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Album Review

It's clear that Disturbing tha Peace isn't just a way for Ludacris to play the rap entrepreneur; he not only toured with the crew — Shawnna, Lil' Fate, Tity Boi, I-20, Jay Cee — and hand-picked them, but delivered a full album with plenty of spots for himself as well as a trio of starring guests: Scarface, Mystikal, and Too Short. Though it's these tracks that stand out ("Growing Pains (Do It Again)," "Pimp Council," the uproarious "Move B***h"), the newcomers do pretty well too. Shawnna especially shines on the opener "Break Sumthin'" and "R.P.M.," while his production follows the blueprint for Down South ballin'. No, it's not up to the level of Ludacris' own output, but Golden Grain proves that Disturbing tha Peace is solid enough to stand on their own.

Customer Reviews

These are some wack beats!

This album is way better than G-Unit

Those Who Know Music Know This Is Good.

Definitley a banger. Ludacris obviously knows talent and knows what to do with it. The comibnation of sick beats and good lyricism comes full circle in this 1st complilation of the group. It's not a legendary cd or something that will go down in history but definitley something to be remembered and to experience. If they had a 3.5 i'd give it that, but it's more a 3 than 4. Enjoy it.

Those who know music know this isn't music

No, it's not music, its ghetto slang set to a beat. Let's reserve the term music for something better than this.


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

The Atlanta six-piece Disturbing tha Peace was formed by Shawnna, Lil' Fate, Tity Boi, I-20, and Jay Cee. Protégés of Ludacris, whose pair of multi-platinum albums resulted in a label deal for the group, they released their debut, Golden Grain, on Def...
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