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Album Review

Subtract "Laffy Taffy," one of several outrageously sleazy dance-rap singles that inspired revelry as often as contempt during the early 2000s — depending on listeners' tolerance for cleverly produced tracks with sharp hooks and crude sexual euphemisms — and D4L's Down for Life wouldn't be much of a story. "Laffy Taffy" eventually became the most downloaded song, hit the top of the Billboard chart, and helped prove that the single was back (if not in the physical sense), especially since its success didn't translate to spectacular album sales. Most listeners heard it as a novelty track, as it came out of nowhere with freaky vocals and minimal backing à la Ying Yang Twins' "Wait (The Whisper Song)." Though its rhymes are far lewder than those of 50 Cent's "Candy Shop," the song's simplistic hook is the real hook. A similar production sensibility holds throughout the remainder of this Atlanta group's Atlantic-distributed debut. Apart from a couple clever tracks where the MCing is of little consequence (generic rhymes about making money, busting caps, and busting other things), a lasting impression is not made. T.I. and Young Jeezy they are not; but give them some credit for coming up with one of the most enjoyed and talked-about singles of late 2005 and early 2006.

Customer Reviews

D4L rules!

seriosuly i dont know what yall' are talking about D4L a.k.a down for life is really cool! there music is perfect for dancing or jsut sitting around the fire, ya knw? but seriosuly stuntman is like the best song ever, no lie

Pretty friggin tight. (But not as good as 3-6)

C: This album's hot. These guys are crazy. My favorite songs are Bankhead and Stuntman. The mixtape single Bubble Gum is really tight too. Representing the A- Town 2 tha fullest!!! And to all you haters, why don't you try to bust out some freestyles for us right quick? Betcha can't do it like them! Nope! Betcha can't do it like them! E: D4L is cool but nothin' is better than some 3 6 mafia. matter fact, no artists can flow like them. But back to D4L, if you dont likeit,youd better start listin to atleast some crunk.

D4L= Good Music

D4L rock espicialy BankHead!!!! They need to make a Laffy Taffy Remix!!!


Formed: Atlanta, GA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

Atlanta foursome D4L broke out in 2005 with the song "Laffy Taffy," one of several crossover tracks released during the early 2000s to inspire revelry as often as contempt, depending on listeners' tolerance for cleverly produced tracks with sharp hooks and crude sexual euphemisms. Originally released independently around D4L's native Atlanta, the song would eventually climb to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2006. The group -- formed in 2003 by Fa-bo, Mook-B, Stoney, and Shawty Lo -- were...
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  • $10.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Dirty South, Gangsta Rap
  • Released: Nov 08, 2005
  • Clean

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