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Strictly For My Ni**az

CD (Item 547511) Jive/Interscope, 1993 — Condition: Used
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A masterful second album from 2Pac – and a breakout that helped lay the groundwork for his brief but ever rising repuation and legacy! Kicking off with the thumping "Holler If Ya Hear Me" with the frenetic, almost Bomb Squad level wall of sound production by Live Squad that's hammered home all the more with a Chuck D vocal sample in the mix, this record has a huge sound all the way through, much bigger sounding than the debut. Classic! "Keep Ya Head Up", "I Get Around", "Strictly 4 My NI**AZ", "Point The Finga", "Last Wordz", "Souljah's Revenge", "Peep Game", "Strugglin", "Guess Who's Back", "Representin' 93", "The Streetz Are Deathrow", "Papa'z Song" and "5 Deadly Venomz".  © 1996-2021, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Out of print, BMG music club pressing.)

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