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Juve The Great is Juvenile's 6th studio album under Cash Money Records
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Reality Check is the seventh studio album by American rapper Juvenile. The album was released on March 7, 2006, by UTP Records and Atlantic Records. The album features guest appearances from Paul Wall, Mike Jones, Fat Joe and Ludacris, among others. Reality Check was supported by three singles "Rodeo", "Get Ya Hustle On" and "Way I Be Leanin'". The album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 174,000 copies its first week.
Thanks To Everyone At Cash Money Records And Universal Records. Thanks To The Universal Family: Doug Morris. Juvenile Thank You's : First Of All I Would Like To Give Thanks To God For All The Blessings He Has Provided. Thanks To My Parents Mama Bling-Bling & S. D. My Brother Corey For All Your Love And Support. Thanks To Shadonna For Being There For Me.
Juvenile returned in late 2003 with a slightly atypical album, Juve the Great, after having dropped off for roughly three years, which is a long time in rap years. A lot of wonder arose during his absence. In fact, a lot of wonder had arisen at the time of his previous release, Project English (2001)
Juvenile's debut album, Being Myself, was released in 1995 after signing with Warlock Records. The album did not gain much national attention and did not chart, but did fairly well on a local level. After the regional success of his debut Juvenile signed to the larger Cash Money Records. In 1997 Solja Rags, Juvenile's debut album with Cash Money Records, was released. Juvenile's manager Aubrey Francis and Cash Money's Baby met and worked out a deal for Juve and CMR to partner for another album. Juvenile returned to Cash Money Records in 2003, releasing Juve the Great. Juve The Great was certified Platinum; it featured the number-one hit "Slow Motion" featuring Soulja Slim. It was the only number-one hit for Juvenile and Slim before Slim died in November 2003. The last Hot Boys album Let 'Em Burn came out in 2003.
Juve The Great Juvenile to stream in hi-fi, or to download in True CD Quality on Qobuz. Juvenile returned in late 2003 with a slightly atypical album, Juve the Great, after having dropped off for roughly three years, which is a long time in rap years. In fact, a lot of wonder had arisen at the time of his previous release, Project English (2001)
Juve the Great is the sixth studio album by American rapper Juvenile. The album was released on December 23, 2003, by Cash Money Records and UTP Records. It was his last on Cash Money Records before departing from the label. The album was certified platinum July 20, 2004, becoming his third album to do so, after 400 Degreez and Tha G-Code. The album entered at on the Billboard pop charts and sold over 100,000 copies in its first week. Juve the Great Q&A.
This album has an average beat per minute of 135 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 86/178 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Juve the Great. BPM Profile Juve the Great. Album starts at 170BPM, ends at 172BPM (+2), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Juvenile.