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“Too Gangsta For Radio” is a star-studded compilation album by various artists, released on September 26, 2000, by Death Row Records. This collection brings together an incredible lineup of talent, featuring renowned hip-hop artists such as 2Pac, Crooked I, Scarface, Treach, CJ Mac, Above The Law, Tha Realest, The Murderers, Irv Gotti, The Lox, and many more. The compilation showcases a range of gangsta rap styles, providing listeners with a diverse and captivating listening experience.
The album kicks off with an unknown artist’s intro, setting the tone for the compilation. It is followed by 2Pac’s “Friends,” a track produced by Big Hutch and QD III, which offers a powerful and thought-provoking start to the compilation. Crooked I’s “Gangsta Rap,” featuring Scarface and Treach, is an engaging collaboration produced by Big Hutch, continuing the album’s strong momentum.
CJ Mac’s “I Ain’t Fuckin’ Wit Cha” showcases his lyrical prowess, while Above The Law’s “Everywhere We Go” offers a catchy and memorable tune. Tha Realest’s “Fuck Hollywood” demonstrates his unique style and flow, while The Murderers’ “Murda For Life,” featuring Irv Gotti, delivers a hard-hitting track produced by Dat Nigga Daz.
Additional highlights include The Lox’s “In Too Deep,” produced by P. Killer Trackz, and the collaborative track “Fuck Dre” by Tha Realest, Swoop G, Twist, and Lil’ C-Style, produced by Kurt “Kobane” Couthon. The album comes to a close with an outro by an unknown artist, rounding off this exceptional compilation.
“Too Gangsta For Radio” is a must-listen for fans of gangsta rap, as it features a diverse selection of talented artists and producers who come together to create a truly memorable compilation album.
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