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Murder She Spoke

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Intro
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Don't Sang It
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Crumb 2 a Brick
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You Ain't Mad Iz Ya
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Ghetto Ballin'
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Slob on My Cat (Intro)
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Slob on My Cat
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Salt Shakers Hotline
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Salt Shakers
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Smoke Witcha
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Peanut Butter
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U Claimin' You're Real
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Luv 2 Get High
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Make Somethin'
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Ain't No Ni**a
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Ni**a Comin' Clean
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What Kinda B**ch Do You Want
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I Don't Trust Dem Boys
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Yeah, I Rob
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Wolf Pack
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Outroduction
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 21   Total Length: 69:26

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On her debut LP, Murder She Spoke, La’ Chat quickly establishes the fact that she’s more than just a Gangsta Boo soundalike. Like Boo, Chat represented the feminine side of the Three 6 Mafia sound — a ghetto, thug bitch from Memphis not afraid to get lewd and tell you how it is. And indeed the Three 6 camp plays a major role in this album’s sound, with Juicy “J” and DJ Paul dropping their trademark beats, and the myriad Three 6 rappers making cameos throughout the album, often as foils to Chat’s tough-girl stance. Unfortunately, it sounds like either “J” and Paul are saving their best beats for their own albums or perhaps that the duo are running a little short on ideas — their production work here is surprisingly subpar. Yet, as typically Three 6 as the beats sound on Murder She Spoke, Chat’s performance more than compensates. Once again like Boo, she could be one of the best MCs in the Three 6 stable. She exudes a harsh attitude and delivers her rhymes with a liquid flow. Plus, she’s not afraid to get exploitative, best exemplified on her interpolations of longtime Three 6 motifs: two examples being “Slob on My Cat” (interpolating “Slob on My Knob”) and “Luv 2 Get High” (interpolating “Now I’m Hi”). Yet Chat never resorts solely to sleaze to engage her audience; most of her lyrics are street smart and center on street credibility and politics. More than anything, though, it’s refreshing to see a female effectively represent her side of the thug life. So even if Murder She Spoke suffers from many of the same problems plaguing other Three 6 solo albums — namely, not enough fresh ideas and too much filler — it’s still one of the better Three 6-affiliated releases to date and is indeed an impressive debut for Chat. – Jason Birchmeier

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