The album Mac Dre – Thizzelle Washington is filled with the tongue-in-cheek humor with a certain degree of attitude in happy-go-lucky humor. This album is quite brehsive! Every track is a banger and worthy of playing. No song is worth skipping. This album will leave an everlasting effect into your life. Bay Area legends such as Yukmouth, Rydah J. Klyde, Dubee, and Chuck Beez make guest appearances. Thizzelle Washington was released in 2004 on Thizz of course.
Boss Tycoon is about how Mac Dre ran the Thizz scene like a boss. He’s a boss with it. He was known as a cut-throat hustler to the underground. This is a pure gangsta track. Let me put it that way.
The song Stuart Littles is about gaining monetary profits from drug distributing on the mean streets while trying to make it out the hood without getting killed or indicted in the process. The twangy outlaw country guitar adds to that Wild West sound of this track. The song is a little bit of country rap mixed with that hyphy sound. Stuart Littles is dedicated to the freaks, females, hustlers, and drug distributors out there in the Bay Area.
Monday thru Sunday is about how Mac Dre promotes the Thizz lifestyle of prostitution, paraphernalia, music, and unemployment. All that good shit! What could be more gangsta than smoking reefer during the morning in the Bay Area in Vallejo, Cali? Now that’s Thizz!
The Mac named Dre is autobiographical track that needs no long explanation as the song is pretty much self-explanatory itself. It’s about why Mac Dre is The Mac. Let me put it that way. This track was a dedication to long deceased Bay Area rapper The Mac.
I rate this album 5/5*****!!