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Bad Boy South's New Group

Diddy's new group from Bad Boy South, Boyz N Da Hood are comprised of Young Jeezy, Big Gee, Jody Breeze and Duke. Here is how their debut faired. Boyz N Da Hood: After a decent intro, hard hitting production is solid, as each member spits smoothly. 3/5 Dem Boyz: Hard hitting production with a great gangsta feel was a perfect choice as a single. Each member spits nicely and Jody's hook was hot. 4/5 Felonies: Production was decent, I didn't think this was that special, but it ended up being a decent club banger. 3.5/5 Look: Another tough beat, hook was average along with the track. 3/5 Gangstas: Interesting production that was fitting and Eazy E's appearance was helpful. Solid track. 3.5/5 Don't Put Your Hands On Me: Hard hitting street banger that was decent, having a nice menacing appeal. 3/5 B****es & Bizness: Decent track with nice synth interjections. 2.5/5 Trap N***az: The anthemic horns were great and this ends up being a top track as they spit it for the trap. Jeezy has a great part along with Jody. 4/5 Still Slizzard: Skipper. 2/5 No Talkin: Good production, they do aight on this one. 3.5/5 Happy Jamz: Jazze's pimpish production is fitting for these gangsta braggary. 3/5 If U A Thug: Decent track here. 3/5 Lay It Down: Track has a decent beat, with gun cocking throughout. 2.5/5 P**** M.F.'s: Nice feel on this one, good gangsta talk. 3/5 Keep It N Da Hood 2Nite: Good production is fitted with solid rhymes. 3.5/5 Overall Boyz N Da Hood does a decent job. They serve their purpose of menacing threats, boasts, and gangsta. Production was only decent though, with some beats not too good. "Dem Boyz" is definitely the banger with its top notch production. "Gangstas" works due to Eazy E's appearance and "Trap N***az" is the anthemic hood theme with horns. There are several skippable cuts due to weak production and tiresome lyrics, but its decent. I suggest getting the ones I mentioned. Rating 6.5 out of 10

Solid Album

Dem Boyz, Felonies, and a few others, but overall not enough good hits. The good songs are great, hits, but the others leave much to be desired. Lot of talent in this group.

Great Start!

This album is like the combination of the West and the South! It IS unfortunate that Young Jeezy could possibly be leaving the group and being replaced with T.I. and Lil Wayne. Boyz N Da Hood won't be the same without him.


Formed: 2003 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Boyz N da Hood feature Miguel "Big Gee" Scott, Lee "Big Duke" Dixon, Jay "Young Jeezy" Jenkins, and Jacoby "Jody Breeze" White, four MCs from Atlanta who signed with P. Diddy's Bad Boy label and released a self-titled album during the summer of 2005. Put together by Sho'Nuff Records co-owner Russell "Block" Spencer, the quartet generated a significant amount of label interest with its first recordings. Diddy, who apparently wasn't looking to sign anyone at the time, was won over and sought them out....
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Dirty South, Gangsta Rap
  • Released: Jun 21, 2005
  • Parental Advisory

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