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Album: Absolute Greatness

Artist: Drama Presents Willie the Kid

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008 Asylum Records

Tracklist For Absolute Greatness By Artist Drama Presents Willie the Kid

Title Artist Time
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Thang Back Drama Presents Willie the Kid 3:33 USD 0.99
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Long Live the Prince Drama Presents Willie the Kid 2:07 USD 0.99
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Coogi Down (feat. La the Darkm Drama Presents Willie the Kid 3:08 USD 0.99
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Pressure Drama Presents Willie the Kid 4:16 USD 0.99
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You (feat. Bobby Valentino) Drama Presents Willie the Kid 4:09 USD 0.99
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Love for Money (feat. La the D Drama Presents Willie the Kid 4:53 USD 1.29
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We Get Down (feat. La the Dark Drama Presents Willie the Kid 3:46 USD 0.99
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Splendid! Drama Presents Willie the Kid 3:12 USD 0.99
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The W (feat. Jovan Dais) Drama Presents Willie the Kid 3:52 USD 0.99
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Let Em Know (feat. Lonnie Mack Drama Presents Willie the Kid 4:19 USD 0.99
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When the Lights Darken (feat. Drama Presents Willie the Kid 3:43 USD 0.99
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What They Wanna Hear Drama Presents Willie the Kid 3:01 USD 0.99
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Driven Drama Presents Willie the Kid 4:07 USD 0.99

Reviews For Absolute Greatness By Artist Drama Presents Willie the Kid

  • absolute awfulness

    1
    By La Musiqe
    The only good song is You, and that's only becasue Bobby V. is in it. I'm pretty sure that was the last good singing he's ever done.
  • Hot Spi++A

    5
    By YMCMB 4evr
    Willie the Kid iza hot spitta cuz al he du is spit str8 fyre
  • NEVER GETS OLD...

    5
    By bmoney999
    what can i say.. the kid is a lyrical genius. the beats are sick as hell and there is alot of variety. basically every song is good. Incredible ablum. a must buy!
  • Willie The Kid

    5
    By The German
    This is a great debut, for the young rapper outa Michigan Click YES if you agree
  • the best

    5
    By Wish you would
    i have never heard such a good first album ever willie got better skills than wayne
  • It's Willie

    5
    By YvesGFromNewark
    Excelent substative album, Like Graduation, The Cool, Tha Carter III, & B.A.R.S.
  • "You" Should buy this album

    4
    By T Bond
    I haven't listened to all this albums songs, but what I've heard is great. I love the chorus line of "You" and Bobby Valentino in it. Willie the Kid is going somewhere.
  • Nice album

    5
    By MA2013
    Love for Money is a sick song! Who had a better debut album Wille the Kid or Ace Hood? click yes for Willie the Kid or no for Ace Hood
  • Nice Work

    5
    By I Know Real Muzik wen I hear It
    willie the kid aint a new b to the game, i think this is a good intro that will introduce him into mainstream. Willie got talent and i want to see how he grows as an artist
  • Willie the Kid - Absolute Greatness

    5
    By Piazzajordan2_
    One of the best debuts since Lupe. 1. Thang Back - Young Jeezy sample. Hot track. 9/10 2. Long Live the Prince - Good Beat, Nice freestyle lyrics. 9/10 3. Coogi Down - B.I.G. sample, LAD and Willie spit fire as usual. (Gangsta Grillz!) 9/10 4. Pressure - As usual Runners make good beats, but annoying breath sounding "Ahh". 8/10 5. You - Bobby Valentino contributes great vocals. 9/10 6. Love for Money - Too many featured artists make a bad song? NO!, Yung Joc and Flo Rida actually contribute great as well as LAD and Bun B. Trey Songz does great on the chorus. Gucci Mane does great as always too. 8/10 7. We Get Down - Tight gangsta track with LAD again. 8.5/10 8. Splendid! - I LOVE THIS SONG, been on repeat for a minute, "I'm Soulja Boy with a soul purpose, minus the dance moves". Excellent! 10/10 9. The W - I really love this song too. "The only time she ever stayed at a hotel, was when her man baggin' up at the sleep-in, actually that was a motel, so she hit The W for the weekend". 10/10 10. Let 'Em Know - Now at the end of the album when the tracks get even more tighter! 10/10 11. When the Lights Darken - R. City are the next best thing, but the vocoder is used at the beginning which made me think it'd be wack for a minute, but they changed. Good track. 8.5/10 12. What They Wanna Hear - Another banger, Love this track. 10/10 13. Driven - Confusing song to me, still hot. 8.5/10 So notice how there is no wack songs on here? Best album in a while. If any albums you wanna buy that are out this year: Untitled, Paper Trail, LAX and Absolute Greatness. 10/10.

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