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1. Freaky Gurl Remix
2. 16 Fever
3. 15 Minutes Past the Diamond
4. I Know Why
5. I Might Be
6. What I'm Talking About
7. Bird Flu
8. Drink It Straight
9. Jump the Line
10. G-Love (U Don't Love Me)
11. Stash House
12. I'm Cool
13. I Move Chickens
14. Ballers

Product Description

2007 release, the first major label release for Atlanta, GA's most controversial artist. While other rappers stress platinum plaques, Gucci hasn't forgotten the route he took to stardom and this album has something for everyone. He may be known for his controversy, but he's trying to gain respect as a songwriter and entertainer and he'll be bangin' them out till he can't bang no more! With the struggles of his past in his rearview mirror, Gucci is settled in for his ride to the top. 14 tracks including 'Freaky Gurl' (Remix) featuring Lil' Kim and Ludacris.

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Amazon.com: 7 reviews
Classic Gooch Sept. 28 2014
By Chaz Walton - Published on Amazon.com
Classic Gucci. If your a gucci fan, this is a must have. for others, may not be as much.
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Go Back to the Trap House April 9 2008
By Niko the Ruff Ryda - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This MC needs to go Back to the Trap House and bang out some of those mixtapes hits like "No Pad, No Pencil".
3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
All about the mighty dollar Dec 14 2007
By J. Evans - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I put it to you like this, it is hard and the beats will get play in the ride, but all he wants to talk about is how much money he got. I feel him, but I want to hear about the HOOD DOG...
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great order July 7 2013
By Jason John - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This was a great order with no flaws. It came early with no issues. I will order from this comapany again.
5 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Back To The Craphouse Dec 13 2007
By Nuisance - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
There's plenty of things wrong you could say about Gucci Mane. Let's start with the obvious. He really cant rap(although he's a lyrical genius in comparison to Toy Soulja Boy). He raps the same on every song(rappers who do this is asking for people to get tired of them) making it a chore to listen to him. He has no personality(he just drones on and on and on). Note to Gucci Mane: If people are accusing you of being a Jeezy clone, the last thing you need to do is to imitate anything that he is known for. Unfortunately, Jeezy Mane aka Young Gucci never got the memo because he uses the man's adlibs all over the album(you know how Jeezy says YEAAH on every track). There are about two songs that are decent on this album(dont get your hopes up). I Know Why feat Pimp C(RIP), Rich Boy and Blaze 1 is okay and even though I think that track is incredibly goofy, the Freaky Gurl remix feat Lil Kim and Ludacris is alright. I Might Be(feat Game and Shawnna) also known as Pillz is wack and even though The Game's verse was decent he could not save that track from being a bust and the hook by Shawnna is the dumbest hook I've heard all year. 16 Fever and Stash House have some dope beats to them but Gucci Mane's monotonous droning makes those tracks hard to enjoy. 15 Minutes Past The Diamond, Know What Im Talking Bout and Jump The Line are all wack. Trey Songz(he wonders why people sleep on him as a singer when he makes bad decisions like this?) shows up on the forgettable Drink It Straight. Letoya Luckett(WHAT IS SHE DOING HERE???) shows up on the terrible G-Love(U Dont Love Me) an obligatory player-who's-afraid-of-commitment type of track. The Nitti-produced Im Cool would clear the Soul Train. The last joint, Ballers(feat Shawnna) is a head-scratcher. Its sounds more like Shawnna feat Gucci Mane because she has two verses while Gucci has the second verse and the hook. The song was wack anyway. The worst song on here has to be Bird Flu. I take that back. I Move Chickens is the worst song on the album! Bird Flu comes in second. In short I suggest you skip this one(even if you feel Gucci Mane). He hasnt shown any improvement and this album comes off as another typical Gucci Mane album. Trust me, there is something more constructive you can do with 57 minutes of your time. Standout tracks: FREAKY GURL REMIX and I KNOW WHY.

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