Livin' Legend

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Livin' Legend
Studio album by B.G.
Released February 25, 2003
Recorded 2001-2003
Genre Southern Rap, Gangsta Rap
Length 2:23:46
Label Chopper City, Koch
Producer Christopher Dorsey(Executive)
Carol Dorsey
T. Smooth
K.I.D.D.
Kenoe
DJ Smurf
Clinton Sparks
Beat Doctor
B.G. chronology
Checkmate
(2000)
Livin' Legend
(2003)
Life After Cash Money
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
RapReviews (7/10)[1]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[2]

Livin' Legend is seventh studio album and the first album by B.G. since departing from Cash Money Records and is also his first release under his own imprint Chopper City Records. The album contains production from Kenoe, K.I.D.D., Clinton Sparks,and Beat Doctor. B.G. also introduces his artists, Gar, Hakizzle and Snipe to the world. "Let It Flow", "Keep It Gangsta", and "Fuck You" were released on vinyl. A music video for "Keep It Gangsta" was released in summer 2003.[3]

Track listing[edit]

# Song Featured Artists
1 Fuck u (Intro)
2 I'm Out Here Hakim & Sniper
3 Clean Up Man, Pt. 2
4 I Keep It Gangsta (Baby & Lil' Wayne Diss)
5 Hottest of the Hot
6 The Club Scene (Skit)
7 Batt'em Up Gar & Redd
8 Only 4 U Wyndi
9 Real Niggas and Real Bitches
10 Do What You Do Hakim
11 Let It Flow Chopper City Boyz & Wyndi
12 R.I.P.
13 My Son & Daughter
14 Just Like That
15 Duckin the Law Sniper & Hakim
16 Shoot'em Up & Bang Bang, Pt. 2
17 Reality Check, Pt. 2 (Cash Money Records Diss)
18 Hottest of the Hot [Michael "Beat-N-Azz" Crooms Remix]

Bonus CD[edit]

# Song Featured Artists
1 Keep It Real Gar
2 Bling Bling Slim
3 That's What I Want
4 Fuck That Shit
5 For Tha Money 7th Ward Soulja
6 Jack Who, Take What?
7 Thought I Was Gone
8 Been Doin This
9 Catch the Wall Hakim & Josephine Johnny
10 Replacement Killers Kenoe & Wood
11 In the Hood
12 The Second Line
13 U Not My Dog Soulja Slim
14 However U Want It Gar & Hakim
15 Throw Your Hands Up Hakim
16 Reality Check, Pt. 1 (Lil' Wayne & Baby Diss)
17 Hottest of the Hot (Clinton Sparks Remix)

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