Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Heat 4 Yo Azz
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
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Celly Cel brings the heat on his debut
J. H Meeks | St. Louis, MO | 08/01/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Celly Cel brings some straight g-funk on this CD back in '94. The production by Mike Mosley & Sam Bostic is dope especially on "Bailin' Thru The Hood" with B-Legit is an instant classic with Mosley doing the boards. This CD did not get a lot of pub where I'am from here in crappy St. Louis, MO. Some other dope tracks are "What's A Nigga To Do", "Hot Sunny Day", & there is a bonus track on the CD that I have call "Zig Zags & Body Bags". This CD along with "Killa Kali" is about a tie but I would give "Killa Kali" the edge with better production. So if you are an old school gangsta rap lover, pick this up."
A good first album for a rapper.
mr_yuck | Spokane, WA. USA | 02/25/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Dis album is phat. Celly Cel's first stuff is well worth gettin'. Check dis Celly Cel album out. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if ya got questions or anythang."
Classic 9-Fo (94) Mobbin
G-Funk 4ever | Listenin' to the Delfonics | 02/05/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Celly Cel's debut album, Heat 4 Yo Azz is yet another reason why 1994 is one of my favorite years in rap history. Mike Mosely, Sam Bostic, and Studio Ton set Celly up with some sick G-Funk beats that u can only find around this time, many are influenced by the P-Funk music of the 70's like "Funk 4 Life" and "What Am I Supposed To Do." Celly Cel has a sick flow and gives you pure gangsta rhymes throughout. The title track is sick, with the beat sampling the beginning of the One Way classic "Cutie Pie," but instead of becoming fun and relaxing like the original, Mosely and Bostic take it in a sav direction, one of the hardest Sick Wid' It beats with Celly Cel givin you front row seats to gun smoke and robberies. "Hot Sunny Day" is a more laid-back, summer bar-b-q, ridin thru the hood, fun time track with Levitti and Marjuna Mitchell, and "Bailin' Thru My Hood" with B-Legit is a sick rider anthem. Gangsta rap may not have been anything new in 1994, but Celly Cel has an intriguing and entertaining way of givin you the 411 on life in the hood."