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Format: CD
Sku: 204708958
UPC: 886970853323
UPC 14: 00886970853323
Release Date: 6/19/2007
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Intro/Notebook Paper ~ Huey
2. Bout Dat ~ Huey
3. Aye ~ Huey
4. Pop, Lock & Drop It ~ Huey
5. Closet Full of Clothes ~ Huey
6. 2 Nite ~ Huey
7. Tell Me This (G-5) ~ Huey
8. Money Ova ~ Huey
9. My Zone ~ Huey
10. When I Hustle ~ Huey
11. Luv N Ya Life ~ Huey
12. Nobody Loves the Hood ~ Huey
13. Glad 2 B Alive ~ Huey
14. Pop, Lock & Drop It - (Remix, remix) ~ Huey
 
"Huey

Born on the 50 Block of Arlington Ave., Huey explored his musical side early on. Along with a neighborhood friend, he initially crafted beats to express his inner artistry and eventually started writing songs. ""I never really took it seriously though,"" he remembers.""

However, as his confidence and love for the craft grew though, Huey tried his luck on the block. Only fifteen at the time, he was showered with genuine support and reinforcement that obviously worked to encourage him that much more. Huey's older brother took a special interest in furthering the cause by bringing entrepreneur Angela Richardson into the fold. ""She had a group she was managing at the time, so I was just waiting my turn,"" Huey remembers. ""But they didn't play out the right way and I was the next project.""

Without fear or favor, Huey became the sole emphasis of Richardson's outfit. Already a hit on the streets, he soon became the talk of the town, performing any and everywhere Richardson could book him. His visibility didn't stop on the stage either. The relationships that he built with DJs, promoters and the like, worked to establish him as a force in clubs and on the radio, ultimately finding nominal success with local gems, ""Oh"" and later ""Pop, Lock & Drop It."""

Perhaps it's the inherent cool that he carries like an extended limb; he's debonair as LL. Or maybe it's the seriousness that masks his face when in deep thought; he's business as a young Master P. His mind to get money by any means necessary is virtuous as a young Russell Simmons and his no holds barred, relentless nature has the likes of 2pac written all over it. Whether he's the playboy that gets all the girls, the businessman that makes all the ends or the thug that you love to hate, St. Louis Hip Hop hardhead Huey, has arrived.

Grounded on the same streets that produced successes among the likes of Nelly, Chingy and the St. Lunatics, the 19-year-old's approach is a refreshing one. "I'm versatile," he offers matter of factly. "It's like whatever the beat tells me to do - it could be relaxed on a cool level to where I'm explaining my feelings for a female. It could be me explaining my feelings for money. It could be dancing in the club, crunk in the club. It's a bunch of everything that's going to be on this album."

Notebook Paper, Huey's official offering to the masses, comes with perfect timing. Inundated in a world beset by rappers preoccupied with immersing themselves in the superficial elements of the world, Huey allowed his heartbeat to dictate where the music would take him.

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel: Taj Jackson (vocals); Aaron Clay (guitar); Carlton McClendon (keyboards); Donyella Brothers (background vocals).
Muze PNote Audio Mixers: John Frye; Phil Tan; Leslie Brathwaite; Fabian Marasciullo.
Muze PNote Recording information: Battery Studios, New York, NY; Chevy Shack Studios, Atlanta, GA; Doppler Studios, Atlanta, GA; I&E Studios, Memphis, TN; Patchwerk Studios, Atlanta, GA; Phat Buddha Studios, St. Louis, MO; Tha Not Factor, St. Louis, MO; Tree Sound Studios, Atlanta, GA.
Muze PNote Photographer: Daniel Hastings.
Muze PNote The Midwestern MC known simply as Huey follows in the footsteps of fellow St. Louis rap stars Nelly and Chingy on his debut album, NOTEBOOK PAPER. Hot off the success of his smash lead single, the club banger "Pop, Lock and Drop It," Huey keeps things moving with a slew of slick party anthems set to zooming synthesizers and stammering drum machines. NOTEBOOK PAPER features production from Jazzy Pha, Tha Bakery, and Raw Beatzz, as well cameos from Kydd Trell, Bow Wow, Memphitz, T-Pain, and Lloyd.

Producer: Raw Beatzzz; Dandre "Po Po" Smith; Calvin Miller; J$mil; Jay Wes; Key; DScorch; Jazze Pha; Mickey 'MempHitz' Wright; Lawrence 'Huey' Franks, Jr.

Engineer: Mikkel S. Eriksen; Travis Daniels; James Stassen; Matt Sawicki; Chris Robinson; Howard Vanderslice "Ross"; Nico Solis; Leo Godd; Denny Ogle; Mike Wilson; Ralph Cacciurri; Rich Tapper

Compilation Appearances

Muze Music Compilations Double Up
Muze Music Compilations Double Up(Explicit Version)
Muze Music Compilations Hate It Or Love It(Explicit Version)

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 06/19/2007
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2007
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 88697085332
Music Label Name Label : Jive (USA)
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00886970853323

Professional Reviews

XXL (Magazine)
(p.131)
- "Huey fills his notebook with enough decent material to make people wanna pop, lock and cop it."

Bio

Huey

Born on the 50 Block of Arlington Ave., Huey explored his musical side early on. Along with a neighborhood friend, he initially crafted beats to express his inner artistry and eventually started writing songs. "I never really took it seriously though," he remembers."

However, as his confidence and love for the craft grew though, Huey tried his luck on the block. Only fifteen at the time, he was showered with genuine support and reinforcement that obviously worked to encourage him that much more. Huey's older brother took a special interest in furthering the cause by bringing entrepreneur Angela Richardson into the fold. "She had a group she was managing at the time, so I was just waiting my turn," Huey remembers. "But they didn't play out the right way and I was the next project."

Without fear or favor, Huey became the sole emphasis of Richardson's outfit. Already a hit on the streets, he soon became the talk of the town, performing any and everywhere Richardson could book him. His visibility didn't stop on the stage either. The relationships that he built with DJs, promoters and the like, worked to establish him as a force in clubs and on the radio, ultimately finding nominal success with local gems, "Oh" and later "Pop, Lock & Drop It."

Product Attributes

Product attributeArtist:   huey
Product attributeLabel:   Jive/silvertone Records
Product attributeMusic Format:   Compact Disc
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