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Keep It Gangsta / The Pioneers (2 For 1: Special Edition)
Wake up and Ball
Tha Dogg Set
Tha Dogg Pound
Haven't You Heard
Money Run is the third solo studio album by American rapper Bad Azz from Long Beach, California. It was released on March 11, 2003 via Out Of Bounds Entertainment/Double Dollar Sign Records. It features guest appearances from 40 Glocc, Big Hollis, Bonnie, Conflict, Kenya Baker, Marcel, LaToiya Williams, Lil' Tip Toe, Sene, Skee 64 Oz., Soopafly and Terrell Carter. The album peaked at #85 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart in the United States.
We On On Purpose
Sex, Money and Music
Above The Law
Sex, Money & Music is the seventh studio album by American hip hop group Above the Law. It was released on February 27, 2009 as a digital download, on the Beatology label. The record featured guest appearances from Kokane, Heather Hunter, Mannish Flats, Hazmad and Alan McNeil.
Its lead single, "Sex, Money & Music", was released in 2002 on their own West World Records and peaked at number 58 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. That same year, the complete album entitled Diary Of A Drug Dealer was recorded and supposed to be released through Death Row Records. However, it was reported that a deal could not be worked out between the group and the label, therefore the project was shelved indefinitely, until 2009.
South Central Cartel
2nd II None
We Got Now And Next
Big Tray Deee Presents: Long Beach State of Mind, Vol. 2: Street Officialz
Greatest Bangin Hits
DPG Japan Presents Do 2 High West Coast Gangsta Sh*t
Dogg Pound Presents RBX, Kurupt & Various Others
Straight From The Streets
Straight from the Streets is the debut album by Sean T. It was released in 1993 for Murder One Records and was produced by Sean T and G-Man Stan. The album was later re-released on November 14, 2003.
Introduction To Mackin'
Lil 1/2 Dead
Six Figures is the second studio album by American rapper D-Shot, released July 29, 1997 on Jive Records and D-Shot's own label, Shot Records. The album was produced by Femi Ojetunde, Levitti, Studio Ton and D-Shot. It peaked at number 21 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at number 81 on the Billboard 200. The album features guest performances by Spice 1, E-40, B-Legit, Celly Cel, Too Short, Mac Shawn, Levitti, and Bo-Roc of The Dove Shack.
The song, " Huckleberry", was originally heard in the film, Booty Call, and was also released as a single to promote the film's soundtrack album.
Both " Huckleberry" and "True Worldwide Playaz" were later included on the 1999 compilation album, Sick Wid It's Greatest Hits.
Nationwide Rip Ridaz II - Betrayed (Can't Trust Nobody)
Suga Free & J Steez "Fly Trap"
Suga Free & J Steez
Best Kept Secret
The Wind Chill Factor
Tha Chill of C.M.W.
18k - The Golden Era: Disc 2
Greatest Hits Vol. 3
Young Soldierz is the debut and only studio album by American West Coast hip hop group Young Soldierz. It was released on February 2, 1994 via Dangerous Records and Warlock Records. Record production of the album was primarily handled by Ronnie Ron and a variety of producers, including J. Stank, Rashad Coes, Flip, and the Dukes brothers. It also features guest appearances from fellow Bloods & Crips members, such as Tweedy Bird Loc, Nini X and the Carter brothers, Keystone, Lil' Stretch's brother Big Stretch, Big Freeze, Dba Flip, and DJ Battlecat on scratches. The album spawned two singles: "Alligator"/"Buck 'Em With The '9'" and "If Tomorrow Comes".
Although this was the only album the Young Soldierz would release, two members, Wytony "Big Wy" Dillon and Dajuan "Dog a.k.a. Suga Buga" White would release a string of albums as The Relativez.
Havoc & Prodeje
Kickin' Game is the second studio album by American hip hop duo Havoc & Prodeje of South Central Cartel. It was released on October 25, 1994 through G.W.K. Records and Pump Records with distribution via Warlock Records for Quality Records. Recording sessions took place at Echo Sound and Kitchen Sync Studio in Los Angeles. The album peaked at number 59 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, thus making it their only release to make it to the Billboard charts.
Big Breaded Extended
Big Bread Ed
Block Movement - 100% Savage
Do Or Die
Ghetto Blues is the debut studio album by rapper Marvaless, released on June 30, 1994. It peaked at number 100 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
High Life Hustle
The Hi-Life Hustle is the third studio album by American rapper Hi-C from Compton, California. It was released on October 21, 2003 via Rap-A-Lot Records. The album features guest appearances from DJ Quik, Bigg Steele, E-40, Nate Dogg, Too Swift, Suga Free, Diamonique, Sly Boogy, James DeBarge, and Pryncezz.
Mitchy Duz It
The Crip Card, Vol. 1
Mad CJ Mac
We Run LBC (Hosted by Warren G)
Seagram Miller Greatest Hits
Kamnesia is the third album released by rapper, Kam. It was released on March 20, 2001 for Hard Tyme Records, JCOR Entertainment/Interscope Records and featured production from the likes of DJ Wino, DJ Pooh and Jazze Pha. Kamnesia would peak at #69 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #40 on the Top Heatseekers.
An Eye for an Eye
An Eye for an Eye is the third album by the RBL Posse. It was released on September 30, 1997 for Big Beat Records, distributed by Atlantic Records and featured production from Rick Rock, Black C, Mike Caren, Cellski, Shannon Lacy, The Enhancer, Stan Keith, Michael Mosley, Femi Ojetunde, TC, Maurice Thompson and Jay Williams. An Eye for an Eye was the group's most successful album, peaking at #70 on the Billboard 200 and #14 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, as well as featuring the single "How We Comin'", which peaked at #22 on the Hot Rap Singles and #90 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks. This would mark the RBL Posse's first album without Mr. Cee, who was gunned down in 1996.
Rep Yo Set
Rep Yo Set
Ghetto Visa, Vol. 2
Pomona Pimpin Young
Snoop Dogg Presents: The Pre-Hustle 2
Damu Ridas II - How Deep Is Your Hood
Back Street Life
Informal Introduction OG
Informal Introduction is the debut album by Shade Sheist, released on September 10, 2002 through MCA Records.
Due to little promotion, the album was not a commercial success, only reaching No. 69 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. It did, however, feature his biggest hit to date "Where I Wanna Be", which peaked at 95 on the Billboard Hot 100 and 12 on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles. The album spawned three additional singles, "Money Owners", "John Doe" and "Wake Up" all of which became minor hits on the R&B charts.
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