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Album Review

51/50 Ratchet, the major-label debut of young Shreveport, LA, rapper Hurricane Chris, features his breakthrough single, "A Bay Bay," and a bunch of songs that are very similar in style. No other song here can match the chant-along catchiness of "A Bay Bay," though "The Hand Clap" comes fairly close. Both songs are produced by Phunk Dawg, who knowingly sticks to the same winning formula that resulted in innumerable Southern rap hits in 2007 (e.g., Soulja Boy's chart-topping "Crank That"). The one song on 51/50 Ratchet that breaks from the snap-rap mold is "Playas Rock," a Mr. Collipark production built atop a sample of Earth, Wind & Fire's "Love's Holiday."

Customer Reviews

just stop

hurricane chris is an inspiration to me if a guy like him can get a recording deal with songs like his so can i

hurricane chris is a moron

the kid cant even rap...this is one of the worst and most overrated albums of all time.

Blah Blah Blah

HOT GARBAGE!!!!! It is truely sad when artist make music that is only "rewritten" and not original! Another 1 hit wonder.


Born: 1989 in Shreveport, LA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Rapping since he was just nine years old, Shreveport, LA's Hurricane Chris burst onto the national scene in 2007 with his catchy single "A Bay Bay." After gaining some local attention with his indie singles "Ya Hear Me" and "Yep" along with some mixtape appearances, Hurricane Chris caught local legend DJ Hollyhood Bay Bay being welcomed at a club with the audience chanting "Hey Bay Bay!" Hollyhood was a leader of Shreveport's ratchet movement -- Shreveport's version of crunk or hyphy -- of which...
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