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“Master of the Game” is the debut studio album by Oakland, California rapper K-Luv The Pimp, released on November 30, 2001 by MTP Records. The album showcases K-Luv’s exceptional skills as a rapper and his affinity for classic gangsta rap, with a unique and distinct Oakland flavor.
Featuring collaborations with prominent West Coast rappers like Too Short, Richie Rich, B-Legit, The Delinquents, Pooh Man, and Bart (of 3X Krazy), this album is filled with hard-hitting beats and memorable hooks that capture the essence of early 2000s hip hop. The project boasts 19 tracks, offering a diverse range of styles, themes, and sounds that exemplify K-Luv’s versatility as an artist.
The album kicks off with the provocative “If You Want To Fuck With Me” featuring Too Short, setting the tone for a project that doesn’t shy away from explicit themes and lyrics. Tracks like “All On A Hoe” (with B-Legit and Richie Rich) and “Every Last Dime” (featuring Chocolate) showcase K-Luv’s storytelling prowess, while “The Eyes Tell No Lies” (with The Delinquents) and “Superfly” (featuring Gonzoe, Mike D, and Richie Rich) dive into street life and hustling.
K-Luv’s confident and charismatic delivery is evident throughout the album, particularly in tracks like “Misrepresenting The Game” and “The Man In Charge.” The project closes on a more introspective note with “Mama I Love You” (featuring Air-A-Mist), displaying K-Luv’s ability to address personal topics with sincerity and emotion.
“Master of the Game” was produced by B-Bumble, Lev, Mike D, and Sonny B, and distributed by City Hall Records. This album is a must-listen for fans of Oakland hip hop and classic gangsta rap, offering a snapshot of K-Luv The Pimp’s undeniable talent and contribution to the genre.
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