-Ball, MJG, & Oobie) - (10/10) - At first, I didn't like this song and I don't know why. Now, I love it. 8-Ball & MJG drop good verses and a great hook and singing by Oobie (surprise). Listen to it again if you don't like it at first.
12)Bounce Dat (featuring Chyna Whyte) - (8/10) - Nothin too special. The beat is good but it can get very boring.
13)Nothin's Free (featuring Oobie) - (8/10) - Okay song but it just seems worse when Lil Jon puts it on Kings of Crunk as well as Put Yo Hood Up.
14)Searcylude (skit) - (n/a) - Dumb. Pointless.
15)Where Dem Girlz At (featuring Sky) - (9/10) - This song has a good beat that's similar to the one of Uhh Ohh (track #2). The hook is good and I like it.
16)I Like Dem Girlz (featuring Jazze Pha) - (8/10) - The best part about this song is that you can follow along with Lil Jon's verses and hear what he likes about dem girlz. Jazze Pha doesn't add much to the track.
17)Nasty Girl (featuring Oobie) - (7/10) - Probably one of the worst song on the album. It gets really boring after the first listen.
18)DJ Hershey Live At The Blue Flamelude (skit) - (n/a) - OK skit.
19)Go Shawty Go (featuring Kilo Ali) - (9/10) - The beat is good and you can follow along with the hook. It's a solid track.
20)Outro Chynalude (featuring Chyna Whyte) - (8/10) - It's a skit turned into a normal song. Chyna Whyte drops some of her best rhymes but it's only 2:23 long.
21)Bia Bia 2 (featuring Too $hort & Chyna Whyte) - (10/10) - It's got the same beat as the first one. In fact, it's pretty much the same song. The only difference is Ludacris isn't featured and doesn't have a verse, there isn't an intro like the first one did, & Too $hort, Lil Jon, & Chyna Whyte have different verses. It's still a great track.
Top 10 (not in order):
1)Heads Off (My N****s)
4)Let My N**s Go
5)Bia Bia 2
6)Put Yo Hood Up
7)Can't Stop Pimpin
9)Where Dem Girlz At
10)I Like Dem Girlz
Thanks to this buffoon,whose not that important anymore in the year 2009,we have retards doing the same crap that he started.LOL... Kinda sad,that lil jon thought Dave Chappelle was making a friendly joke about him in actuality, Dave was making fun of him of how much of a dumbass he is.
P.S Don't support this scumbag called Lil Jon!
This explains Lil' Jon and the Eastside Boys.
My crazy friend Andy let me borrow me it and I was exposed
to something that,as I said,wasn't my personailty,yet I enjoyed
Now,let me get some things across:I know my hip hop,I once
lived in Atlanta(where I got exposed to a lot of dirty rap
and booty-shaking bass music-which I loved as well),and Lil' Jon's "Bia Bia" was one of the songs that got stuck in my head
the most this year.
But honestly,crunk-hop wasn't something that I was eager
to listen to,recently.But they may be changing ever since
I listened to Lil' Jon's new album,"Put Yo' Hood Up".
Of course my song "Bia Bia" gets a warm reception(the album
version is better arranged and just better-sounding than the
video version).But the busy title track and "Who U Wit" are
among my other favorites as well as the dirty "Let My N**ts Go"
(featuring the always wholesome Too Short-that was meant to be
Southern rap may be booming right now.With artists as
diverse as the artsy OutKast to the frantic Mystikal and Petey
Pablo to the comical Ludacris,the Dirty South is the new
hip hop mecca.And Lil' Jon is a just another intresting
face in the multi-facted South.
(and no their not racist at all. One of the reviewers gave the cd one star just because of the cover... which is plain old childish)
Most recent customer reviews
1.yall aint ready 7/10
wasn`t the best intro
2. uh oh 8/10
good beat but kinda boring.