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What Does He Think He Is Doing?

by Outthere, the Freshest New Jeruz Resident

When the staff at DEF JAM heard the OUTTHERE album they said, We gotta sign this guy right away. So they sent the limo to pick me up and they told me, they wanted to give me all kinds of money. Well...actually, they didn't, but they should have.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: East Coast
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1. What Does He Think He Is Doing? (intro)
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2. I Don't Know
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3. Outs-di-fresh-s
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4. El Boracho
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5. When I Get It (don't Come Through)
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6. Ladies Got Me Open
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7. Only in It For Da Doe
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8. So Why Do I
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9. Habla Ingles
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10. Well Spoken (interlude)
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11. Travalin
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12. Dsdj (hard to Stay Humble)
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13. What I Do (interlude)
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14. It's About
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15. Holdin On
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16. The Main Event
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Album Notes
Yes Yes Yall. We just want to let you know that
things have changed since our last release. We
are concentrating on beats right now.
If you visit the site you can hear some beats
and possibly license them for your projects
We have done work with B-Real of Cypress on a
mixtape due out Dec. 2004. We have also done
work with Naughty By Nature, and Fatal Hussein.
In addition we have music featured in the new
Steven Soderbergh movie, Havoc. Visit today for
more info http://www.katklaw.com


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this is cool


One word NICE
yo this whole album is hot, fresh new sound, from the beats to lyrical content A+ keep banging the hits! ONE


This cd is a culmination of a producer artist who has come into his own by first serving (producing) a wide variety of hip hop artists and styles. Without this cd your music collection is incomplete and severly lacking. If you haven't got it, what are you waiting for? Get it NOW!

Tra Jigg

1 word (HOT!)
this artist is going places, and lets hope we can all be around when it happens. untill then lets just bounce and relax to the smooth sound thats brought to the table.

Tra $ Jigg
& I.L.F.oundations

The Hip Hop Methodologist

i would of never believed it!!
i would of never believe and independent artist could put together such a complete project. This album goes beyond quality of music, which is very evident, right onto packaging and content. the CD is enhanced so you get essentially a whole other album in mp3 format for your PC, and not just hip hop, but house music and techno too! what made him do this, i dont know, but it works out well. Then to top it all off, he's got a blazin music video plus some footage from a show he performed. Unbelievable. Now as far as the music goes, how can you not like this CD? outthere hardly uses any of the No No words, and the subject matter is solid and personal, not a lot of bullshhit about diamonds and cars and killing people. Only thing i didnt care for personally was that dirty south song, which i didn't think fit his style, but it didn't interupt the flow of the album. What's not to love? i'll admit, i know the outthere personally, but it took him being relentless about getting people to hear him for so long, to get me here to buy this, plus seeing him at a show to know he really works for his. thumbs up outthere. i wish you lots of success


I must say....I'm impressed...Got my head bobbin
On a whole I really enjoyed listen to the songs that are available. I'm from New Brunswick, New Jersey, now livin out here in Cali. I don't get to hear much east coast undaground shit..This is phat!!!!!! I have know idea why "Travalin" not bein played on air right now..One of the betta songs I've heard all year. One...


See what hiphophotspot.com had to say about OUTTHERE, The Freshest New Jeruz Res
The most appreciated track featured on "What Does He Think He Is Doing" is entitled "I don’t know" featuring Outthere on some explosive lyrics well suited for capturing the club type allure. Not only is this track creative, but it easily appeases fans, displaying Outthere’s vocal talents at their best. Intense microphone dynamics, overlaying a smoothly intense beat produced by Outthere himself, contributing to the proving fact that both Outthere’s production, and vocal skills are equally appeasing. The second most appreciated song featured on "What Does he Think He Is Doing" is entitled "Ladies Got Me Open", which features an excellent vocal performance by Outthere, and again, equally appeasing production. Other notable tracks include "So Why Do I", "DSDJ ( Hard To Stay Humble )", and "The Main Event". "The Main Event" features many talented artists, who all come together to contribute a highlight addition to the album. The least appreciate song remains a ghost, as all of the songs featured on this album are equally around the same level of quality.
more at: http://www.hiphophotspot.com


you gotta cop one of new jerseys hottest albums
whats up this kymray from jersey, i was in a record store
recently and over heard one of your tracks playing.i asked
who was the artist and he directed me to your album. he was
nice enough to let me hear a couple more tracks. i was
hooked after i heard tracks 7 and 11. i brought the album
after i heard track 15 holdin on. i'm a r&b chic myself,
but after hearing you album i've learned to embrace rap
music as well. keep it coming outthere, much success.


