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“Wuz Crackulatin’ 2000” is the debut solo album by Oakland, California rapper 2wice, a member of the group Off Da Hook. Released on September 19, 2000, by Knockout Entertainment and Gold Grill Entertainment, the album features an impressive lineup of guest artists and producers, adding a diverse array of styles and sounds to the record.
The album kicks off with a brief intro before diving into “Whut Dew U Mean!,” featuring Kurupt. The high-energy track sets the tone for the rest of the album. “187-2000” follows, showcasing 2wice’s collaboration with the legendary Spice 1. 2wice continues to demonstrate his ability to collaborate with other artists on tracks like “Str8 Collar Poppin’,” featuring B-Legit, and “Ready 2 Dew Whut It Takes” with Philthy Phil and Mac Mall.
“All of My Riderz” is another standout track, featuring the Luniz and Phats Bossi, with production by Bosko. E-40 lends his production skills to “No Slang,” while the album takes an interesting turn with “Bone Thugz Vs Da Yea Area,” a short skit that precedes “Kick It Mo Thugz,” featuring Eklipze and Flesh-N-Bone.
The album’s title track, “Wuz Crackulatin’ 2000,” features Humpty Hump and is produced by Shock G, adding a funky and playful vibe to the record. Other noteworthy tracks include “Off Da Hingez,” featuring Caprice and produced by Pizzo, and “Burnin’ Krypt,” featuring B-Legit and 4-Tay.
“We All About” and “4 Da Bit@*es (Remix)” showcase 2wice’s versatility, while the album closes with an alternate version of “Whut Dew U Mean!” featuring Kurupt.
With executive production by 2wice and Snake Pit Records, “Wuz Crackulatin’ 2000” highlights 2wice’s unique style and ability to collaborate with other artists, making it a must-listen for fans of West Coast hip-hop.
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