16 Songs, 1 Hour 6 Minutes


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4.5 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

djbobbyp ,

Universitile by Big Every Time (B.E.T.)

Timothy Troxell (Papa T.) and Joe Daniels (J.D.) is B.E.T. (Big Every Time). With their 4th CD release recorded in Hawaii in 2005, B.E.T (Big Every Time) has put together a project that exudes worldwide appeal and is sure to stay in your CD players for a long time.

In "Universitile," the group has put together an awesome and creative combination of Reggae, Hip-Hop, R&B and Old School Funk music; unlike anything previously released in Hawaii.

For the reggae lovers out there, "Don’t Stop" and "Rise Up" are guaranteed to get you skankin'; while other songs like "I Like" and "Why" appeal to an Urban radio audience nicely.

There are also more cutting edge tracks on the album such as "Liliuo Free" which is an anthem for Queen Liliuokalani as well as smooth ballads like "Someday" and "Have You Ever."

B.E.T. (Big Every Time) is Hawaii's number one musical innovator with a message and a destiny for cutting edge success and "Universal" appeal. In an entire album full of original material layered in a "cover" saturated market, “Universitile” is crafted to make noise not only on the islands but in the states as well. The album was produced by Way Out West Studios and Sudden Rush alumni "Radical Rob" Onekea and by B.E.T.

For those of you who love music with eclectic flavors and colors ranging from Reggae to Hip Hop to R &B and Soul, B.E.T.'s "Universitile" is a must for your collection.

Jeddy Boy ,


Finally B.E.T. is on itunes!!! These guys are SOLID!! Sole you better buy da whole album cuz...

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