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Units In the City


Download links and information about Units In the City by Shawty Lo. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 51:03 minutes.

Artist: Shawty Lo
Release date: 2008
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 15
Duration: 51:03
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No. Title Length
1. 100,000 3:38
2. Dey Know 3:18
3. Dunn, Dunn 3:17
4. Foolish 3:53
5. Let's Get It (feat. Yola) 4:15
6. Feels Good to Be Here 3:34
7. Ain't Tellin' You Featuring Phace Baity (feat. Phace Baity) 2:58
8. Cut the Check Featuring Lil Mark and Braski (feat. Lil Mark & Braski) 3:26
9. GA Lotto 3:10
10. That's Shawty Lo 3:32
11. Easily I Approach 3:19
12. Live My Life (feat. Kool Ace) 2:46
13. Got Em 4 the Lo (feat. Gucci Mane & Stuntman) 3:22
14. Count On Me (feat. Miss T) 3:18
15. We Gon Ride (feat. Mook B, G-Child, Stuntman, Lil Mark & 40) 3:17



One of the founding members of Atlanta Snap pioneers D4L, Shawty Lo helped the group achieve national recognition with his business savvy and low key, half whispered delivery. Though a jail sentence prevented Shawty from appearing on D4L’s breakthrough single “Laffy Taffy,” Shawty’s performances on D4L’s debut full-length proved him to be one of the groups most charismatic members. On his solo debut, Units in the City, Shawty Lo kicks simple, catchy rhymes over insistent, bare bones Atlanta production. Though his flow is rudimentary by the exacting standards of East Coast Rap, Shawty is a viscerally affecting and fearless performer whose sing song delivery hearkens back to the style favored by pioneering, vocal oriented old school groups like the Fantastic Four and the Cold Crush Brothers. On tracks like “Feels Good To Be Here” and “That’s Shawty Lo,” Shawty eschews the tongue twisting, punchline based aesthetic of Golden Age rap for a disarmingly direct style that emphasizes simplicity and clarity over technical virtuosity. Units In the City possesses a heartfelt and understated charm that should resonate with fans of unpolished, homegrown hip-hop.