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Turn It Up Edited Version. Through a prolific succession of mixtapes, Chamillionaire born Hakeem Sediki became victtory for his deep, versatile voice he sings his own hooks very effectively and lyrical ability.
Part of this is due to Ultimate Victory 's allegiance to verse-filled hip-hop and its unwillingness to repeat "Ridin" for a quick buck.
Welcome to the South. You Must Be Crazy. The Vet and The Rookie.
Chamillionaire featuring Bun B. Come Back To the Streets. The Sound of Revenge.
Tell the world that I'm more than just a grill Show you how to put ya hands on more than a wood wheel If that's all you hearing, then let me just be for real Take your contract, the hell with a record deal Keep thinking I'm gonna lose if you want to Been through ten times in life more than you gone through That's why I always have to make the move on fools Back on my feet like I got two gun shoes Yeah, why you think Em probably going all crazy?
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Welcome to the South. Ludacris] - Single BORN November 28, Sexy Trippy All Moods. The bad news is, cuamillionaire flawed, with a couple redundant numbers and a surprisingly underwhelming Lil Wayne collaboration that does the overdone guitar and "party like a rock star" thing without a hint of flair. Lil Ken Chamillionaire feat.
Past a cuamillionaire missteps, the album is a winning embrace of hip-hop with commentaries on beefs, nostalgic pining for better days, and a positive outlook for the future of the genre. Keep it on the Hush. The Sound of Revenge Screwed and Chopped.
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Ultimate Victory by Chamillionaire on Apple Music
Pimp C Chamillionaire vicyory. Come Back to the Streets. On Ultimate Victory Chamillionaire crafts more slick, sing-a-long hooks to consolidate his newfound popularity but is careful to balance hardcore lyricism and thoughtful production against the occasional flash of commercial gloss. Rotem beat, it's more concerned with hip-hop's history than selling ringtones. Bun B Chamillionaire featuring Bun B.