Life After Cash Money

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Life After Cash Money
B.g. life after cash money.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 27, 2004
Recorded2003-2004
GenreGangsta rap, Southern hip hop
LabelChopper City, Koch
ProducerChristopher Dorsey(Executive)
Carol Dorsey (Executive)
C-Los Beats
Cracktracks
Dani Kartel
G-Sta
Da Architeks(jean Daniel Perkins and Pallo Da Jinnt)
Hush
Bass Heavy
KLC
Sinista
DJ Smurf
K.I.D.D.
B.G. chronology
Livin' Legend
(2003)
Life After Cash Money
(2004)
The Heart of tha Streetz, Vol. 1
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3.5/5 stars[1]
RapReviews(6/10)[2]
Rolling Stone3/5 stars[3]

Life After Cash Money is the seventh studio album by American rapper B.G.. It was released on July 27, 2004 on Chopper City Records and Koch Records. The album has production from DJ Smurf, Sinista, Dani Kartel, Da Architeks, K.I.D.D., KLC, and more. The album features the single "My World I Want It". There are guest appearances from the Chopper City Boyz, T.I. and Ying Yang Twins. To date this album has sold 440,000 copies.[4][5]

Background[edit]

B.G.'s rapping skills made money for the Cash Money label before he was a teenager. On 2004's Life after Cash Money, B.G. shows easy vocals gliding over magnificent Dirty South beats. He is no longer affiliated with the record company with which he was practically synonymous in the 1990s (this is his second record for Koch Records).

Like many rappers in the southern states, B.G. blends a sense of humor with a darker worldview, and occasionally leans towards the violent landscapes of the Geto Boys. On the anthemic "Factory." B.G. displays his prowess in lyrical potency while throwing in a reference to his past on "My World I Want It.'" He also proves he can change gears effectively on the semi-lewd, 1970s-inspired, funk-infused ballad "Bust a Move."

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleProducer(s)Length
1."Intro" (featuring Ziggler the Wiggler)Hush2:56
2."Geezy Where U Been" (featuring Ziggler the Wiggler)Crack Tracks4:06
3."My Life"Hush5:16
4."My World (I Want It)"DJ Smurf4:09
5."Don't Talk to Me"KLC5:08
6."Walk With Me" (featuring Gar)Dani Kartel3:26
7."Get Wild With It" (featuring Ying Yang Twins)Sinista3:16
8."Factory" (featuring Gar, Hakim and Sniper)Bass Heavy4:54
9."Do What You Wanna Do" (featuring 6 Shot and Big Gipp) 4:01
10."Right Now"C-Los3:55
11."Street Nigga" (featuring T.I.)Hush5:04
12."Rolling In My Cadillac"Speedy4:13
13."I Wanna Fuck" (featuring Conrad, Gar, Hakim and Sniper)G-STA5:10
14."Don't Wanna Be With Out You" (featuring Gar and Reel)Arciteks5:17
15."Like That" (featuring Soulja Slim)Dani Kartel3:30
16."Hold That Thought"K.I.D.D.3:44
17."Doing My Thang"Dani Kartel3:43
18."Bust a Move" (featuring Gar)Dani Kartel4:36

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ RapReviews review
  3. ^ "Rolling Stone review". Archived from the original on May 14, 2008. Retrieved 2010-03-16.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  4. ^ Six Shot (May 8, 2004) B.G. Mulls 'Life After Cash Money'!
  5. ^ Rap News Network. (July 20, 2004) Hip-Hop News: B.G. On Rap City & New Album Drop