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EXPLICIT VERSION. Dem Franchize Boyz have a way of turning commentary on their lives into massive mainstream trends. For example, just note the vast impact their successful first single 'White Tees', which spawned the current street trend of sporting a simple white tee, and became a an urban anthem for the summer of 2004. Hot off the success of 'I Think They Like Me (Remix)', Dem Franchize Boyz are all set to release their second album. Parlae, who produced two tracks on the group's debut album, is confident that Dem Franchize Boyz' skills far exceed that of an urban fashion trend. Also joining Dem Franchize Boyz on their second album will be artists from Jermaine Dupri's So-So Def family (including Da Brat, Bow Wow, Slim, Young Capone, and JD). 2006.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. My Music (Featuring Bun B)
  2. I Think They Like Me Remix (Featuring Jermaine Dupri, Brat, Bow Wow)
  3. Ridin' Rims 4. Bricks
  4. The High (Featuring Jim Jones & Damon Dash)
  5. You Know What It Is
  6. Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It
  7. Freaky As She Wanna Be (Featuring Trey Songz)
  8. Stop Callin' Me
  9. Give Props
  10. Suckas Come & Try Me
  11. Don't Play With Me (Featuring Three 6 Mafia)
  12. They Don't Like That
  13. Bonus/Hidden Track: White T Remix Feat. Jermaine Dupri & The Kid Slim


Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 7, 2006)
  • Please Note: Requires SACD-compatible hardware
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Super Audio CD - DSD, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Virgin
  • ASIN: B000E3K3BY
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #359,119 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Norfeest VINE VOICE on February 15, 2006
Format: Audio CD
A lot of people are saying that this album is better than their 1st one. That's not saying much because their 1st album was terrible. There was only one direction they could go -- up. It's hard to imagine them doing worse than their first LP. I said this about the Young, Fly, & Flashy album, and the same applies here, so I'll say it again: When the hottest line on your entire album comes from Bow Wow, your album is in serious trouble. But let me balance that statement though. This isn't exactly one of those album you buy when you want lyrical gymnastics. This is simple, bass heavy, crunk music. It's effective in it's purpose, but it's totally generic (the recipe for most party songs). And some of these songs are just flat out horrible. "Stop Callin' Me" isn't only horrible, but it isn't about anything if you're paying attention to the wack lyrics DFB put on it (and whoever wrote the hook should be slapped). And who's idea was it to let Dame Dash (yeah, THAT Dame Dash) scream all over a song (Bricks 4 The High)? I want to know who the guy was that said "yeah, that's a good idea". Dame is doing what he does best, so he's not at fault.....I blame the idiot that put him on the song. "Suckas Come And Try Me" is probably the worst song to come out of the south since Drama dropped his album. And if you ask me, the "White Tee" remix was a step backward from the original. It would help if they could talk about something other than "haters", postin' up on the block (I swear they say that on the album at least 100 times), rims, jewelry, and weed. But expecting them to change up their sound would be silly on my part I guess. Besides, if people buy this, why should they change? That's another story though. In short, the album fails to seperate DFB from the pack.Read more ›
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Dem Franchize Boyz drifted around the ATL music scene and dropped a number of independent releases, but then their song "White Tee", while not necessarily becoming a major hit by Billboard standards, did give them some brief attention. But that's nothing compared to the popularity they've received thanks to their latest album, On Top of Our Game.

I personally don't see what the big deal is about this album. Before I listened to it, I thought I would be annoyed by all the snap music, but it turns out that the problem isn't necessarily the music itself, but the below-average lyrics that all four members of Dem Franchize Boyz put on wax. I never was that impressed by "I Think They Like Me" (an obvious single because it's censored), but the thing is, that's actually the best song on the album.

Many of the songs feature all-too-familiar subject matter, like cars ("Ridin' Rims"), bling-blingin' ("You Know What It Is"), and hardcore sex ("Freaky As She Wanna Be" -- and why does Trey Songz keep wasting his talent like this?). The choruses can get a little uncreative too: "Don't Play With Me" has "B, don't play with me" while "Stop Callin' Me" has "B, stop callin' me" (by the way, calling the latter song wack would be an understatement). And "They Don't Like That" makes me wonder if they were reading our minds.

The production also tends to get repetitive; when I heard "Suckas Come and Try Me", I felt like singing: "I think I think they like me!" And the remix of "White Tee" is unnecessary, especially because they mention their white tees in just about every song on here. I'm also starting to think my brother was right when he suggested that D4L and Dem Franchize Boyz are the same group.
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Ok I'll admit I'm white and I know this not real rap....How in the world did 90's g funk rap come to this crap...It show that to be a rapper nowday's doesnt take alot of talent come up with a hit....All you need is a club beat and some dumb lines like I got ice and I'm rollin on dubs and it will sell regardless....I know I cant really convince most people not to buy this mainly because most modern rap fans nowday's are between the ages of 10-16 and there used to pretty boy rap....If your like me like real rap about the streets and not the materialistic crap not most average people can't relate to stay away....Good rappers a re like brotha lynch hung,scareface,gangsta n.i.p.,celly cel,spice 1,yukmouth,crime boss,bone thugs real artist that rep the street not backstreet boys or 98% rap...So bascially rap sucks now and Ive move to different type of music....
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Another wack group to pop out of ATL

DFB are just as wack as D4L.

Plus this isnt crunk rap people. Its Snap rap, D4L are the same thing. They take really boring wack beats and spit wack rhymes over them. It takes no skill whatsoever.

Listen to some real
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A lot of people are saying that this album is better than their 1st one. That's not saying much because their 1st album was terrible. There was only one direction they could go -- up. It's hard to imagine them doing worse than their first LP. I said this about the Young, Fly, & Flashy album, and the same applies here, so I'll say it again: When the hottest line on your entire album comes from Bow Wow, your album is in serious trouble. But let me balance that statement though. This isn't exactly one of those album you buy when you want lyrical gymnastics. This is simple, bass heavy, crunk music. It's effective in it's purpose, but it's totally generic (the recipe for most party songs). And some of these songs are just flat out horrible. "Stop Callin' Me" isn't only horrible, but it isn't about anything if you're paying attention to the wack lyrics DFB put on it (and whoever wrote the hook should be slapped). And who's idea was it to let Dame Dash (yeah, THAT Dame Dash) scream all over a song (Bricks 4 The High)? I want to know who the guy was that said "yeah, that's a good idea". Dame is doing what he does best, so he's not at fault.....I blame the idiot that put him on the song. "Suckas Come And Try Me" is probably the worst song to come out of the south since Drama dropped his album. And if you ask me, the "White Tee" remix was a step backward from the original. It would help if they could talk about something other than "haters", postin' up on the block (I swear they say that on the album at least 100 times), rims, jewelry, and weed. But expecting them to change up their sound would be silly on my part I guess. Besides, if people buy this, why should they change? That's another story though. In short, the album fails to seperate DFB from the pack.Read more ›
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