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Tracklist

617 Intro
Who Is Benzino?
Bang Ta Dis
Feel Your Pain
We Reppin Ya'll
Halfway (Skit)
Figadoh
Got No Weed (Skit)
Nobody Liver
Phone (Skit)
Picture This
Any Questions
No Parts Of Us
Road Rage (Skit)
Ghetto Child
JB's Floatin' (Skit)
G-A-N-G-S-T-E-R
Big Trev (Skit)
Boottee
The Jump Up
Shine Like My Son
I'm Fucked Up
Nate's Place (Skit)
Throw Dem 3's (Boston Niggas)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
440 014 981-2 Benzino The Benzino Project ‎(CD, Album) Motown 440 014 981-2 US 2001
440 014 981-2 Benzino The Benzino Project ‎(2xLP, Album) Motown 440 014 981-2 US 2001
440 014 981-1 Benzino The Benzino Project ‎(2xLP, Album) Motown 440 014 981-1 US 2001
440 014 980-2 Benzino The Benzino Project ‎(CD, Album) Motown 440 014 980-2 US 2001
none Benzino The Benzino Project ‎(CDr, Promo) Motown none 2001
440 014 981-4 Benzino The Benzino Project ‎(Cass, Album) Motown 440 014 981-4 US 2001
WKS59173 Benzino The Benzino Remix Project ‎(CD, Album) Surrender Records WKS59173 US 2002

Benzino - The Benzino Project FLAC album

Musician performer: Benzino

Title: The Benzino Project

Country: US

Date of release: 2001

Genre: Hip hop

Size FLAC: 1147 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 195

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Despite it still all being unproven, it is safe to assume that the rumors that Ray got his many record deals because of his connection to Dave Mays, Ya know, the guy who used to run the Source, are true. The many high profile guests on here are in it for good publicity. Ray Dog certainly did get some questionably high ratings in the Source for his albums for a man who "professional critics" spit on and Funkmaster Flex once called "the absolute worst rapper ever". This certainly wasn't the first time Ray fucked up. The same thing had happened to three previously released posse albums.If only the rest of the media weren't such partypoopers and would've shut up about that messy Source-affair this album might've done okay both critically and commercially because even if Snoop Dogg, Scarface, Prodigy, P!nk, Teddy Riley and some of rap's lesser gods were in it for personal gain that doesn't mean their contributions are worthless. Matter of fact they mostly bring their A-game to this project. This is one of the albums main strengths. It feels like a lot of people coming together to make some good music.The beats on this are bangin' courtesy of the Hangmen 3, a production outfit of which Benzino himself is a part. The beats on this are like a smoothed out version of those on classic mid '90s hardcore rap albums like "Ready To Die" or "Reasonable Doubt". This is for hiphop heads only though. There are very little crossover songs. Actually, the only really bad songs on this are those outdated "club bangers" courtesy of R&B-producer Teddy Riley: "Figadoh" and "Boottee"Did I miss anything? Right! Benzino himself. Well the Flex-quote is a bit harsh but he's a vexingly mediocre lyricist, a decent rhymer and okay spitter. He's mostly harmless but rarely sounds like the main star. As a whole this album works extremely well. Songs like "Bang ta Dis", "Feel Ya Pain", "Any Questions","No Part Of Us" and "The Jump Up" are would-have-been-classics-if-Benzino-didn't-behave-like-such-a-Jackass-all-the-time. Alas, he fucked that up for himself. This however doesn't make this a bad album. If you find this on e-bay or amazon or in the used or discount section of your local record store for a few bucks by all means do give it a chance. This isn't really a classic piece of art but rather a well made piece of industry clout-showing product and despite being more hit than miss there are some songs on here that are plain stupid because 'Zino takes centre stage and suddenly isn't that entertaining or because they are bad crossover attempts.That still leaves this album miles above anything Soulja Boy has, is and will be doing EVER.Rating: 7 outta 10Best tracks: "We Reppin'", "No Part of Us", "Ghetto Child", "Any Questions", "The Jump Up"
Broadcaster
Despite it still all being unproven, it is safe to assume that the rumors that Ray got his many record deals because of his connection to Dave Mays, Ya know, the guy who used to run the Source, are true. The many high profile guests on here are in it for good publicity. Ray Dog certainly did get some questionably high ratings in the Source for his albums for a man who "professional critics" spit on and Funkmaster Flex once called "the absolute worst rapper ever". This certainly wasn't the first time Ray fucked up. The same thing had happened to three previously released posse albums.If only the rest of the media weren't such partypoopers and would've shut up about that messy Source-affair this album might've done okay both critically and commercially because even if Snoop Dogg, Scarface, Prodigy, P!nk, Teddy Riley and some of rap's lesser gods were in it for personal gain that doesn't mean their contributions are worthless. Matter of fact they mostly bring their A-game to this project. This is one of the albums main strengths. It feels like a lot of people coming together to make some good music.The beats on this are bangin' courtesy of the Hangmen 3, a production outfit of which Benzino himself is a part. The beats on this are like a smoothed out version of those on classic mid '90s hardcore rap albums like "Ready To Die" or "Reasonable Doubt". This is for hiphop heads only though. There are very little crossover songs. Actually, the only really bad songs on this are those outdated "club bangers" courtesy of R&B-producer Teddy Riley: "Figadoh" and "Boottee"Did I miss anything? Right! Benzino himself. Well the Flex-quote is a bit harsh but he's a vexingly mediocre lyricist, a decent rhymer and okay spitter. He's mostly harmless but rarely sounds like the main star. As a whole this album works extremely well. Songs like "Bang ta Dis", "Feel Ya Pain", "Any Questions","No Part Of Us" and "The Jump Up" are would-have-been-classics-if-Benzino-didn't-behave-like-such-a-Jackass-all-the-time. Alas, he fucked that up for himself. This however doesn't make this a bad album. If you find this on e-bay or amazon or in the used or discount section of your local record store for a few bucks by all means do give it a chance. This isn't really a classic piece of art but rather a well made piece of industry clout-showing product and despite being more hit than miss there are some songs on here that are plain stupid because 'Zino takes centre stage and suddenly isn't that entertaining or because they are bad crossover attempts.That still leaves this album miles above anything Soulja Boy has, is and will be doing EVER.Rating: 7 outta 10Best tracks: "We Reppin'", "No Part of Us", "Ghetto Child", "Any Questions", "The Jump Up"