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Disk: 1

  1. I'm Hot
  2. Gotta Getcha
  3. Kodak Moment
  4. I Think They Like Me
  5. So What
  6. Throw'd Off
  7. Just To Fight
  8. Growin' Man
  9. 10 Toes
  10. Out Cha Hands Up
  11. Young, Fly & Flashy
  12. Keine Titelinformation (Data Track)

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EMI 873874; EMI ITALIANA - Italia; Pop Internazionale

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Jermaine Dupri stand für DA BRAT, HIMSELF und fette REMIXE in den Neunzigern! Er hatte einen eigenständigen Sound, der die Tanzflächen füllte. Mit dem Release "Young,Fly & Flashy" enttäuscht Dupri jedoch maßlos! 11 Tracks, die mehr oder weniger alle gleich klingen und auf "wannabe" Crunk machen, was ist das denn bitte? Seinen Newcomern sollte er schonmal einen kompletten eigenen Track widmen. Nein, auf jedem Song bekommen 3-4 Artists jeweils 3 Verse. Das ist ein schwacher Release, und dazu zeigt er deutlich, dass Dupri nicht mehr kreativ genug ist, um dem BIZ seinen Stempel aufzudrücken.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Young, Fly & Flashy , Vol 1 by Jermaine Dupri 18. Januar 2006
Von David Foskin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It's been nine years since So So Def CEO (and now Virgin Records' President of Black Music) Jermaine Dupri released the label's gold-certified compilation So So Def Bass All Stars, Vol. 1. Since then he has steered the careers of rappers Da Brat and Bow Wow as well as releasing three other compilations showcasing the diversity and talent among the South. In the past, all of Dupri's compilations have been launching pads for regional artists as well as critically-acclaimed albums. Not so with his latest effort, Young, Fly & Flashy Vol.1 (So So Def/Virgin). A poor attempt at showcasing the newest So So Def signees, the album falls short of providing a taste of how innovative and dope Southern Hip-Hop can be. Instead we are given a project full of lackluster tracks, recycled concepts and artists whose passion is just not enough to set them a part from the popular players of today's burgeoning Southern rap scene.

Newcomers Young Capone and The Kid Slim fail to impress on tracks like "I'm Hot" and the tedious "10 Toes". With talented artists like Boyz N Da Hood and Slim Thug repping heavily for the South, competition is too fierce for Dupri's newest draft picks to deliver with no originality. Party joints like "Gotta Getcha", which is too short to be enjoyed, and KP and Envyi's "Put Cha Hands Up" are both mediocre attempts at club-friendly radio songs. "Put Cha Hands Up" just does not get the party started the same way the duo's 1997 hit "Shorty Swing My Way" did. And what could have been a hot ode to exotic dancers if it was just a little longer ("Gotta Getcha"), clocks in at less than three minutes.

But Southern enthusiasts don't fret; all is not lost on this LP and there are a few tracks worth checking for. "Kodak Moment" is authentic down-South rider music featuring Kavious, Pastor Troy and UGK's Bun B. The addictive "I Think They Like Me" (Remix) is made for stuntin' in your ride and worth a listen just to hear Da Brat's scene-stealing bars. ATL veteran Pastor Troy shines again on "Just to Fight", which is reminiscent of his classics "No More Play in GA" and "I Declare War." Another heater, "Throw'd Off" featuring T. Waters is a catchy party joint guaranteed to have heads nodding in the club although the Asian-influenced track sounds similar to the Terror Squad's 2004 hit "Lean Back".

Staying true to today's formulaic topics (bling, pimping and the streets) combined with a lack of originality, Young, Fly and Flashy Vol. 1 could not have been more appropriately-titled. The album does little to give a true glimpse of the potential these newcomers possess, nor does it highlight the musical creativity and hit-making ability Jermaine Dupri is known and celebrated for.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen 1-1/2 stars -- Dumb, dry and trashy 28. Februar 2006
Von Anthony Rupert - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
First things first: this compilation shouldn't even be called Jermaine Dupri Presents... because JD is only involved with two songs on here (he stars in "Gotta Getcha", and he produces one other song). Anyway, I'm not exactly sure what possessed him to put together Young, Fly & Flashy Vol. 1; whether he was just thinking about "the way we were", or if he just wanted to showcase some new young talent. Actually, maybe I shouldn't have said the latter, because it looks like JD dug up some of the most UNtalented people ever.

But things aren't very inspiring with the known artists, like when J-Kwon and Daz try to save "10 Toes". And I wonder how long ago that song was made because in it, J-Kwon says he's 17, but that's how old he was when "Tipsy" came out. I don't know WHY JD decided to dig up has-beens KP & Envyi for the dismal "Put Cha Hands Up" (that title even sounds like it came from 1997), and as for "I Think They Like Me", if it's really Dem Franchize Boyz' song, how come they're the only ones in there that can't rap?

