Opening the iTunes Store.If iTunes doesn't open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop.Progress Indicator
Opening the iBooks Store.If iBooks doesn't open, click the iBooks app in your Dock.Progress Indicator

iTunes is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection.

We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. To preview and buy music from Reality Check by Juvenile, download iTunes now.

Already have iTunes? Click I Have iTunes to open it now.

I Have iTunes Free Download
iTunes for Mac + PC

Reality Check

Open iTunes to preview, buy, and download music.

Customer Reviews

"Why Not" Cop the year's greatest album?

I'll say that to Kanye when he comes out. The album starts off with a hilarious intro and goes into the track of the year "Get Ya Hustle On", "Around The Way" still manages to keep the blazing heat going, until the Scott Storch-Produced Banger, Wacko featured "Sets Go Up" comes on. Juvey's assembled a decent crew that can hold their own! "Rodeo" is obviously great, Juvey and Cool & Dre can't go wrong, then comes "What's Happenin" and just for the record, "Juvenile is the $%^!" "Loose Booty" might rival "Back That Azz Up" in terms of Juvey's best booty anthem. The Jay-Z sampled Mike Jones, Wacko, Skip & Paul Wall assisted "Way I be Leanin" is a certified classic club bangah! Cool & Dre's mad production goes on through "Break A Brick Down", and another classic strip club anthem comes courtesy of "Who's Ya Daddy", "I Know You Know" is a solid Slow Jam and, "Keep Talkin'" is pretty good. "Rock Like That" features '05's best rapper, Bun B with 06's best rapper, Juvenile. "Why Not" has Juvey flowing over a classic Lil' Jon beat and "Animal" reunites two old friends, Juvey & Mannie Fresh, I'm not too fond of "addicted" but it's still good, I never listend to "Holla Back", so I won't assume, "Pop U" is the big name collabo and is great, "Say It To Me Know" disses Baby (or so I think), and that wraps up a classic, NOW WHY HAVEN'T YOU BOUGHT IT, DAMN IT?

Juvenile's Best Album to Date

Juvenile shows his talent like never before in this album. No joke, compared to every single juvenile album combined, this album is superior in terms of rhymes, production, and general enjoyability. Almost every song is incredible. I can't stop listening to this album in my car, on my computer, on my iPod. For anyone interested in southern rap, general hip-hop, bounce, or just good music, this album comes highly recommended by a LONG time juvenile listener.

Good work by Juvenile

Reality check is by no means his best work in my opinion but it is still pretty good. After a rough start the album really hits it's stride around Rodeo, the best track on the album. But unfortunatly it falls off at the end again. Reality Check hosts many guest spots, the best being on Way I be leanin' with Mike Jones, Paul Wall, Skip and Wacko. Juvenile also has a message behind most of the songs, which is good to see coming from the south. Best songs: Rodeo, Way I be leanin', Break a brick down, who's ya daddy and I know you know. Not worth buying the whole album but buy the middle portion.


Born: March 26, 1975 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

Having come up in the Hot Boys group alongside superstar Lil Wayne, New Orleans rapper Juvenile is a Southern hip-hop veteran, and a chart-topping one as well, having climbed the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 with his 2004 single "Slow Motion." Born Terius Gray, Juvenile was one of the initial figures involved in New Orleans' "bounce" craze of the early '90s, an uptempo style of hip-hop that combined gangster rap and party music. Besides an affiliation with the bounce group U.N.L.V., Juvenile was featured...
Full Bio
Reality Check, Juvenile
View In iTunes

Customer Ratings