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Unleashed [Clean]


  • 1. I'm Back
    2. Beat It Out The Frame
    3. Halle Berry (She's Fine) - (featuring Superstarr)
    4. Coke Bottle - (featuring Mouse)
    5. Headboard - (featuring Mario/Plies)
    6. Last Call - (featuring Bobby V)
    7. I Want It - (featuring Fiend 4 Da Money)
    8. Secret Lover - (featuring Cherish)
    9. No Worries
    10. Hot Like Lava
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 54933

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Recording information: Audio Vision, Miami, FL; Chung King Studios, New York, NY; Doppler Studios, Atlanta, GA; Hot Beats Recording Studios, Atlanta, GA; Mouse On The Track Studios, Baton Rouge, LA; Prime Time Studios, Dallas,TX; Quad Recording Studios, New York, NY; Silent Sound Studios, Atlanta, GA; The Surgery Room, Atlanta, GA; Yellow House Studios, Richmond, VA.
    Illustrator: Shah Wonders.
    Photographer: Zach Wolfe.
    In the two years since his debut album, the now 20-year-old Hurricane Chris has done some growing up, but you wouldn't say he's matured. Unleashed is a Dirty South party record that's nasty as it wants to be, with plenty of bedroom bragging and booty worship. Fans expecting a fairly clean follow-up to his breakthrough hit "A Bay Bay" instead get the extra horny "Headboard," which steals a couple good ideas from Lil Wayne's "Mrs. Officer" while adding special guest Plies for that street authenticity. Better still is the more Southern-fried "Halle Berry (She's Fine)," with Dallas-based production team Play-N-Skillz bringing that ratchet beat as Chris imagines the Dirty South dream girl with "Even though she's got class/She listen to UGK." Some of his insults are fun too, as "I'm Back" gives up "I spit the hard lyrics/That make the listeners bite down/And to me you sound like a woman/You need a nightgown," but this pimp from Shreveport sounds best when swaggering and rarely steps out of his comfort zone. Knowing this makes for a limited listen, the executive producers stop the track count at ten, giving hip-hop hedonists just what they paid for with none of that tedious "and then some." ~ David Jeffries

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