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Webbie - Savage Life V (2016)

22-05-2016, 09:30
Music | Hip-Hop

Title: Savage Life V
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Trill Entertainment
Genre: Hip-Hop
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 51:40 min
Total Size: 122 MB


01. This Me (04:21)
02. Problem (Ft. Boosie BadAzz) (03:39)
03. Fuk Somthin (03:36)
04. Due Too Much (Ft. Kirko Bangz and Lil Lonnie) (03:23)
05. Roll It Up (Ft. Snoop Dogg) (02:42)
06. Bounce (Ft. Wankaego & Foxx) (04:20)
07. Bet Ya (Ft. Boosie BadAzz) (02:16)
08. Respect and Honor (Ft. Wankaego & Lundon) (04:57)
09. Like I Do (03:03)
10. Dumb Way (Ft. Boosie BadAzz) (03:04)
11. Strip Pole (Ft. Lil Trill and Shell) (03:38)
12. Know What U Know (03:07)
13. Shake It (03:13)
14. Who U Wit (03:08)
15. Forever Trill (Ft. Kym McCoy) (03:13)

Baton Rouge native Webster "Webbie" Gradney, Jr.'s brash and street-smart style was influenced by the early No Limit and Cash Money releases that were creeping out of nearby New Orleans, and the classic West Coast sound of Snoop Dogg and Eazy-E. Webbie was only eight when his mother died of cancer. Bouncing from family member to family member was hard, but the West Coast tapes his cousin would loan him provided Webbie with rebellious music that spoke to his inner tension. Later, and not even a teenager yet, he was identifying with the thuggish street music of Master P, Eightball & MJG, and UGK, Dirty South legends who spoke the same slang Webbie did. Seeing that you didn't have to be from the East or West Coast to make your mark in hip-hop, Webbie became serious about the rhymes he had been messing around with since he was five. With so much focus on his rapping, high school was a struggle, but his poor grades didn't seem to matter much when Pimp C from UGK came calling. He was signed to Pimp C's Trill Entertainment before he got his driver's license and recorded two albums for the label: 2003's Ghetto Stories and 2004's Gangsta Muzik, both with fellow Baton Rouge rapper Lil Boosie. In early 2005 the solo Webbie tracks "Gimme Dat" and "Bad Bitch" were appearing on mixtapes by Evil Empire and DJ Smallz, while in the background, Trill was working out a distribution deal with the Warner Bros.-associated label Atlantic. With the contracts signed, Webbie's full-length Savage Life hit the streets in June the same year. Savage Life 2 arrived in 2008, while the 2010 set All or Nothing featured Webbie alongside Lil Boosie and the rest of the Trill Entertainment family. A third volume of the Savage Life series followed in 2011, with a fourth volume landing in 2013. ~ David Jeffries.

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