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Chicken And Beer [Bonus Tracks] [Australian Import] Import
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The album tracks are more "Outkast" style than Ludacris' typical flavour. There is emotion evident in the line up as well as some original Ludacris production which comes through heavy on "Stand Up", "P Poppin" and "Act a Fool". These three tracks however are the only ones that resemble anything Ludacris has previously done.
Every artist at a stage in their career experiments with their sound, and this is exactly what the Atlanta based rapper has done here. Out with the old, and in with the new type of funk that Luda has decided to present to his huge fan base. The album is not as a whole something that could be played whilst cruising down the high street rolling on chromes, but more a milestone in Hip Hop history. Its music contains elements of the full spectrum of this kind of music that is becoming increasingly popular with people everywhere.
I enjoy the album but its not at the top of my playlist.
Ludacris is rightly considered a top class rapper, but this album is let down by the weakness of the production and the "Distrubing Tha Peace" supporting cast. Recent single "Stand Up" was the only true class track, and it's unusual that I enjoy singles the most. There are a couple of other half-decent tracks: "Eyebrows Down" had a smooth autobiographical feel and "Splash Waterfalls" slowly grew on me, but overall there's nothing on this album to really create shockwaves.
On the basis of this offering, i totally agree that Ludacris is slowly becoming a great "featuring" artist; stunning with short breath-taking raps on other rappers' tracks but unable to produce really top stuff when he goes it alone.
His debut was recognised as bringing some much-needed quality and content to the Dirty South genre, and Chicken'n'Beer continues with that: combining traditional Southern hip-hop characteristics with some outside influences and Luda's own unique spin on things.
There's still a good slew of bass-heavy anthems: 'Blow It Out', 'Splash Waterfalls' and the thumpin' club banger 'Stand Up' keep the subwoofers pumping, while chilled joints like 'Hoes In My Room' and 'Diamond In The Back' slow things down.
Overall this is a good album, but not Luda's best.
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