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I'm Serious Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Oct. 9 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Arista
  • ASIN: B00005PJB5
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #96,315 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Still Ain't Forgave Myself
3. Dope Boyz
4. What Happened?
5. You Ain't Hard
6. Why I'm Serious (Interlude)
7. I'm Serious
8. Do It
9. What's Yo Name
10. Hands Up
11. Chooz U
12. I Can't Be Your Man
13. Hotel
14. At The Bar
15. Heavy Chevys
16. Grand Royal
17. Outro
18. Bonus Track

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--This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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Format: Audio CD
T.I. King of Da South, He Still Serious. This album is a classic, even though it was his first world-wide album, other than underground mixtapes, "In Da Streetz Vol.1-3" It seemed as if he came out with one before, because it was just that good of a cd. He has proved himself to some that he has what it takes, and sooner or later his catchy southen voice everyone will know. This can be compared to Trap Muzik, cause they are both classics. T.I. is just that talented when it comes to music. Much luv from Houston, Texas always. This album is full of life. Not about how many cars he got, how much jewelery he wears, how many women he been with, just you laid back, club type, just ride music that is for sure to stay in you cd deck. I would rate this cd a 10 out of a 10. He has made an impact on myself as being my favorite hip-hop artist since this ablum came out and when I first seen the "I'm Serious" video only one time back in 2000. Go out and get the cd, he is definitely the new leader of the new south and Atlanta's Best.
P.S.C. What's Happenin'
Keep It Pimpin', Pimpin' And Be Easy.
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By Enlightened on April 21 2002
Format: Audio CD
T.I. is a tight rapper that only people from GA or the South ( in most cases) has heard of. His flow is sick and his country accent rivals that of Bubba Sparxxx. His lyrics are some of the better that come from the South; not quite spectacular but they are tight nonetheless. His beats are impressive though, with everyone from Organized Noize to The Neptunes contributing to this man's success. These producers realize the potential that T.I. has and they lend him some excellent tracks to rhyme over. PA ( Parental Advisory ) and Jazze Pha ( who's had success with Nappy Roots, Jim Crow, Too Short, Ludacris, Eightball & MJG and others ) also give him the star production that most underground rappers never see. He makes many references to many places in ATL like Campbellton Road, Old National, Bankhead, College Park etc. etc. and is really fun to hear him talk about places I know and have been. Props to T.I. for repping it right.
T.I. sounds far from an amateur on his debut album I'm Serious. His rhymes as mentioned before are tight as anyone's, and he has a superior dirty south flow. The voice is tight and he can flow fast or slow which means he doesn't use the same flow throughout the cd, which means a less boring listen. The production is off the hinges. The title song featuring Beenie Man, is a definite club banger, laced by the always-tight Neptunes. In fact this is one of the Neptunes best beats and Beenie Man delivers on the chorus. Whatz Yo Name also laced by the Neptunes, crafts a very soothing uncharacteristic beat from them that shows their versatility. T.I. rips up his verses as well. Jazze Pha laces Chooz U which is another one of his trademark futuristic riding beats. T.I. again shows his skills on this track; his storytelling is off the hook.
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I slept on this album four at least six months after it came out and I wished that I had not have because this album is one of the best Southern hip-hop albums that I have ever heard. This album is very solid. T.I. has the skills and charisma that it takes to make an album that you can listen to without skipping any tracks. He switches his flow and subject matter throughout the album, making it even more entertaining. My favorites are Still Ain't Forgave Myself, Dope Boyz, I'm Serious, Do It, Chooz U, Hotel and Heavy Chevyz. It's a shame that this album is widely unrecognized because T.I.'s skills are just as good as some of the "top" emcees and he could really blow if he were promoted and marketed right. I appreciate the way that he reps "Tha A" to the fullest and even if you aren't into Southern hip-hop, you should be able to feel this because the subject matter varies and his skills can't be denied.
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This is serious rap! With some of the producing done by the now famous Neptunes (Pharrel and umm that asian guy) and T.I.'s inherent skill to flow this is a top-notch album. But the other reviewers here are crazy. The absolute best tracks from this set are the dirty "What's Yo Name" along with the title track "I'm Serious" featuring Beenie Man (who has also rapped with the Fugees). I play these songs at work (where most people will change the CD if they don't like it, which generally restricts me to radio hits) and they like it. Why hasn't he blown up yet? I bet he is gunna blow up on his 2nd album then everyones gunna come back to I'm Serious and just be blown away that they slept thru it...
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It's like mixing Juvenile, Dungeon Family, Youngbloods, and nice lyrics you got T.I. He's probably one of the hottest in the south. Do It, i think is the hottest track on the album. The beat kinda sounds like that song Juvi did. Get it from ya Momma, but wit hotter lyrics. And a better chorus. Dope Boyz, I was feelin that. This kid got the skills. Hopefully he drops another album and grab his crown as King of the South. I'm Serious the first single was pretty tight. He kinda reminds me of a GQ southern version of Canibus. But not as lyrically potent as him. But he's almost up there. T.I. is serious. This is a "MUST GET". And I'm serious~!!
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