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U Gotta Feel Me


Download links and information about U Gotta Feel Me by Lil' Flip. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:26:32 minutes.

Artist: Lil' Flip
Release date: 2004
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:26:32
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No. Title Length
1. I Came to Bring the Pain (featuring Static, Titty Boy, Ludacris) 4:47
2. The Ghetto 2:22
3. Bounce 4:31
4. All I Know 2:56
5. Game Over (Flip) 3:52
6. Sun Don't Shine 3:25
7. Represent (featuring Three 6 Mafia, David Banner) 4:32
8. Rags 2 Riches 4:09
9. Ain't No Party 3:46
10. Check (Let's Ride) 3:48
11. Dem Boyz 4:04
12. Sunshine 3:45
13. Y'All Don't Want It 4:51
14. We Ain't Playin 4:36
15. U Neva Know 4:08
16. Throw Up Yo' Hood 3:20
17. Drugz (Screwed) 4:36
18. Where I'm From (featuring Grafh, Gravy, Will Lean) 4:59
19. Dem Boyz (Remix Screwed) (featuring Skillz1) 5:16
20. What's My Name 5:13
21. Ain't No N**** (featuring David Banner) 3:36



Lil’ Flip’s immense 2004 double album, U Gotta Feel Me, is the most successful release of the Texas rapper’s career. It arrived at the perfect time: at 23, Flip was reaching his creative prime, and the national media was just starting to home in on the regional rap style of Flip’s native Houston. With its hulking basslines and ingenious interpolation of arcade game effects, “Game Over” is one of only a few songs that deserve to be in the dictionary next to the definition of “Houston rap anthem.” The equally popular “Sunshine” was Flip’s answer to the sleek and sweet love songs of Jay-Z, but U Gotta Feel Me is best when it focuses on the heaving tempos indigenous to Houston. Only Flip’s most dedicated local fans will know “Bounce,” “Represent,” and “We Ain’t Playin’,” but these songs embody his signature disposition: relaxed menace. “Sunshine” finds its counterpoint in “Sun Don’t Shine,” an ode to living through tribulation: “In life you go through joy and pain/And when somebody close die, it give you a migraine/And a whole lotta stress, a whole lotta tears/Days turn into nights, nights turn into years.”