Various – Murder Was The Case (The Soundtrack)


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1 Snoop Doggy Dogg Murder Was The Case (Remix) 04:20
2 Dr. Dre, Ice Cube Natural Born Killaz 04:52
3 Tha Dogg Pound What Would U Do? 05:09
4 Snoop Doggy Dogg, Tray Deee’ 21 Jumpstreet 05:28
5 Nate Dogg One More Day 05:19
6 Jewell Harvest For The World 03:53
7 Snoop Doggy Dogg Who Got Some Gangsta Shit? 05:29
Featuring – Tha Dogg Pound, Lil’ Style, Young Swoop
8 Danny Boy Come When I Call 04:56
9 Sam Sneed U Better Recognize 03:55
Featuring – Dr. Dre
10 Jodeci Come Up To My Room 04:38
Featuring – Tha Dogg Pound
11 Jewell Woman To Woman 05:19
12 D.J. Quik Dollars & Sense 05:55
13 Slip Capone, CPO The Eulogy 04:49
14 B-Rezell Horny 04:43
15 Young Soldierz Eastside-Westside 04:46


“Murder Was The Case (The Soundtrack)” is a dynamic compilation album featuring various artists from the influential Death Row Records label. Released on October 18, 1994, this soundtrack is a showcase of the legendary West Coast hip-hop scene of the mid-’90s, with its iconic gangsta rap style and contemporary R&B influences. The compilation includes contributions from heavyweights such as Snoop Doggy Dogg, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Tha Dogg Pound, Nate Dogg, Jewell, DJ Quik, and Jodeci, among others.

The album kicks off with Snoop Doggy Dogg’s chilling “Murder Was The Case (Remix),” setting the tone for the gritty, street-smart sounds that follow. Dr. Dre and Ice Cube team up for the menacing “Natural Born Killaz,” while Tha Dogg Pound’s “What Would U Do?” and “21 Jumpstreet” featuring Snoop Doggy Dogg and Tray Deee’ showcase the label’s signature style of hard-hitting beats and smooth flows.

Nate Dogg’s “One More Day” and Jewell’s “Harvest For The World” introduce a soulful, R&B-infused element to the soundtrack, demonstrating the label’s versatility and depth. Danny Boy’s “Come When I Call” and Sam Sneed’s “U Better Recognize” featuring Dr. Dre further highlight the diverse talents on the compilation.

The latter half of the album continues to deliver strong performances, with Jodeci featuring Tha Dogg Pound on “Come Up To My Room,” DJ Quik’s “Dollars & Sense,” and Slip Capone & CPO’s “The Eulogy.” B-Rezell’s “Horny” and Young Soldierz’s “Eastside-Westside” round out the collection, offering a comprehensive look at the West Coast hip-hop scene during its heyday.

“Murder Was The Case (The Soundtrack)” is a must-listen for fans of ’90s hip-hop, as it captures the essence of the era and the undeniable impact of Death Row Records on the genre.



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