Most of the rappers on here are unknowns, but in the end they really aren't WORTH knowing because even JD is a better rapper than they are. Miss B's "Grown Man" suffers from a corny chorus, and T. Waters' "Throw'd Off" is just plain wack. And Cato's lazy "So What" made me say just that. But the album's nadir is the title track, performed by Young Capone, Midnight, Champagne Shawty and C-Dirt. Not only is there lackluster production, but the guys' rapping is so bad that they make Chingy look like Rakim.

The only saving grace to this whole compilation is Bun-B's verse on the otherwise terrible "Kodak Moment". Unlike that title, though, this album isn't anything to remember. If Jermaine ever makes a Young, Fly & Flashy Vol. 2, I'll be the first person not to get it.

Anthony Rupert
3.0 von 5 Sternen Rollercoaster 19. Dezember 2005
Von Enlightened - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Jermaine Dupri continues to do his thing despite all the criticism and contrary to popular belief, JD is a great producer. IF you still don't believe just check his track record: Xscape, Anthony Hamilton, Mariah Carey, Da Brat, Usher and more owe most of their success to JD. So haters get on ya job. If he wants to rap on his tracks he can; last time I checked other great producers Dr. Dre, Timbaland, Lil Jon, DJ Paul & Juicy J, Mannie Fresh and more aren't too great on the mic either yet they still release their own albums. And he doesn't even rap that much on this album... So quit crying!

On to this album. As a whole the album is underwhelming. For one it's not long enough. It's more of a label sampler than a true album. It's a bunch of songs put together as a compilation. So you have to judge it on the individual songs. There are clear highs on the album and clear lows. The highs of the album all come lumped together with the first 4 tracks. I'm Hot by Young Capone was an underground ATown classic, Gotta Getcha was a strip club anthem, Kodak Moment - while a bit old- was still a great song, Franchize Boyz - Oh I Think They Like Me rmx is obviously the best song on the album and one of the best songs of the year even if it does feature Bow Wow (It is, don't front!). Pastor Troy - Just To Fight is a tight song too but it was ripped straight from his album Face Off 2 which came out earlier this year. 10 Toes is the last of the high tracks featuring Stat Quo, Daz and some others it's a nice collaboration track. The rest of the tracks are weak filler material; The songs by KP & Envy from Shawty Swing My Way fame (one hit wonders), T Waters, Cato, and Miss B just don't cut it and are simply put wack. Overall it's a decent album but it seems as if it's a rollercoaster ride to get through it 2.5 stars.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Uninspired For The Most Part 29. Juli 2005
Von Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
No one can deny that Jermaine Dupri is a talented producer and rapper. He's produced material for many big time artists and has collaborated with many other artists. The one true standout on this overall mediocre album is Jermaine Dupri's performance on "Gotta Getcha". The track itself isn't truly innovative by any means, but it isn't a bad performance.

For the most part, the rest of the disc has nothing new and exciting to offer. The opening track "I'm Hot" which is Young Capone feat. Daz & T. Rock isn't a bad track at all to open the album with. The production is good and the police sounds are neat. It isn't new or truly inventive; it is however one of the best cuts from this surprisingly mediocre compilation.

"Just To Fight" is definitely one of the albums better tracks. It is Pastor Troy on the mic and he has a nice rap with a hookier hook than a considerable number of the other tracks. It still isn't particular a grammy winning performance, but it is ok.

The other tracks just don't quite do anything for me.

"I Think They Like Me (Remix)" features notable raps by Da Brat, Bow Wow, and JD, but it isn't remarkable either. The production is good, but it doesn't leave you feeling like you've experienced a truly superb cut. "Put Cha Hands Up" is alright, but after hearing it, you go SO WHAT? There are better dance, pop-rapish tracks out there done by Missy Elliott, Ciara and other newcomers; this track comes over as second rate. "Grown Man" is a pretty good track, overall. The remainder of the tracks "Kodak Moment (Remix)", "So What", "Throw'd Off", "10 Toes" and "Young, Fly & Flashy" just aren't even worth mentioning. This compilation could've been much better.

