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Album Review

Among the flurry of Cash Money releases during the late '90s, 400 Degreez certainly stands out, and not just as Juvenile's shining moment but also as the album that forced everyone to suddenly take this Dirty South collective very seriously. Before 400 Degreez, Cash Money had been operating relatively well, securing a distribution deal with Universal and broadening its audience with every successive release. But nothing prepared anyone for the success of 400 Degreez, particularly its two anthemic singles, the tongue-twisting "Ha" and the booty-calling "Back That Azz Up." These two songs alone make 400 Degreez noteworthy. They're absolutely two of the best songs to come out of the late-'90s Dirty South boom. Moreover, two remixes of "Ha" come late on the album, one with the Hot Boys, the other with Jay-Z. These four highlights — "Ha," "Back That Azz Up," and the "Ha" remixes — break up the album, somewhat concealing the filler. And, yes, there is filler here, as with any Cash Money album, but even it is worthwhile, either because of Juvenile's carefully structured rhyming or producer Mannie Fresh's seemingly bottomless well of hot beats. Among the singles and the filler here, there are also a few great album tracks as well. In particular, "Flossin Season" features some incredibly brash boasts from the Big Tymers, and "Rich N****z" features an absolutely frantic beat that ricochets on for five breathtaking minutes. All of this, along with perfect timing, dropping just as the Dirty South broke into the mainstream, made 400 Degreez a phenomenal release for Cash Money, quite arguably the label's crowning achievement. This album, of course, made Juvenile a superstar and, in turn, towered over him for years as the achievement by which he would always be measured.

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Juvenile's best album an a 90's classic

This is a 90's classic. This album was BIG back in 98' and it became a multi-platnium album very fast. The main hit was "Back That Azz Up". Every track is bangin and there are guest appereances on this album by members of the Big Tymers, Lil Wyane, B.G, Turk and Jay-Z.

this is a bangin album straight fire!

this is an excellent album top to bottom, its real, the flow is crazy, and the beats are classic, you will be happy with this purchase. peace to i tunes for having on here. As soon as i saw it I knew i was geting it. comeback


This is a southern classic for all the haters who doesn't know what it takes to classify a CD as a classic. This is the CD that put Cash Money on the national landscape and I personally took these guys seriously. Great production from Mannie Fresh as he puts the stamp of approval on Juve's album, which isn't his debut, but definately a must have if you love Down South rap...Its a movement.


Born: March 26, 1975 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

Having come up in the Hot Boys group alongside superstar Lil Wayne, New Orleans rapper Juvenile is a Southern hip-hop veteran, and a chart-topping one as well, having climbed the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 with his 2004 single "Slow Motion." Born Terius Gray, Juvenile was one of the initial figures involved in New Orleans' "bounce" craze of the early '90s, an uptempo style of hip-hop that combined gangster rap and party music. Besides an affiliation with the bounce group U.N.L.V., Juvenile was featured...
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