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Tell Me When To Go

by E-40

Tell Me When To Go by E-40

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Tell Me When To Go

by E-40

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Label: Warner Reprise
It's ironic, though perhaps necessary, that the nation's introduction to the Bay Area's hyphy movement comes via the King of Crunk. Lil' Jon handles the production duties and the big bass lines are vintage ATL bombast. Fortunately, the dreaded one keeps the synth embellishments to a minimum so that E-40, one of rap's most idiosyncratic rappers, has room to flow.

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It's ironic, though perhaps necessary, that the nation's introduction to the Bay Area's hyphy movement comes via the King of Crunk. Lil' Jon handles the production duties and the big bass lines are vintage ATL bombast. Fortunately, the dreaded one keeps the synth embellishments to a minimum so that E-40, one of rap's most idiosyncratic rappers, has room to flow.

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About This Album

It's ironic, though perhaps necessary, that the nation's introduction to the Bay Area's hyphy movement comes via the King of Crunk. Lil' Jon handles the production duties and the big bass lines are vintage ATL bombast. Fortunately, the dreaded one keeps the synth embellishments to a minimum so that E-40, one of rap's most idiosyncratic rappers, has room to flow.