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Undaground Legend


Download links and information about Undaground Legend by Lil' Flip. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:40:32 minutes.

Artist: Lil' Flip
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:40:32
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No. Title Length
1. What I Been Through 4:29
2. U See It 4:20
3. 8 Rulez (featuring Shasta) 3:55
4. I Shoulda Listened (featuring Seville) 3:34
5. 7-1-3 4:00
6. The Way We Ball 4:43
7. Get Crunk (featuring Yung Redd, David Banner, Lil Ron) 5:08
8. Haters Still Mad (featuring Lil Ron, Big T) 3:14
9. We Ain't Scared (featuring Bizzy Bone) 5:14
10. Make Mama Proud 3:06
11. I Can Do Dat (Remix) 4:01
12. Tonight (featuring Seville) 4:21
13. What Ya'll Wanna Do (featuring David Banner) 4:07
14. It's a Fact 4:28
15. R.I.P. Screw (featuring Bizzy Bone) 5:13
16. Forget the Fame 5:05
17. The Way We Ball (Remix) (featuring Yung Redd, Lil Ron) 4:44
18. The Way We Ball (Screwed) 5:39
19. Da Roof 2:45
20. Texas Boyz (Screwed) (featuring Yung Redd) 4:34
21. U See It (Screwed) 5:19
22. Look At Me Now 4:43
23. Haters Still Mad (Screwed) (featuring Lil Ron, Big T) 3:50



After selling more than 100,000 copies of his independently released debut, The Leprechaun, Lil’ Flip was quickly signed by a division of Columbia Records and released his first major-label album in 2002. Undaground Legend was boosted by the hit single “The Way We Ball,” a song that epitomizes Flip’s ability to blend the catchiness of nursery rhymes with the attitude of gangsta rap. The other choruses on the album leave a lot to Flip’s magnetic flow and his vivid vignettes of ghetto culture. Some of his best writing can be heard on “8 Rulez,” which is propelled by a burping brass band–inspired beat—a hint of Flip’s love for the culture of New Orleans. As a lyricist, Flip could always come up with a new twist on an old idea—hear him boast of “sleeping on an iceberg bed” in “U See It”—but fans respected him because he could tell a story straight from the heart. The album’s centerpiece is “RIP Screw,” which in two short verses (and a chorus from the incomparable Bizzy Bone) tells the entire story of Flip and his mentor, DJ Screw.