613: Ashy To Classy - Field Mob Reviews
Description:Genre: Hip-Hop & Rap - Southern / Artist: Field Mob / Enhanced / Audio CD released 2000-12-12 at Mca / Disc #1 ... more
613: Ashy To Classy - Field Mob ... Tracklisting
1 Ashy to Classy (Intro)
2 Can't Stop Us
3 Project Dreamz
4 Dead in Your Chevy
5 Da' Durty
6 My Main Roni - Field Mob,
7 Cheatin' on We
8 Waiting [Spoken Interlude]
9 Channel 613, Pt. 1
10 Dimez [Jazzy B's]
11 Crutch - Field Mob,
12 Shake Sumpthin' - Field Mob, Papa Reu
13 Hey Shawty - Field Mob, Suthern Klick
Newest Review: ... an impact. With it a southern group, a club one would be preferable. **Three Stars** 4. "Dead In Your ... more
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Field Mob 613: Ashy to Classy
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by - written on 24/03/09 (Very useful, 71 readings)
"613: Ashy To Classy" came out in 2000, and was the debut album from the Field Mob. The duo of from Albany, Georgia promote themselves as exactly what they are, and are not afraid to do things as 'Country Rappers', in a follow-up to others from the southern area who had some success around the time (such as UGK, OutKast and David Banner). This is pre-Crunk, so don't expect any of the energetic club tunes from this album, but Smoke and Shawn Jay do something rather original here by keeping things just as they are, and even rapping with the thickest country accents they can manage. 1. "Ashy To Classy" (Intro" 2. "Can't ... Read the complete review
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