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Download links and information about Beast by V. I. C.. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:04:54 minutes.

Artist: V. I. C.
Release date: 2008
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:04:54
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No. Title Length
1. Beast 3:48
2. Bop Skit 0:40
3. Bop, Bop, Bop 4:01
4. We Ridin' (Batman) [Radio Edit] 3:37
5. Flawless 3:28
6. Get Silly 3:48
7. Jaw Jackin 4:16
8. Beat That 4:05
9. Wobble Skit 0:25
10. Wobble 5:21
11. Blow My Mind 4:09
12. Do You Know 4:10
13. By Faith 3:17
14. Can I Get Her 3:28
15. Duck Off Skit 0:28
16. Duck Off 4:03
17. Wifey Type 4:10
18. I'm the Sh** 3:28
19. Get Silly (Mr. ColliPark Remix) [feat. E-40, Jermaine Dupri, Bun B, Polow Da Don, Soulja Boy Tell'em and Unk] 4:12



Sold as a protégé of the uncool, not hip, and still selling-like-hotcakes Soulja Boy, Atlanta rapper V.I.C. shares the same love of party rap as his ringtone king mentor, and there's no doubt his single "Get Silly" is perfect for any intoxicated Friday night. Produced by Soulja Boy, the cut takes full advantage of V.I.C.'s brash sense of humor, his overabundant amount of swagger, and his vocal device of dropping the last note of any given verse, pitching it way down with that smarmy tone of self-satisfaction. Adding the Batman theme to this formula makes "We Ridin'" with Hurricane Chris a good time, and the hyperactive bongos that producer Mr. Collipark lays on "Wobble" are irresistible, but all the boasting and smugness become tiresome as the album drags on for a horribly overstuffed 19 tracks. Soulja Boy may be the one drawing the ire of the hardcore set, but it's V.I.C. who seems the bigger threat, posturing and declaring himself harder than thou. Beast sounds as if it were designed to be somewhere between pop-rap and the more provocative style of Webbie. Given the right artist, "tween-hop" might just work when it comes to albums, but in the hands of the one-trick pony V.I.C., it's more a singles genre.