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Gangsta's Paradise is the second studio album by rapper Coolio, released on November 21, 1995. It is Coolio's best-selling album, with over three million copies sold in the United States. The album produced three singles, which became hits: the title track (which was first used in the 1995 film Dangerous Minds, released before Coolio's album), "1, 2, 3, 4 (Sumpin' New)", and "Too Hot".
While the original was the high-profile hip-hop DJ album done right, Gangsta Grillz: The Album, Vol. 2 is the high-profile hip-hop DJ album done as expected with all the inconsistency and empty glitz one would anticipate. Placing in the win column is the opening Atlanta anthem led by . plus the aptly titled "Ridiculous," which finds Gucci Mane and crew succeeding at the Mike Jones/Paul Wall style of infectious party songs. While "Tipper Love" with the-Dream should be on the list of highlights, it is worth noting that this is the album's second ode to a stripper, supporting the feeling that the DJ built the album polished track by polished track and without his eye on the full picture. Push "shuffle" and this everyday collection will sort just as well, which is odd considering that Drama made his name selecting and sequencing some of the hottest, most in demand mixtapes to ever hit the streets.
The album marked the first Willie D solo album on Rap-A-Lot Records since 1994's Play Witcha Mama. 2. I Must Stand (Full Length) (Life On The Streets) 4:47. 3. I Must Stand (Album Version) 4:02. 4. I Must Stand (Instrumental W/ Hook) 4:47. Gangsta Rap & Hip-Hop Legends. 3 June at 22:38 ·. Ice-T, Ice-T VI: Return of the Real (1996).
Two marijuana connoisseurs have united under a common banner. The lovable lyricist has carried his weight on many a collaborative album, from the Freddie Gibbs-assisted Fetti to the Wiz Khalifa second-go-around 2009. Also prolific in nature, Big Berner has established himself as a viable team player, as evidenced by his OG-laden Rico project.
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- DJ Mix – Gangsta*
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