Rocko – How Long It Last


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1 Intro 00:52
2 How Long It Last 03:06
Featuring – The Whoridas
3 Hit Me Up (Got That Good Green) 04:07
4 Connect Game 04:49
Featuring – 11/5
5 Womb Is A Tomb (Skit) 00:24
6 Im 2 Much 04:30
7 Big Willa’s 04:18
8 Under Pressure 04:02
9 Unabomb’s Coming 03:47
10 Just Got Paid (Its Friday Night) 03:32
Featuring – Mike Marshall
11 Thug Life 03:32
12 99 Nigas Fucked (Skit) 00:53
13 Let Me Get Behind Dat 03:54
14 Every Day 04:54
Featuring – Evette
15 4 My Ryders 04:14
16 Hardest Rap Artist 03:36
Featuring – Dee Dee
17 Switch Hitter 03:37


“How Long It Last” is the one and only studio album by Berkeley, California-based rapper Rocko. Released on September 12, 2000, under the label Unabomb Entertainment, the album highlights Rocko’s prowess in the Gangsta and G-Funk styles of Hip Hop.

The album comprises 17 tracks, beginning with an “Intro” and diving straight into the title track “How Long It Last,” featuring The Whoridas. As the album progresses, Rocko delivers a mix of hard-hitting tracks and more laid-back tunes. Songs like “Hit Me Up (Got That Good Green)” and “Connect Game,” featuring 11/5, showcase Rocko’s ability to create catchy hooks and memorable verses.

Throughout the album, Rocko explores various themes and emotions. With tracks like “Im 2 Much” and “Big Willa’s,” he establishes his presence in the rap game. On “Under Pressure” and “Unabomb’s Coming,” Rocko reflects on the challenges he faces in his life and career.

The album also includes more light-hearted tracks, such as “Just Got Paid (Its Friday Night),” featuring Mike Marshall, and “Let Me Get Behind Dat.” Additionally, Rocko collaborates with Evette on “Every Day” and Dee Dee on “Hardest Rap Artist,” showcasing his versatility and ability to work with other artists.

The album’s production is handled by J-Cutt, Lev Berlak, and Sean T, who together create a cohesive sound that complements Rocko’s distinct style. Executive-produced by Marius Marshall, “How Long It Last” stands as a testament to Rocko’s talent and contribution to the Hip Hop genre.



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