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Representing H Towns Finest

This is a great mixtape release from Chamillionaire, he makes songs like "Just A Lil Bit"(H Town To A Town) a lot better, and the Houston version of hate it or love it is out of control! Other really good tracks are 21. From The South, 14. Deep Off, 6. The Truth is Back!!, and 3. Realest N***as In It. Not his best CD, but definently an awesome mixtape!

Its decent

its probably a 3 star ablum but its Cham so ill give my boy another one

Down in the H-Town

dang yo so slick and so good chamillitary-man just scorches this album mixing free-styles type songs with whole-some lyrics this album needs to be bought buy all u cham fans (the album cover is pretty sweet too)

Biography

Born: November 28, 1979 in Houston, TX

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

Dubbed "the Mixtape Messiah," Houston's Chamillionaire arrived late as a major-label artist during his city's 2005 takeover of mainstream rap — the Top Ten Sound of Revenge, released during November that year, followed albums from Mike Jones, Slim Thug, and former Color Changin' Click partner Paul Wall — but he had already built a loyal following outside the South and received significant print coverage. Through a prolific succession of mixtapes, Chamillionaire (born Hakeem Sediki) became...
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