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Too Hood 2 Be Hollywood

B.G.

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Album Review

Executive produced by T.I. and featuring tracks from Cool & Dre, Mannie Fresh, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, and Scott Storch, Too Hood 2 Be Hollywood is a comeback album of sorts, one that reminds the mainstream hip-hop world that B.G. was once right up there with his Hot Boys cohorts Lil Wayne and Juvenile. The title is no lie as B.G.’s whiny style is designed for the streets, but everything old is new again as Mannie Fresh proves once again he’s one of the few producers who can bring the rapper crossover potential. Their collaborative cut “My Hood” is the hook-filled and memorable number B.G.’s post-Cash Money career has been missing, but with the T.I. and Scott Storch trunk-rumbler “4 a Minute” appearing late in the fourth quarter, the album has two radio-worthy numbers, good cause for the Louisiana faithful to celebrate. If the three gutsy takeover tracks that kick off the album never end up on radio’s playlist, they’re the kind of hard-hitting stuff B.G. fans crave, and when the two missing members show up for “Ya Heard Me,” the Cool & Dre-produced cut becomes another Hot Boys reunion worth hearing. It’s overstuffed, but after just a little trimming, Too Hood 2 Be Hollywood turns out to be one of B.G.’s stronger full-lengths.

Biography

Born: 03 September 1980 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

B.G. was among the first rappers on Cash Money Records, and though he eventually departed from the label and forged his own path through the rap industry, he remains associated with Cash Money, with which he enjoyed his greatest success, most notably the epochal 1999 hit "Bling Bling." Born Christopher Dorsey on September 3, 1980, in New Orleans, LA, B.G. made his recording debut in 1995, at age 14, on the Cash Money album True Story, also featuring Lil Wayne (then only 11 years old) and Mannie Fresh...
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Rap, Dirty South
  • Released: 08 December 2009
  • Parental Advisory

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