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We the Best


Download links and information about We the Best by DJ Khaled. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 45:43 minutes.

Artist: DJ Khaled
Release date: 2007
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 11
Duration: 45:43
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No. Title Length
1. Intro (We the Best) 0:52
2. The Movement Skit (feat. K Foxx) 0:22
3. We Takin' Over (feat. Akon, Birdman, Fat Joe, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross) 4:23
4. Brown Paper Bag (feat. Dre, Fat Joe, Juelz Santana, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Young Jeezy) 4:57
5. I'm So Hood (feat. T-Pain, Trick Daddy, Rick Ross & Plies) 4:15
6. Before the Solution (feat. Beanie Sigel, Pooh Bear) 4:29
7. I'm from the Ghetto (feat. Dre, Jadakiss, The Game, Trick Daddy) 5:06
8. S On My Chest (feat. Lil Wayne, Birdman) 4:10
9. B***h I'm from Dade County (feat. Trick Daddy, Rick Ross, Trina, Dre) 4:57
10. The Originators (feat. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony) 6:18
11. New York (feat. Jadakiss, Ja Rule, Fat Joe) 5:54



Arriving a year — almost to the day — after his superior Listennn: The Album, DJ Khaled's sophomore effort, We the Best, is a mixed bag. On the plus side there are the singles and highlights, all of them infectious, grand, and inspired. Leadoff single "We Takin' Over" is a star-studded, Akon-anchored anthem with swagger to burn, while "Brown Paper Bag" twists a grand sample of Yvonne Elliman's "If I Can't Have You" into a soulful tale of fast money. On the latter, Jeezy, Weezy (Lil Wayne), and Rick Ross add up to that rumored all-star edition of Boyz N da Hood that never happened, and if that isn't enough to draw the hip-hop regulars in, hearing the Game, Jadakiss, and Trick Daddy all on the same track, "I'm from the Ghetto," certainly will. Last of the must-haves is "B**** I'm from Dade County" with Khaled, Trick Daddy, and production team the Diaz Brothers in fine pro-Florida form. Besides the Diaz Brothers, Cool & Dre, the Runners, Danja, and Caine Beats produce tracks while Khaled only helms two: the "Intro" (which barely counts) and "Before the Solution," with Beanie Siegel once again covering his iffy relationships with Jay-Z and Dame Dash. Beanie has covered this drama much better elsewhere, up to and including his guest shot on Listennn, but the other tracks that miss aren't as disappointing; they're just fair. Khaled doesn't help much by doing his usual "Listennnnnn!" and "I represent the ghetto!" shouts over songs he has little or no connection with, and while the man has said this effort isn't about his production skills but rather music he loves, it seems like all the more reason to stay out of the way. Maybe it's an effort to ease the geographical jumps — from Florida to the Cleveland-repping Bone Thugs and on to "New York" — or a way to keep the momentum rolling on this up-and-down effort. Instead, it just points out these shortcomings when they could have been less noticeable. Much more frustrating than a failure, We the Best earns a slight thumbs up if you think of it as a disjointed soundtrack or four-hit mixtape.