16 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The follow-up to Webbie’s Trill Entertainment debut, Savage Life, lacks the devastating focus of its predecessor, but isn’t an ounce shorter of potent Southern flavor. The strength of Savage Life 2 is the total union between Webbie and Trill in-house producers BJ and Mouse on tha Track. As live snare cracks whip the beat of “Six 12’s” and the 808 bass detonates beneath “Independent,” it becomes clear that Webbie is a rapper synchronized to his producers. Even when the rhymes are weak, the song as a whole is usually a triumph of attitude and atmosphere. Standouts include “Just Like Me,” “Doe Doe,” and the Manny Fresh-produced “I Know.” And even as Webbie is criticized for being generic, “I Miss You” is the ultimate rap anomaly: an unabashedly vulnerable song about monogamy. How many Southern street rappers are man enough to pull a line like this: “Girls'll walk up on me flirting’, I be telling ‘em ‘Nah I'm chillin’ / Hug you ‘til I go to sleep just to squeeze you like my lil' pillow.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The follow-up to Webbie’s Trill Entertainment debut, Savage Life, lacks the devastating focus of its predecessor, but isn’t an ounce shorter of potent Southern flavor. The strength of Savage Life 2 is the total union between Webbie and Trill in-house producers BJ and Mouse on tha Track. As live snare cracks whip the beat of “Six 12’s” and the 808 bass detonates beneath “Independent,” it becomes clear that Webbie is a rapper synchronized to his producers. Even when the rhymes are weak, the song as a whole is usually a triumph of attitude and atmosphere. Standouts include “Just Like Me,” “Doe Doe,” and the Manny Fresh-produced “I Know.” And even as Webbie is criticized for being generic, “I Miss You” is the ultimate rap anomaly: an unabashedly vulnerable song about monogamy. How many Southern street rappers are man enough to pull a line like this: “Girls'll walk up on me flirting’, I be telling ‘em ‘Nah I'm chillin’ / Hug you ‘til I go to sleep just to squeeze you like my lil' pillow.”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

straight gutta ,

First Reviewer

i cant believe its finally hear. If you only know how long ive been waiting for webbie to come out with a new cd. i havent even listened to it yet, but its webbie. Its only a fact that its going to be good.

gatorfan711 ,

iTunes got the release date wrong again

itunes fix the realse date, good cd

uhh?? ,

Great job webbie

This song finally gave women the respect they deserve. Most people don't see the message this song sends. Most of the rap songs today degrade women, not give them respect. I-N-D-E-P-E-N-D-E-N-T!

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