I think that had Durpi added more of an R&B edge mixed with hip-hop/rap, it would've been more varied and more exciting. Furthermore, Dupri should've urged the artist to present forward their very best material. To me, I listen to the whole collection and I think SO WHAT? because I could spend my money to buy a solo CD and it be better spent than buying such a boring, uninspired compilation of sub-par material for the most part. But in general, compilations tend to rarely work. 2 stars.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen IT'S OK 17. November 2005
Von fmwaalex - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
JERMAINE DUPRI PRESENTS

YOUNG, FLY, & FLASHY VOL.1

1.I'M HOT-the album starts with a banger that thumps like DAZ himself could have produced it. But that honor goes to NITTI & THE TRAILBLAZERS, the beat fits the title to a t, the beat is bangin. The hook is pretty hot as well, and to me this should have been the first or second single, or at least it should be the next single for the album. As far as verses go T ROCK, and YOUNG CAPONE do the dawm thang, each one of their verses are full of bounce and energy. But of course it's Daz that holds it down the hardest, his verse is off the chain. I would love to see a video for this track.5/5

2.GOTTA GETCHA-of course every one knows this track, it happens to be the first single so most have heard it by now. It has that signature J.D. bounce and flashiness that most his tracks do, he produced this along side a dude named L ROC. The beat is probably the best thing about this track seeing that lyrically it's nothing new. Of course that doesn't mean the track over all isn't nice, beat, lyrics, and the hook all come together nicely.4/5

3.KODAK MOMENT [RMX]-the track comes out hard with a nice bouncy beat, usually the norm from a southern track. JOE THE CEO & ROB Z & PLUTONIUM crafted a hard instrumental for these artists to ride to. First off on the hook and first verse comes KAVIOUS with a nice verse, followed by a scene steeling verse from the great BUN B. the last person to hit the track up is PASTOR TROY who also comes nice. Over all a pretty decent track.3.8/5

4.I THINK THEY LIKE ME [RMX]-first off I must admit from the jump I have a certain diss like for this song, don't get it twisted the thing that kills it for me is the retarded ass hook. How could they actually put this out as a single, especially when the first track is more deserving. On the positive side for the track the beat is kinda nice, in fact it really is a nice beat courtesy JAMAL WILLINGHAM. And the verses from J.D, DA BRAT, and even BOW WOW are pretty good, but DEM FANCHISE BOYZ didn't come as hard as they did on other tracks I have heard them on. If they would have dropped the retarded hook it would have been nice.3.4/5

5.SO WHAT-well at least the hook isn't as annoying as the previous track, though it can get a little irritating if repeatedly play'd over and over. The verses on this track by CATO are of the hook, I'm feeling em. I also think the beat by THE FREE AGENTZ is pretty good as well, not great but not bad. Over all this is a decent track, lyrics are the best thing about this track.3.7/5

6.THROW'D OFF-first off it seems that T WATERS must be a west coast fan since he opens this track with a famous west coast quote, you'll see. To be honest the verses from T Waters aren't the greatest ones to ever be heard but they ain't horrible, and his hook for this track isn't as catchy as one would hope to be. The thing about this track is the excellent production from the simply titled producer H, his Arabian flavored instrumental is amazing. For some reason I just love his beat, plus the horns at the beginning are great.3.5/5

7.JUST TO FIGHT-Pastor Troy returns to the mix with a solo effort this time, of course his signature style tears this track apart. The beat is kinda reminiscent of the first track in a way. In fact the beat is probably my favorite thing about the album, DJ SQUEAKY provided this bouncy beat. And the hook is actually hype, and catchy, and the verses from Troy paint the perfect picture for u to imagine this huge fight going down. This track could easily be a single, I would love to see a hyped up video for this one.4/5

8.GROWN MAN-u all know this type of track, some girl rappin about the way they want a man to be like. That's all well and good for all u girls out there looking for that perfect guy, but will treat him just as good. But MISS B talking about how he needs to be and how he needs to treat her, but doesn't say he needs to be treated the same way by her. Over all I really can't listen to this track, if she doesn't mean it like the way I'm taking it, good. Also the beat is nice but you'll all recognize it.3/5

9.10 TOES-the other track with the west coast's own Daz Dillinger, and the AFTERMATH signed {is he still} STAT QUO. To be honest I really don't listen to this track that much, not that it ain't good. The beat by Nitti is nice though I prefer the first track he did. And the verses from J.D., Daz, Stat Quo, J KWON, & THE KID SLIM are pretty good, over all this is a nice track.3.5/5

10.PUT CHA HANDS UP-this track I think could easily be a single for the album, it's real catchy with it's use of peoples signs. The hook is off the chain, and real catchy, and the beat by DON VITO & CHEESE is off the hook, this track would do good in clubs. And the stylistic vocals of ENVYI are smooth as hell, and even KP drops some decent rhymes. I can't help it I like this track, so I'll have to give it 4.5/5

11.YOUNG, FLY, & FLASHY-for some reason the title track is labeled as a bonus track, like it almost wasn't on there or some thing. And to be honest it might as well not have been since I really don't listen to it much. I really can't really get into the beat by Nitti and Young Capone. And the verses from Capone, MIDNIGHT, CHAMPANE SHAWTY & C DIRT aren't the greatest ones I ever heard. But if u like that hard edgy bouncy south sound you'll like it.3.2/5
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