Review: Juvenile – 400 Degreez

Juvenile – 400 Degreez is the album that catapulted Cash Money Records into mainstream success and stardom. The loudness of New Orleans bounce is what helped this album become a success. Juvenile never fails to disappoint audiences with his raps.

The song Back That Azz Up is what made Cash Money take over the years of 1998 through 2001. The loudness of New Orleans bounce sound in this song and its versatile sexually provocative lyrics are what made the song an international success.

Ha is the other song which made Juvenile a mainstream success due to his unique style of rapping where he ends every line with “ha”. The song also has that New Orleans bounce sound. Juvenile comes with that Dirty South rap sound. You can never go wrong when you have Mannie Fresh producing a song for you. His beats are pure fire!

Mannie Fresh put down the hardest beats on the title track. There is no denying that. Cash Money was slaying all that came against them. Juvenile was no exception as he was their most exceptional lyricist.

Juvenile On Fire is a cautionary tale telling us not all women can be trusted. Fellas, some of these chicks out here be sack chasers. Be careful for that especially. Juvenile On Fire is true in that sense. It’s sociology on music here.

Follow Me Now calms down the mood of this album. The song similar to a fiesta and has a Brazilian tropicana vibe. Follow Me Now is one of Juvenile’s underrated songs that have lyrical skill.

I rate this album 5/5*****!!

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