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Phinally Phamous (Chopped & Screwed)

Lil Wyte

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With a rapid mouth and an attitude that's straight-up crunk, Lil Wyte came out of nowhere, landed his "My Smoking Song" on every Southern mixtape that mattered, and ended up one of the flagship artists on the revitalized Asylum label. Not bad, and while mainstream rap fans won't find much to holler about here, crunk fans with a taste for underground beats will be supersatisfied. From start to finish, Phinally Phamous is hard, filled with street beats to make your head bob, and more fun than filling. Not that Lil Wyte can't make a point or two. He's just not a troubled soul like Eminem. He's more concerned with giving it raw and getting the party started, and Phinally Phamous does just that. "I Sho Will" is the monolithic kickoff single with rolling bass, a gripping chorus, and the right amount of punch to announce Wyte's arrival. "Static Addict" is a halfway successful attempt to keep the momentum going and the only time the album's party chants are standard issue. Not to worry, tracks like "I Did 'Em Wrong," "My Cutlass," and "Icy Whites Soljas" are so alive they're hard to resist if you have even the slightest taste for that brash and minimal sound from the South. Lil Wyte is one of crunk's greatest champions and even a major label can't make him stray from releasing a street-worthy album. Maybe it's the guest stars, all from Wyte's hood and all straight crunk. Maybe it's producers DJ Paul and Juicy J who work on all the tracks but still keep things fresh. Maybe it's that Lil Wyte couldn't do it any other way. He's crunk to the core and has delivered one of the genre's few great full-lengths. [Phinally Phamous was also made available in a clean version, with all explicit material removed.]

Biography

Born: 06 October 1982 in Memphis, TN

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

When the quick-rapping, crunk to the core Lil Wyte first came to the attention of the Three 6 Mafia it was with an all-white group of which Wyte was a member. The group fell apart but the Memphis-based Wyte was too skilled to be stopped. Three 6 Mafia members Juicy J and DJ Paul signed the under-21 rapper immediately after the group's disbanding and soon were working on his debut. Doubt Me Now appeared in 2003 and became a word-of-mouth hit among crunk and Southern rap's hardcore fans. Wyte's "Smoking...
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  • 13,99 €
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Dirty South, Rap
  • Released: 25 January 2005

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