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Tryin' to Get a Buck

B-Legit

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Album Review

B-Legit is probably a rapper because he's E-40's cousin. That said, he does a formidable job, with smooth lyrics and flow. You know what to expect after seeing the cover of this CD, with a couple of guys with masks on their faces reloading a handgun in a store while robbing it. It's more of a gangsta rap album than anything, but B-Legit took some extra steps to make it original. Half the album is devoted to weed, while the other half is about drinking. He talks a lot about his childhood and what it was like growing up in the hood. While this album has its strong points, B-Legit's simple rhymes may leave some listeners bored very quickly. He isn't really known as a lyricist, but still his rhymes are interesting and usually follow a story line. Overall a pretty good album if you like this kind of gangsta rap.

Biography

Born: 15 November 1971 in Vallejo, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

B-Legit (aka the Savage) had previously performed with the Click before striking out on his own with 1995's Tryin' to Get a Buck. For his second release, 1996's Hemp Museum, he moved to Jive Records and worked with E-40 and Kurupt (the Dogg Pound); Ghetto Smile followed in 1997,...
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