Cop that QUALITY Outthere work!
Big ups on the album, OUTTHERE and immediate music fam'. Good quality work (just like the KAT KLAW work/works in the past). QUALITY hiphop over QUALITY beats ... on an independent tip. * For perspective/prospective (I don't even know what the word is, haha) buyers - make note that this is an ENHANCED CD. So not only are you getting the regular cd tracks, but if you've got a pc with CD-ROM drive ... hell, POP THIS JOINT IN FOR EVEN MORE GOODIES. Music on top of music. Good sh_t! Keep doing your thing, man ... keep up the hard work. Big ups from out here on the west coast of Canada - and props from your fam' over at BGOL.


Nice album
Yes, they still exist. People who do it for the love of the artform. Cats write and produce all of their music, and do it the way they want to. It's always encouraging to see this, and even more so when the people doing it are legiteamately talented. Enter OUTTHERE, aka The Freshest New Jeruz Resident. Throughout the album, OUTTHERE displays the ability to switch modes from B-boy style raps to introspective rhymes to Spanish influenced party tracks effortlessly. Despite the numerous moods presented on the album, one thing is consistent: tight rhymes and beats.

On the album's first track, "I Don't Know", OUTTHERE spits the chorus over nothing but drums, then the subdued, ill, multi-layered beat kicks in. OUTTHERE gives listeners a good idea about who he is and what he's about on this joint:

"True, you might believe any cat can spit a verse
Combine two rhymes, a punchline, whatever works
Good enough for comical cats or Fred Durst
Typical for baggy blue jeans and white shirts
Flippin through my various lines I find work
Ain't this a bitch, I had to burn this shit to show jerks
In the midst of making beats I deliver more than rhythm
I make jewels appear
The new word is OUTTHERE"

The polar opposite of this song may be "El Boracho", an uptempo party style track that manages not to depart from quality content. The very danceable beat switches up midway through the song to another dope melody and back to the original seamlessly; this song is an example of OUTTHERE's production ability. On the introspective tip, OUTTHERE drops perhaps the album's best track, "Travalin". The beat fits the mood to perfection, the vocal sample is a nice touch, and OUTTHERE provides a look into his life and struggles, with lines like:

"From the out looking in, they only ever wanna see the worst I've ever been
Only wanna know I gave up or gave in
Waitin for my walls to fall from crumblin
Pressure from perimeters test by shots drillin in
Killin my passion, this one or that one
The white one or the black one
Wish I had two cents for every time I got two cents
from spectators just hatin my progress"

Songs like "When I Get It", "So Why Do I", and "It's About" round out the more "B-boy" style tracks; "Ladies Got Me Open" and "Habla Ingles" are the two party tracks aside from El Boracho; while "Holdin On", "Only In It For Da Doe", and "DSDJ" are other fine examples of introspective joints. As you can see, OUTTHERE did a great job of providing songs for every mood, and none of them sound forced or unnatural. The album ends with a bang, on the posse cut "The Main Event". Fellow New Jeruz residents Incursion, Dib Dab, Mark Machete, Gambit, Mic Fight, Terrorwrist, and John Brown join OUTTHERE reppin their state and spittin some ill battle rhymes. While everyone rips their verse, John Brown steals the show:

"A rap thesaurus, I got words for you herbs
Call me Edward Norton, I smash your brain up on the curb
American History X, I flex like a quadricep
You heard these other cats but John is the hottest yet"

OUTTHERE's full length solo debut is an impressive effort, with dope cuts for every mood and mindstate. Forget about underground, forget about mainstream; if you like hip hop, you're gonna enjoy this album. OUTTHERE does not pull punches, pretend to be something he's not, or feed you bullshit on this album. It's not boring backpacker spaceship raps, it's not prepackaged jiggy bling bling garbage, it's just good music period
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