On their self-released debut album, the Quick Hit Boyz represent the harsh, thuggish side of the Dirty South, offering shoutalong choruses about keeping it real and being hardcore. These guys are straight-up ghetto -- no cars on dubs or shinin' ice or submissive bitches. Group members Die-Verse, Gridlock, Fella, and Young Jay are instead off the chain -- throwin' bows, puffin' on green, talkin' sh*t, gettin' rowdy, and so on. Many of these songs resemble canonical Dirty South get-crunk anthems like Three 6 Mafia's "Tear da Club Up," Lil' Jon's "Who U Wit?," Goodie Mob's "They Don't Dance No Mo," and Master P's "Make Em Say Ugh." However, while the Quick Hit Boyz are just as lively and exuberant as the best Dirty South acts, their songs are highly derivative, B-grade versions of the aforementioned songs.
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AllMusic Review by Jason Birchmeier