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Savage Life

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Download links and information about Savage Life by Webbie. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:12:16 minutes.

Artist: Webbie
Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:12:16
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. G-Sh*t 3:16
2. How U Ridin' 4:08
3. Like That 4:02
4. Full of Dat Sh*t (Featuring Lil' Boosie) 3:12
5. Give Me That (Featuring Bun B) (featuring Unknown) 4:26
6. Crank It Up 4:00
7. Laid Way Back 4:19
8. Gutta B**ch 4:03
9. I Got That (Featuring Lil Boosie) 4:00
10. What Is It 4:26
11. Back Up 4:25
12. Bad B**ch (featuring Lil' Boosie) 4:11
13. Mind Ya' Business 4:02
14. Come Here B**ch (Featuring Mannie Fresh) 4:07
15. Retarded 3:56
16. Gotta Show Me U Worth It (Featuring B.G.) 4:05
17. U Don't Want That (Featuring Lil Boosie & Big Head) 4:13
18. Bad B**ch Remix (Featuring Trina) (featuring Lil' Boosie) 3:25

Details

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Some rap albums are easy to break down into constituent parts: the lyrics, the beats, the delivery, the cameos. Savage Life is something quite different, a work that cannot be subdivided, as every aspect of the album comes together in a ferocious unified whole. Rather than simply talk about the Southern lifestyle, Webbie and the Trill Entertainment family embody it. Listen to “How U Ridin’” and “Laid Way Back” and you are cruising through Baton Rouge on a muggy afternoon. Listen to “Give Me That” and you are grinding against a bodacious partner on a packed dance floor. Listen to “Back Up” and you are thrust into a riot in the back of the club. And though Webbie and his partner Lil’ Boosie both have their fair share of lyrical darts, it’s really not so much about what they say, but how they say it. Even when Webbie is talking about his cars, his clothes, his hoes, he delivers it with more flavor than most of New York’s top lyricists can muster. If you have a taste for gumbo, sweet tea, and country grits, there is something in the Savage Life for you.