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Wicked Buddah Baby
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Wicked Buddah Baby
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
 
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All Artists: 3-2
Title: Wicked Buddah Baby
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Virgin Records Us
Release Date: 9/17/1996
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
Styles: West Coast, Pop Rap, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 724384208721, 724384208745
 

CD Reviews

BLAC MONKS LEAD MAN, RELEASES AMAZING SOLO
D.U.I. - Donnie Understands Intelli | Dartmouth, Nova Scotia | 02/04/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"MR. 3-2 IS PROBABLY ONE OF THE MOST UNDERRATED RAP ARTISTS OUT THERE. HE BROUGHT US "BLAC MONKS - SECRETS OF THE HIDDEN TEMPLE", WHICH I FIND TO BE ONE THE BEST UNDERGROUND ALBUMS IN RAP-A-LOT HISTORY, AND ONE OF THE BEST IN THE LAST DECADE OF SOUTHERN HIP-HOP. HE ALSO BROUGHT US "BLAC MONKS - NO MERCY", WHICH WAS NOT AS GOOD, BUT NOT BAD.

THIS ALBUM THOUGH, "THE WICKED BUDDAH BABY", IS A SMOOTH, WEED SMOKIN', DRINKIN', CHILLIN', AND RIDIN' CLASSIC. I PASSED THIS C.D. ABOUT 5 TIMES. I WAS LOOKING UP BLAC MONKS ON-LINE ONE DAY, AND NOTICED THAT THE MAIN RAPPER, WAS 3-2, SO I RAN DOWN TO THE LOCAL PAWN SHOP DOWNTOWN, AND I BOUGHT IT. $4.00. THAT'S IT. THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST INVESTMENTS I EVER MADE. THIS GOES FOR ALMOST $40.00.

OBVIOUSLY, PEOPLE KNOW HOW GOOD IT IS. IT'S RARE, IT'S LONG, AND IT'S AMAZING. HERE IS HOW THE ALBUM GOES.

3-2 THE WICKED BUDDAH BABY

1. Buddah Baby Intro
2. Comin Down (ft.Sonia Moore)
3. Dressed 2 Kill
4. My Sweet Trick
5. Them Against Me
6. Welcome To The Slab
7. Turning Lane (ft. South Side Playaz)
8. Kickin Flowz
9. Hit The Highway (ft. Too Short, Eightball & MJG)
10. You Wanna Ride (ft. UGK)
11. Buddah Nature
12. Buddah Baby Outro

ALWAYS ABOUT THE BUDDAH, ALWAYS GOOD. BUY THIS IF YOU CAN FIND IT, OR CAN AFFORD IT. IT IS A GREAT FIND. MELLOW, AND RELAXING, HUMOROUS, AND STRAIGHT FORWARD.

PEACE."
Trill Gangsta Boogie Music From Lord 3-2
G-Funk 4ever | Listenin' to the Delfonics | 11/28/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"H-Town's own, Tre Deuce, hooks up with legendary producers like Swift, John Bido, Mike Dean and the always awesome N.O. Joe and delivers us with an album full of nathan but fire! The Wicked Buddah Baby is the quintessential rider album. His loc'd up flows and the awesome melodic G-Funk beats get you in the mood to tear the streets up. The album is fun to listen to, not too overly violent or depressing, he can get serious on tracks like "Them Against Me", but he can also be a little humorous and at times laid back on other tracks like "Kickin Flowz." Standout tracks include the relaxing "Buddah Nature (remix)," the bass heavy "Welcome tp the Slab," the sick rider anthem with UGK "Do You Wanna Ride," and "Comin' Down;" heck, just about everythang here slams! Rap-A-Lot is a legendary label and albums like this are testament to it!"
The Blac Monk Funk has arrived on the Scene!
Ice Cream Man | DC | 03/02/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I've been a big fan of Three 2's work as a Convict and w/Blac Monks, but dude def. can put it down on his own. Took me forever to finally get a copy of this record, but it was worth the wait. Plenty of laid back flow from Tre Deuce on beats from Houston legends John Bido & Mike Dean. If you can ever manage to find this album for a reasonable price, i'de recommend coppin' it!"