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Urban Legend [PA]

  • 1. Tha King
    2. Motivation
    3. U Don't Know Me
    4. ASAP
    5. Prayin for Help
    6. Why U Mad at Me
    7. Get Loose - (featuring Nelly)
    8. What They Do - (featuring B.G.)
    9. Greatest, The - (featuring Mannie Fresh)
    10. Get Ya S*** Together - (featuring Lil' Kim)
    11. Freak Though - (featuring Pharrell Williams)
    12. Countdown
    13. Bring Em Out
    14. Limelight - (featuring P$C/Big Kuntry)
    15. Chillin with My B**** - (featuring Jazze Pha)
    16. Stand Up - (featuring Trick Daddy/Lil Jon/Lil Wayne)
    17. My Life - (featuring Daz Dillinger)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 83734

  • Credits
    ProducerLil Jon; Scott Storch; KLC; Swizz Beatz; Kevin "Khao" Cates; Lavell Crump; Daz Dillinger; Storty B; Sanchez "RockHead" Holmes; DJ Troomp; Mannie Fresh; The Neptunes; Fury; Lil Jon; KLC; Scott Storch; Swizz Beatz
    EngineerChris Carmouche; Mike Caren; Cyrus Shamir; Sanchez "RockHead" Holmes; Cameron Huff; Andrew Coleman; Leslie Brathwaite; Corey Williams; Zack Odom

    Personnel: T.I.; Tony Love (guitar); Daz, Jazze Pha, KLC, Lil Jon, Pharrell Williams, B.G., Ciara.
    Audio Mixers: Chris Theis; Supa Engineer; Kevin Crouse; Phil Tan; Ray Seay; Leslie Brathwaite.
    Recording information: P.S. West Studios, Atlanta GA; Silent Sounds Studios, Atlanta, GAThe Orange Grove, Los; Stankonia Studios, Atlanta, GA.
    Photographer: Jonathan Mannion.
    With TRAP MUZIK, Georgia rapper T.I. boldly established himself as a young rapper to watch and a sought-after guest artist. As if to cement his stardom, T.I. opens his third record, URBAN LEGEND, with one of the most famous declarations in the history of hip-hop, Run-DMC's "I'm the kiiiing," building the assured track ("Tha King") around a sleek "Hit It Run" sample. On that song, T.I. wanders around the rap iconography of the South, asserting himself the new leader and claiming that his ascendance came without the aid of major guest appearances on his previous album.
    With URBAN LEGEND, however, the cast list is practically overwhelming (Trick Daddy, Lil' Kim, Lil Jon, Lil Wayne), but smartly, T.I. lets his own lyrical light shine until the seventh track, when Nelly comes in for the slick, Jazze Pha-produced "Get Loose." Throughout the album, T.I. unleashes his brash swagger, and his delivery brims with an earnest confidence. URBAN LEGEND reveals a rapper comfortable in his game, both riding solo and bouncing his rhymes off of others.

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (p.84) - "Backed by synths for a sound he regards as counter-crunk, he lays out his defense in lyrical volleys..." - Grade: B+
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