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Enemy of the State
Enemy of the State is the sixth studio album by American rapper C-Bo, released July 11, 2000 on C-Bo's own label West Coast Mafia Records and Warlock Records. It peaked at number 24 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at number 91 on the Billboard 200. Enemy of the State was C-Bo's first album on his new label, West Coast Mafia, after leaving AWOL Records, which he did after the release of Til My Casket Drops. The album features guest performances by WC, Daz Dillinger, Killa Tay, Yukmouth, CJ Mac and Too Short. Along with a single, a music video was produced for the song, "Get The Money".
The Moment Of Truth
Bosses in the Booth & Ghetto Famous (Deluxe Edition)
Chronicles Of A Pimp
A Million Words A Million Dollars
In Thugz We Trust (Screwed)
Game Is To Be Sold
In The Mouth Of Madness
Mitchy Duz It
Don't Cross Me
Playaz N The Game
JT The Bigga Figga
Playaz N the Game is the second solo full-length album by American rapper and producer JT the Bigga Figga from San Francisco. It was released in July 13, 1993 through Get Low Recordz, making it the debut for both JT and the indie label. The album features guest appearances from D-Moe, Gigolo G, Mac Mall, Rappin' 4-Tay and San Quinn.
The album was not a commercial success when it first came out, but today the album is considered as a classic. Playaz N the Game only managed to make it #91 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and the two singles released, "Peep Game" and "Game Recognize Game" did not make it to the charts, but the latter received frequent airplay on local hip-hop station Wild 107.7.
It was reissued via Get Low Recordz in 1996 with distribution by Priority Records and in 2006 via with distribution by SMC Recordings.
Get Rich Quick Schemes
Ballin' A$$ Dame
Stackin Chips / Real Talk
Inner City Poet
AllNDaDoe "Volume 4, 5, 6...One of them Muthaf*ckaz..."
Keak Da Sneak
Waiting To Inhale
Yukmouth Presents - The Center of Attention
Spiceberg Slim Re-Release (2 Bonus Tracks
A-1 Yola is the second album by rap group 11/5. It was released on July 23, 1996, for Dogday Records, and produced by Premiere Music. A-1 Yola did better on the charts than the group's previous album, Fiendin' 4 tha Funk, peaking at #33 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #22 on the Top Heatseekers.
Star Wars (The Npire Strikes Bacc)
The Crip Card, Vol. 1
Fahrenheit Collectables, D.E.'s Story
First Degree the D.E.
Crazy Has Struck Again
51.50 Illegally Insane
1990 - Hate
All Out Hustla
Have Heart Have Money
Have Heart Have Money is the debut album by American rap group The Mossie, released August 26, 1997 on Sick Wid It and Jive Records. It was produced by DJ Xtra Large, K-Lou, Levitti, The Mossie, Rick Rock, Sean T, Studio Ton and Tone Capone and executive produced by B-Legit and E-40. The album peaked at number 35 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers and at number 62 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. It features guest performances by E-40, 187 Fac, Celly Cel, Levitti, B-Legit, and G-Note of Funk Mobb.
Along with a single, a music video was released for the song, "Nobody Can Be You But You", featuring E-40 and cameo appearances by B-Legit, Celly Cel, D-Shot and Suga-T.
The song, "N.S.R.", was originally released on the 1997 Sick Wid It Records compilation, Southwest Riders. Another song, "Show No Shame" was slightly altered and retitled from, "Get a Bar of This Game", when it first appeared on the Sick Wid It Records compilation, The Hogg in Me in 1995.
Thizzpire Strikes Back
The Street Novelist
Break Bread Mafia
Nuttz & The Relativez
They Call Me Mr. Kane
They Call Me Mr. Kane is the third studio album by American rapper Kokane. It was released on November 16, 1999 via Eureka Records. The record featured guest appearances from Bad Azz, Big Tray Deee, C-Bo, Mr. Short Khop, Spice 1, Too $hort, Pomona City Rydaz, and Natural Disasters. Audio production of the album was handled by DJ Battlecat and DJ Silk.
Game Costs is the first album by the rapper, PSD. It was released on September 16, 1997, for Swerve Records and was produced by Baby Beesh, PSD, Jay Tee, Funk Daddy, Dave G. and Johnny Z. Game Costs found little success outside of the Bay Area and did not make it to the Billboard charts.
The album includes the popular track "Every Damn Day" which, over the years, has been wrongly attributed to another Bay Area rapper, Mac Dre. In fact, Mac Dre had no part in the track's production. Performing with PSD on "Every Damn Day" is the Bay Area rapper, Mac Lee.
Killingsworth The Sound Track
Meezilini, Spider Loc, Messy Marv, Smurf Luchiano & Guce
Music Fo Tha' Mobb
Canadian Bacon & Hash Browns
Back In The Stride Again
Herm, Keak Da Sneak, B legit, RBL, Too $hort, Outlawz, Messy Marv, Various Artists...
Back Street Life
The Streets, Poetry and Pain
Jayda & AP.9
The Right Side V.2
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.
George W. Kush Vol. 3
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