01. Put It On ft. Kid Capri (Produced by Buckwild) 02. No Endz, No Skinz (Produced by Showbiz) 03. 8 Iz Enuff ft. Terra, Herb McGruff, Buddah Bless, Big Twan, Killa Kam, Trooper J & Mike Boogie (Produced by Buckwild) 04. I Don’t Understand It (Produced by Showbiz) 05. Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous (Produced by Lord Finesse) 06. Devil’s Son (Produced by Showbiz) 07. I Shoulda Used a Rubba (Produced by Buckwild)
08. School Dayz (Produced by Lord Finesse) 09. All Black (Produced by Lord Finesse) 10. Da Graveyard ft. Lord Finesse, Microphone Nut, Jay-Z, Party Arty & Grand Daddy I.U. (Produced by Buckwild) 11. Let ‘Em Have It L (Produced by Craig Boogie) 12. Fed Up Wit’ Da Bullshit (Produced by Lord Finesse) 13. Timez Iz Hard (Produced by Lord Finesse & Buckwild)
‘member back in ‘99 when Rawkus and Cash Money were on opposite ends of the “real rap” spectrum, Yasiin and Mannie collabing would’ve made a backpackers head fall off on site-n-sound. thankfully rap has evolved past those arbitrary barriers and slogans. this can only be goodness. an aiiight song would make no sense. rubbin’ hands in anticipation
I’m getting pretty inclined to say that the division between underground v. mainstream, west v. east, north v. south, etc, was maybe the thing that was holding back rap the most in the last decade. Highly anticipated.