Juvenile

Juvenile's debut album, recorded for Warlock, features the New Orleans rapper working through his distinctive bounce music with emphasis on club grooves and MC chatter. Though the sound is similar to Master P.'s No Limit posse, Being Myself fulfills the promise in the title for the most part, esp...

Among the flurry of Cash Money releases during the late '90s, 400 Degreez certainly stands out, and not just as Juvenile's shining moment but also as the album that forced everyone to suddenly take this Dirty South collective very seriously. Before 400 Degreez, Cash Money had been operating relat...

There's a bit of tongue-in-cheek humor to Juvenile's street-level raps on Solja Rags, and that's just about all that's salvageable from this Cash Money release. Guests include Magnolia Shorty, the Hot Boys, Big Moe, and the Big Tymers.

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Juvenile and Cash Money in-house producer Mannie Fresh try a fresh approach on Project English, the follow-up album to Tha G-Code (1999), which had been an uninspired remake of the rapper's breakthrough album, 400 Degreez (1998). Though Project English is indeed an improvement, graced with a stro...

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