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Album Review

In the two years since his debut album, the now 20-year-old Hurricane Chris has done some growing up, but you wouldn’t say he’s matured. Unleashed is a Dirty South party record that’s nasty as it wants to be, with plenty of bedroom bragging and booty worship. Fans expecting a fairly clean follow-up to his breakthrough hit “A Bay Bay” instead get the extra horny "Headboard," which steals a couple good ideas from Lil Wayne’s “Mrs. Officer” while adding special guest Plies for that street authenticity. Better still is the more Southern-fried “Halle Berry (She’s Fine),” with Dallas-based production team Play-N-Skillz bringing that ratchet beat as Chris imagines the Dirty South dream girl with “Even though she’s got class/She listen to UGK.” Some of his insults are fun too, as “I’m Back” gives up “I spit the hard lyrics/That make the listeners bite down/And to me you sound like a woman/You need a nightgown,” but this pimp from Shreveport sounds best when swaggering and rarely steps out of his comfort zone. Knowing this makes for a limited listen, the executive producers stop the track count at ten, giving hip-hop hedonists just what they paid for with none of that tedious “and then some.”

Biography

Born: 1989 in Shreveport, LA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Rapping since he was just nine years old, Shreveport, LA's Hurricane Chris burst onto the national scene in 2007 with his catchy single "A Bay Bay." After gaining some local attention with his indie singles "Ya Hear Me" and "Yep" along with some mixtape appearances, Hurricane Chris caught local legend DJ Hollyhood Bay Bay being welcomed at a club with the audience chanting "Hey Bay Bay!" Hollyhood was a leader of Shreveport's ratchet movement — Shreveport's version of crunk or hyphy —...
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