Killa Tay – Flood The Market


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1 It’s West Coast 03:46
Featuring – Bad Azz
2 Game Don’t Wait 04:22
Featuring – Cozmo
3 Respect My Gangsta 04:07
Featuring – Spice 1, Tiffany Wilson, Yukmouth
4 Get This Money 03:41
Featuring – 151, Yukmouth
5 West Side Bangin’ 03:57
Featuring – G Dub, Spice 1
6 Money World 03:52
Featuring – Luni Coleone, M. Smith, Missippi, Napoleon
7 Hot Shit 03:54
Featuring – C-Bo
8 Nothin’ But Game 03:54
9 Mobb Moves 04:07
Featuring – Mac Mall, Marvaless, San Quinn
10 Independent 03:34
Featuring – E-40, Juvenile
11 Killa Named Tay 03:48
Featuring – Cozmo, Mr. Redd Dogg, San Quinn
12 Only God Can Judge 03:49
Featuring – Darrick Bob Jones
13 My Eyes 04:28
Featuring – Daz Dillinger, Spice 1
14 Kingpins Only 04:04
15 Pimp 03:27
Featuring – Do-Bad, Mayhem


“Flood The Market” is a studio album by Fresno, California rapper Killa Tay, released on September 27, 2005, by High Powered Entertainment. The album showcases Killa Tay’s signature thug rap and gangsta style, with a range of notable collaborations that solidify his position in the West Coast hip-hop scene.

The album kicks off with “It’s West Coast,” featuring Bad Azz, setting the tone for the entire project. “Game Don’t Wait” featuring Cozmo and “Respect My Gangsta” featuring Spice 1, Tiffany Wilson, and Yukmouth continue the strong start.

“Get This Money” with 151 and Yukmouth, and “West Side Bangin'” featuring G Dub and Spice 1 emphasize Killa Tay’s dedication to the West Coast sound. “Money World” sees Luni Coleone, M. Smith, Missippi, and Napoleon joining the mix, while “Hot Shit” features fellow West Coast heavyweight C-Bo.

“Nothin’ But Game” stands as a solo effort, followed by “Mobb Moves” with Mac Mall, Marvaless, and San Quinn. “Independent” sees Killa Tay collaborating with E-40 and Juvenile, further expanding his reach in the rap world.

“Killa Named Tay” features Cozmo, Mr. Redd Dogg, and San Quinn, while “Only God Can Judge” sees Darrick Bob Jones lending his voice. “My Eyes” features Daz Dillinger and Spice 1, and “Kingpins Only” serves as another powerful solo track.

The album concludes with “Pimp,” featuring Do-Bad* and Mayhem, with guitar by Todd Mattews and production by Electric Pudding. Executive-produced by John Silva, “Flood The Market” is a testament to Killa Tay’s versatility and dominance in the West Coast rap scene.



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