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The Addiction

Fiend

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Customer Reviews

my ni**a is back and that sh** is hard

no 4 life

Probably his best so far

This album answers all questions of whether Fiend can put together a great album with the marketing power of P in his prime. The trunk-rattlin' beats and on-point lyrics more than prove Fiend is a general, not just a soulja. My favorites are "That Iron Gang" and "Press Play."

Reminding you b#%@&* who's the badest!

Mr. Whomp Whomp is back!!!!! Great CD!

Biography

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

One of Master P's many No Limit soldiers during the label's peak, Fiend never experienced much solo success though he contributed heavily to the work of his colleagues, most notably P's crossover hit, "Make Em Say Ugh." Born Ricky Jones and raised in the 17th ward of New Orleans, Fiend lost his brother at a young age; the loss made a strong mark on the eventual rapper and darkly tainted his world view. He later embraced rap music and signed to Big Boy Records, also home to Mystikal at the time. The...
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