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Young Jeezy - Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 mp3 flac download

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Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101
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Thug Rap
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Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 is the major label debut studio album by American rapper Young Jeezy. It was released on July 26, 2005, by his indie record label Corporate Thugz, under the distribution from Def Jam. On the UK's album release, it features the remixed version of "Go Crazy", featuring guest appearance from rapper Jay-Z. The album was supported by 4 singles: "And Then What" featuring Mannie Fresh, "Soul Survivor" featuring Akon, "Go Crazy" and "My Hood".

Boyz N da Hood hit the Top Five the week it was released, and Young Jeezy - the group's most visible member - wound up releasing Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 only a month later.

Let's Get It, Sky's the Limit. 5. And Then What (feat. 7. Last of a Dying Breed (feat. Trick Daddy, Young Buck & Lil' Will). 9. Bottom of the Map.

Tracklist: 1. Thug Motivation 101, 2. Standin’ Ovation, 3. Gangsta Music, 4. Let’s Get It, Sky’s The Limit, 5. And Then What, 6. Go Crazy, 7. Last Of A Dying Breed, 8. My Hood, 9. Bottom Of The Map, 10. Get Ya Mind Right, 11. Trapstar, 12. Bang, 13. Don’t Get Caught, 14. Soul Survivor, 15. Trap Or Die, 16. Tear It Up, 17. That’s How Ya Feel, 18. Talk To ‘Em, 19. Air Forces. More albums from Young Jeezy: Come Shop Wit’ Me by Young Jeezy. TM:103 (Hustlerz Ambition) by Young Jeezy. The Recession by Young Jeezy. Trap Or Die 3 by Young Jeezy. I Am The Street Dream by Young Jeezy.

Get the Tempo of the tracks from Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 (2005) by Young Jeezy. This album has an average beat per minute of 118 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 72/175 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101. 1. Thug Motivation.

Yeeeaaahhhh", "Ha,ha". Honestly, this album was just an ad-lib monster. I truly could not really follow Jeezy's first official studio release. Whatever he was saying on "TM:101" was overshadowed by the repetitive ad-libs, that ultimately would go on to inspire trap rap's now massive usage of ad-libs to make up for lackluster lyrics.

1 Thug Motivation 101 Young Jeezy 가사 재생. 2 Standing Ovation Young Jeezy 가사 재생. 3 Gangsta Music Young Jeezy 가사 재생. 4 Lets Get It/Sky's The . .Young Jeezy 가사 재생. 5 And Then What Young Jeezy, Mannie Fresh 가사 재생. 6 Go Crazy Young Jeezy 가사 재생.

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A1 Thug Motivation 101
A2 Standin' Ovation
Producer – Drummaboy*
A3 Gangsta Music
B1 Let's Get It / Sky's The Limit
Producer – Midnight Black
B2 And Then What
Featuring – Mannie FreshProducer – Mannie Fresh
B3 Go Crazy
Producer – Don Cannon
C1 Last Of A Dying Breed
Featuring – Lil' Will, Trick Daddy, Young BuckProducer – Kevin "Khao" Cates, Sanchez*
C2 My Hood
Producer – Lil' C
C3 Bottom Of The Map
D1 Get Ya Mind Right
D2 Trapstar
Producer – Mr. Collipark
D3 Bang
Featuring – Lil' Scrappy, T.I.Producer – Jazze Pha
E1 Don't Get Caught
Producer – J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League
E2 Soul Survivor
Featuring – AkonProducer – Akon
E3 Trap Or Die
Featuring – Bun B
F1 Tear It Up
Featuring – Lloyd*, Slick PullaProducer – Midnight Black
F2 That's How Ya Feel
F3 Talk To 'Em
Producer – Nitti

Credits

  • Producer – Shawty Redd (tracks: 1, 3, 9, 10, 15, 17, 19)

Notes

10 Year Anniversary Edition

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 602547389213

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
B0004421-02 Young Jeezy Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 ‎(CD, Album) Def Jam Recordings, Corporate Thugz Entertainment B0004421-02 US 2005
B0004421-02 IN02 Young Jeezy Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 ‎(CD, Album, Club) Def Jam Recordings B0004421-02 IN02 US 2005
DEFF 16308-2 Young Jeezy Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 ‎(CD, Promo, Smplr) Def Jam Recordings DEFF 16308-2 US 2005
0602498808559 Young Jeezy Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 ‎(CD, Album) Def Jam Recordings 0602498808559 Europe 2005
B0004422-02 IN02 Young Jeezy Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 ‎(CD, Album, Cle) Def Jam Recordings B0004422-02 IN02 US 2005
  • "YEEEAAAHHHH", "HA,HA". Honestly, this album was just an ad-lib monster. I truly could not really follow Jeezy's first official studio release. Whatever he was saying on "TM:101" was overshadowed by the repetitive ad-libs, that ultimately would go on to inspire trap rap's now massive usage of ad-libs to make up for lackluster lyrics. This is not to say that what Jeezy was saying was not important, for example on both The JUSTICE League helmed "Don't Get Caught" and on album opener "Thug Motivation 101" where on the former I started sweating like I just got pulled over myself even though I was just standing in my kitchen, and on the former I could just feel the roaches crawling on my skin as was mentioned in the opening lines, even though it was daytime. And I was cooking up a meal, though over the course of having my ear to the record I felt as if I was cooking up a bag to earn a meal. The hooks were infectious, just check the singles "Soul Survivor", "Air Forces" or album cuts like "Bottom Of The Map"- the whole album was full of memorable hooks, but not really any memorable verses save for the guests like Trick Daddy, Bun B, or T.I.P. pulling the weight of bar-for-bar MCing, while Jeezy tasked himself to craft contagious choruses to fit over the trunk-rattling club banger instrumentals by some of Southern's finest in Mannie Fresh, Nitti, and Drumma Boy. Even though TM:101 wasn't exactly lyrically dexterious, and one may come out with the knowledge on how to weigh things on a triple beam more than any knowledge of self, "TM:101" is still entertaining as a blaxploitation flick in the 70's - an aura of danger and promiscuity encapsulates the record but it's still at arm's length. And for those hating on the light lyrical content, Jeezy still was "Young" at this stage in his career and had many more years to become the trap-rap lyricist giant he is known as today.