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Across the Water

Baby Boy da Prince

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Customer Reviews

ALRIGHT...Not Great.

The Way I Live is the only great song on the album

i'm tired!

If there was a way to choose a negative number...! This is the same lame crap that we al have been listening too since Lil Jon first stepped on the scene: water downed, wanna be crunk, fake grimy voice, drip-dry lyrics, and an occassional YEAH! in the background that record companies are passing off as a good album. Give me a break! The first two attempts (pioneered by Lil Jon himself) where good albums, but unfortunately it opened the door wide open to uncreative people trying to copy his style close enough to cut the first record deal, putting theirselves deep into geto-debt! A super producer couldn't help this album, because you still would have a fake thug headlining it!

Buy the songs, not the album

This album really seems like a lot of effort was put into a few songs (The Way I Live, of course) and then the rest are just "fillers"--crap that doesn't deserve to fill your HD. Listen to the individual songs and you might find 3-4 that are good--The Way I Live, Rich Boy, Fist Rock are my favorites, maybe Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday as well. So download those for $3-4, and save yourself $6-7 for something better.

Biography

Born: New Orleans, LA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Hailing from New Orleans, Baby Boy da Prince followed in the footsteps of his city's two major camps, No Limit and Cash Money Records. His excursion into the rap game officially began when he opened in concert for No Limit recording artist Choppa. After signing with the independent label Extreme Entertainment around 2004 and opening for more popular acts like 50 Cent and Juvenile, he was slowly gathering steam to make his way to the top. However, in 2005 the disastrous Hurricane Katrina literally...
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