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After helping to engineer the Cash Money sound that redefined New Orleans rap in the ‘90s, Birdman relocated to Miami and 5 * Stunna is the first album-length reflection of his immersion in the Florida lifestyle. Whereas Mannie Fresh’s signature Cash Money formula was based on skittering percussion and rapid-fire delivery, Miami producers like Cool & Dre, StreetRunner and the Fliptones specialize in opulent beats that gleam with layers of synthesizer and organ. Miami rap isn’t just about money, it’s about enormous money, and “100 Million,” “Pop Bottles,” and “I’m A Stunna” all embody CEO levels of wealth. Still Birdman raps in a voice that makes him a Dirty South everyman. He rarely sounds extraordinary, but he never sounds bad, and when matched with the right tracks, as he is on “Fully Loaded,” “Believe Dat,” and “Head Busta,” the results are about as great as straightforward Southern hip-hop gets. For the times when listeners want to spice up the proceedings, Birdman packs a secret weapon in the form of Lil Wayne. Like every point man, Wayne appears only when needed, but when he jumps into the fray on “So Tired,” “I Run This” and “Grind,” the excitement level increases tenfold.

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A 5 * rating (lol)

Birdman did a good job on his last album, Like Father like son. He is back with a great return. I love the new birdman. And this album is by far his best album. With a lot of good tracks. I knew it would be good once I had heard the single of 100 Million. It is a load of improvement. Lets take a closer look: Fully Load-Nice beat. I love his rap and beats. 5\5 I Run this-Good song. One thing I wonder is why does Lil’Wanye join Birdman in almost all of his song. 100 Million, You Ain’t know, DJ Khandle’s We Takin Over, and more. It is getting old. 4\5 The Money “So Fresh”-The beat delivers nicely. And his rapping really does. Overall great song. 5\5 Inturlude-The Old Man #1-Not really much of an interlude. More like a song. 1.5\5 100 Million-The 1st single. My favorite song of the album. Even though Lil’Wanye is in almost all of his song, still Wayne’s verse was sharp. Birdman’s verse was solid However I loved Rick Ross’ verse. Young Jeezy’s was the best. This is a definite latest hit success. 5\5 Believe Dat-Give Wanye a break. He is in way too much of Birdman’s songs. Not that it is a bad that. 3.5\5 Wet Paint-Solid beats. Birdman comes in with a fire verse. 5\5 Grind-Lil’Wanye again? What does he have with him? 3\5 All The time-In my opinion this should be the last track. Notice that it is a BONUS TRACK! 4\5 Head bust-A very weird song, but I like. It features, well…you know who. 3.5\5 Pop Bottles-Average. Features, well… know who. As in all of his songs. Weezy. 3.5\5 Love my hood-Beat was decent, but this is just not one of the album’s best song. Every album has a song like that and this is the one. 2.5\5 I’m a stunna-Nice beat. The song will stun you. 5\5 Make way-features Fat Joes and of course Lil’Wanye. Birdman has another ver sharp verse. His verse was the best part of the song. However Birdman may replace Lil’Wanye by Fat Joe in this thing where he always contributes with him. We Takin Over Explains it. 5\5 So Tired-Yes I know Lil’Wanye is in every song, but this time I loved his verse. He came in with just a solid verse let me tell you. The makes it not get old. 5\5 We Gangsta-featurs All Star and Yo Gotti. The beat is very strange. It is all and all a weird song. 3\5 Bossy-I really like the beat. His rapping and lyrics are anything but average. 4.5\5 R.I.P.-A lot of meaning. Great bonus tracks. 4\5 S On my chest-Of course it is weezy. 3.5\5 Top 5 Songs: 1) 100 Million 2) Fully loaded 3) Wet Paints 4) So Tired 5) Bossy Final Thoughts: This is a lot better than his last album, Like Father like son. I like this a lot better. Has lots of good song, the production is great. This is a very enjoyable album that I recommend.


At first, I was doubtful, so I only bought songs with Weezy in them, and was dissappointed that Weezy really only does the corus in all is songs. But Birdman surprised me with his pretty good lyrics, and all the beats were alright, but Lil Wayne on any song is a hit. The songs on this album, at least the ones with Wayne in them are as follows: 1. Believe Dat 2. Pop Bottles 3. I Run This 4. S On My Chest (you can get on khaled's new album) 5. 100 Million 6. Make Way 7. Grind 8. So Tired


This awsome, birdman rocks, pop bottles is awsome! I luv Lil wayne's part. I also luv the chorus, I just love this album


Born: February 15, 1969 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

When he's doing business, Cash Money Records CEO Bryan Williams uses his real name, but when he grabs the mike to spit Dirty South raps, Williams goes by the names Birdman or Baby. Williams formed Cash Money in 1991 with his brother Ronald "Slim" Williams. Releases by B.G., the Hot Boys, Juvenile, and many others built the Cash Money empire into a Dirty South powerhouse. Williams himself displayed his vocal skills on the Hot Boys albums, but it was with Cash Money's in-house producer, Mannie Fresh,...
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