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Finally Famous

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Download links and information about Finally Famous by Trick Daddy. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 58:53 minutes.

Artist: Trick Daddy
Release date: 2009
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 20
Duration: 58:53
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Intro Skit: Only One Mayor 0:22
2. The S**t That I Live 4:01
3. Da Realest 3:41
4. Gangsta Music 3:30
5. Skit: The Collection 1:13
6. Everyday Struggle 3:44
7. What Dey Do 3:25
8. Count My Money 3:43
9. Bitch Ass N****z 3:06
10. Skit: Macking Jean 0:10
11. I Can Tell 3:33
12. Chevy 3:27
13. Why They Jock (Explicit) 4:06
14. Skit: The Mayor's Office 1:48
15. That's How We Do It 2:53
16. Homie Song 3:55
17. Strong Woman 3:26
18. Skit: The Pick-Up 0:50
19. Ghetto Supa Star 3:31
20. Tears of a Grown Man 4:29

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After leaving the major-label imprint Slip-N-Slide, veteran thug Trick Daddy created the independent Dunk Ryder and launched this new venture with Finally Famous. Free of big business' influence, the godfather of Florida rap doesn't have to worry about the crossover single or the high-profile collaboration, and turns in an album that's homegrown and uncompromising to a fault, running a little long at a whopping 20 tracks. Old-school fans craving the T-Double-D of the mid-'90s won't mind much and will instantly gravitate towards the simple and effective, heavy-hook monsters like "What Dey Do" ("Whatever we tell 'em") and "Why the Jock" ("I'm still dealin' with my haters/Eight albums later"). Some of the redundant tracks in the middle seem more an excuse to introduce the FLA-based set of up-and-comers Trick has hand-picked, but to its credit, the album's fourth quarter works hard to remain fresh. Kicking off with the furious "That's How We Do It" — a dream collaboration with R&B singer Betty Wright — the album cruises to its finish in style with the smooth roller "Homie Song," the empowering "Strong Woman," and the classic swaggerfest "Ghetto Supa Star." Well done and a welcome return to the underground.