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Juvenile, Project English

Audio CD

Disk ID: 1667437

Disk length: 1h 11m 20s (16 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 2001

Label: Unknown

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Tracks & Durations

1. Intro - let's roll 2:27
2. Set it off 4:28
3. H. B. HeadBusta 4:18
4. 4 Minutes feat. The hot boys 4:34
5. My life feat. TQ 4:51
6. Get your hustle on feat. the big tymers 4:57
7. Sunshine 4:37
8. Be gone feat. the big Tymers 5:26
9. Mamma got ass 4:39
10. They lied feat. the big Tymers 4:57
11. White girl feat. lil Wayne, Baby and Turk 4:42
12. In ya ass 4:59
13. Set it off (Remix Radio) feat. lil Wayne and Baby 4:16
14. In the nolia 4:27
15. What U scared 4 feat. lil Wayne 4:07
16. Outro - Let's go 3:26

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Project English doesn't contain an instantly recognizable chartbuster like "Back That Azz Up" or "Ha" from the 400 Degreez album, but that's not even the issue here. Like Master P and the No Limit camp before him, Juvenile and his Cash Money clique's fame clock will continue to run at 14:57 (and counting) until he diversifies his sound and subject matter. The reggae-tinged "Sunshine" repositions Juvenile and his crew as rap innovators, introducing listeners to some new slum slanguage ("sunshining" is a "bling, bling"-like slang term for jewelry). "Mamma Got Ass" is another notable yet unintentionally comedic tune where Juvenile explains how genetics influence the big bums he fancies. "Set It Off" and "Get Your Hustle On," meanwhile, contain the in-your-face misogyny and materialism that bog down portions of the release. On "My Life," Juvenile's fictional storytelling shines through as he crafts an action-filled tale of rising up from rags to bitches, er...riches. Ultimately, the lack of outside producers holds back Project English. Cash Money Records' in-house knob-twiddler Mannie Fresh's creative wellspring is running dry; the drum programming and keyboard stylings in the second half of the album start to sound way too familiar. In the end, "White Girl" (a metaphor for crack cocaine) is the kind of electrofunk with smart rhymes that will remind the Cash Money constituency why they should continue to buy Juvenile's albums. --Dalton Higgins

Other Versions

Albums are mined from the various public resources and can be actually the same but different in the tracks length only. We are keeping all versions now.

Project English

Tracks: 16, Disk length: 1h 11m 31s (+0m 11s)

Project English

Tracks: 16, Disk length: 1h 11m 1s (-1m 41s)

Project English

Tracks: 16, Disk length: 1h 10m 38s (-1m 18s)

Project English

Tracks: 16, Disk length: 1h 12m 3s (+0m 43s)

Project English

Tracks: 16, Disk length: 1h 12m 55s (+1m 35s)

Project English

Tracks: 14 (-2 tracks), Disk length: 1h 4m 22s (-7m 2s)

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