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An average album...

There are a few acceptable songs on the album but it proves they will NEVER top Lean Wit It. Sorry - Spida Man

ok album

this shudda been betta comin from dfb. songs worth buying: 1. mr. feel good 2. talkin out the side of ya neck 3. turn heads. mr. feel good is tight with the mannie fresh beat. roll ya arms sounds lik somethin spat out of lean wit it. that was part of the original lyrics: "roll ya arms, then jus put in rotation. sumthin sumthin sumthin"

Dem Franchize Boyz - Our World, Our Way

"Our World, Our Way" is the third studio album by rap group Dem Franchize Boyz. The members of the group are Jizzal Man, Parlae, Pimpin, and, Buddie. Producers of this album are Maestro, Jermaine Dupri, T-Pain, Mannie Fresh, Marvelous J, Parlae, Jim Jonsin, Nitty, Young Juvie, Trac Kings, Trabeats, and Bangladesh. Featured guests are Blaze, JR Get Money, Lloyd, Peanut, Joe Blow, J. Que, and City Black. Here is the progress made by Dem Franchize Boyz. Get Cha Hustle On 2/5 Put U On 3/5 Mr. Feel Good 1.5/5 Come Come 2/5 Shawty Foreal 2.5/5 Talkin' Out Da Side Of Ya Neck 3/5 Turn Heads 3/5 Roll Ya Arms 2/5 #1 Girl 2.5/5 Make Ya Mad 1/5 The Life 2/5 I'm Fresh 2/5 The Killers The Dealers 1/5 So to be honest, Dem Franchize Boyz's album is pretty awful. Song after song is just filled with montonous looped catchphrases, bad lyrics, and so many other things that could have made this album a hit. Let me start off by saying that basically no songs make the grade. Surprisingly, this album has no good songs that are even close to hits. Lyrically, this album is atrocius. The lyrics on the album are laughable and basically stupid. Production is not that hot either. Though that is what stands out the most on the whole album. Production on songs aren't really outstanding, but they aren't as bad as like the lyrics. Featured guests don't help the grade to much either. Songs like "Shawty Foreal" and "The Life" have good guest stars, though the guests don't rap well. Also guests like Lloyd and Blaze perform decent, but they really don't give their best effort. So The Franchize Boyz gave hardly any effort on this album. If they did then it's hardly passable. They will need to step it up and get this garbage out of their system.


Formed: Atlanta, GA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Southern rap group Dem Franchize Boyz includes members Gerald "Buddie" Tiller, Bernard "Jizzal Man" Leverette, Maurice "Parlae" Gleaton, and Jamall "Pimpin" Willingham. After a period spent pushing low-key releases and mixtapes, the Atlanta-based group was picked up by Universal and released a self-titled album in September of 2004, preceded by "White Tee" -- a regional smash that received nationwide exposure on BET. When Jermaine Dupri and his So So Def label moved from Arista to Virgin (Dupri had...
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