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The Mind of Mannie Fresh


Download links and information about The Mind of Mannie Fresh by Mannie Fresh. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 30 tracks with total duration of 01:18:52 minutes.

Artist: Mannie Fresh
Release date: 2004
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 30
Duration: 01:18:52
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No. Title Length
1. Intro 2:29
2. Conversation (featuring Tateeze) 3:55
3. Answering Machine (Skit) 0:31
4. Chubby Boy 3:58
5. Phone Message No. 1 (Skit) 0:38
6. Beautiful Bi**h 3:46
7. Wayne's Takeover 1 2:20
8. Pu**y Power 3:31
9. Phone Message No. 2 (Skit) 0:45
10. We Fresh (featuring Lil Wayne) 3:32
11. Mississippi (Skit) 0:05
12. Go With Me (featuring Baby?) 3:45
13. Lady Lady (featuring Lil Wayne) 3:57
14. Nothing Compares to Love (Kids Song) 4:07
15. Wayne's Takeover 2 2:47
16. How We Ride (featuring Jasper, Bun B, David Banner) 4:20
17. Not Tonight 4:06
18. The DJ 1:27
19. Real Big 3:48
20. Great Moments in the Ghetto No. 1 1:02
21. Tell It Like It Is 3:11
22. Dinner Lude 1:12
23. Day In the Life (Caddilac Doors) 3:33
24. Great Moments In the Ghetto No. 2 0:56
25. I Know You Ain't Happy 3:09
26. Phone Message No. 3 (Skit) 0:31
27. Fight Song 4:18
28. Mayor Song 1:59
29. Swingers & Singers 0:28
30. Shake That A** (featuring Tateeze, Lil' Mo, The Reel) 4:46



A genius producer known for crafting every single one of Cash Money's smash hits ("Bling Bling," "Back That Azz Up," "Ha," etc), Mannie Fresh is a true New Orleans hip-hop pioneer, who started DJing and putting out records back in the ‘80s. His electro-infused sensibilities, rapid-fire 808 fills, and wild keyboards dominated the charts for years, and influenced countless beatmakers who came up in his wake. On this, his first "solo" album, he unleashes an overwhelming 30 tracks, enlisting lyrical assistance from Lil Wayne, Petey Pablo, David Banner, Bun B, and Baby the Birdman. On the mic, his style is highly charismatic and generally hilarious, with an unusual but intriguing mix of self-deprecating humor and abundant boasting, comedy-infused raps, and over-the-top R&B meanderings. This album wasn't a huge commercial hit, and Mannie left the troubled label shortly after its release, but there are some really fantastic tracks on here, and it's difficult not to crack a chuckle at some of the outlandish wordplay. Check out the gearhead epic "How We Ride," the scratch-filled "The DJ," and the triumphant lead single "Real Big."