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Live Or Die In G.I. - Rap Umentorie album download

Performer:

Live Or Die In G.I.

Title:

Rap Umentorie

Genre:

Hip-hop

MP3 album size:

1854 mb

Other music formats:

DMF MP4 DXD MP3 MPC VOX AIFF

Rating:

4.5 ✱

Style:

G-Funk, Gangsta, Hardcore Hip-Hop

Date of release:

1998

Live Or Die In G.I. - Rap Umentorie album download

Tracklist

1 Rap Umentorie 60:00
2 Bonus Material 58:00

Credits

  • Cameraman – Waylan "Cooley" Phillips (tracks: 1)
  • Cameraman [Assistant] – Courtney Buters (tracks: 1), K. Jackson (tracks: 1)
  • Co-producer – Frank Nitty (tracks: 1), G-Lid (tracks: 1)
  • Directed By – Waylan "Cooley" Phillips (tracks: 1)
  • Mixed By – Waylan "Cooley" Phillips (tracks: 1)
  • Producer – Rodney "Don Vito" Richard (tracks: 1)

Notes

Cast: The Most Wanted Camp:
Cash D, Original Menace, Will $krilla, Ric Jilla, Lil Menace, Outside, Black Mafia, CCA, Family Treez, Stuntman Crew, No Guts No Glory, Malace, Solitair, Tripple Darkness, D-Fly, Hydro Therapy, P-Long, King T, Big Dan, Mack Shawn, Capt Hook, Ray Day, Joker,
Omen, Money Boo-Ro

Featuring: The Grind Family, MCG'z, Insane, DVS, Chi-Town, Dramaward, C-Mack, Finger Roll, Mr. Murder, See-Saw, Ghetto Soldiers, Mr.Lex, Poppa Shawn, P-Funk, K.D., E.G., Skee Balla, Smooth, 8Ball, Queen Ren.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 21378 35015 3

Live and Let Die is the third and final studio album by the American hip hop duo Kool G Rap & DJ Polo, which was released November 24, 1992, on Cold Chillin'. The album features guest appearances from Ice Cube, Big Daddy Kane, Scarface, and Bushwick Bill. The singles "Ill Street Blues" and "On the Run" both received consistent airplay on Yo! MTV Raps, and BET's Rap City upon the album's release.

Rap Umentorie Dvd/Cd Reissue ‎(DVDr, DVD-V, RE). Cooley's Video Production, Most Wanted Records, Low End Records, Turn It Up Records, Lake Effect Records, Bomb Records (7), LaidBack Records, Cuttin' Records.

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All die-hard East Coast rap fans, especially followers of the Notorious . owe it to themselves to get real familiar with this album and the two that predated it. If you were to take this duo's best five songs away from them, they'd still be one of the top duos rap music has ever seen. tags: kool g rap and dj polo, kool g rap & dj polo, live and let die, 1992, ← Newer Post Older Post → Home.

This album was flawless. Ready to Die" is my fav rap song ever. Eric B. was the worst dj ever. Couldn't stand him back then. Myke almost forgot about pac everybody across the world agree he the greatest. Listen to Wanted Dead or Alive Live and Let Die roots of evil 456 all classic albums biggie is great but G Rap was a true pioneer. michael gethersNăm trước. Nah. NICK NICKNăm trước these dudes sound like they r jus guessing at what they want 2say.

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Today it's recognized as one of the greatest hardcore rap albums ever recorded, and that's mostly due to Biggie's skill as a storyteller. His raps are easy to understand, but his skills are hardly lacking - he has a loose, easy flow and a talent for piling multiple rhymes on top of one another in quick succession. He's blessed with a flair for the dramatic, and slips in and out of different contradictory characters with ease

Though Ready to Die is deeply-rooted in his uncaring attitude towards life and violence, Notorious . s personable nature takes away from that Bad Boy image. That’s the reason so many emcees have tried in vain to reignite his ability to simultaneously hold the respect of their peers and a sway over the listening public. Most of all, it’s the reason that we’ll always love Big Poppa. Get The Most Important Stories Of The Day Straight To Your Inbox. Thank You! Thank You!

Unbelievable (Video). Audio CD (November 21, 2006). This is NOT the album that was bangin' in the clubs, in our cars, or at our house parties. Take it from someone who was there, this so-called "remaster" is not just an enhancement of sound quality as the name might imply, it's a totally different album. it was the official studio release. In 1994 When "Ready To Die" First Came Out It Was Everywhere, If You Lived In New York(The Same Way That "Get Rich Or Die Tryin" Was In 2003).

Utchanat
this release is so confusing. that Bomb Records logo didnt come out until 2012, is not affiliated with any Hip Hop or Rap, yet this release is from 1998?
Lyrtois
Perhaps some Back to the Future shit is happening here...

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