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The New Breed

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Intro
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Tight
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Gotta Get Mine With 2 Pac
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Flashbacks
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Comin' Real Again
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Just Another Clip
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Watch Your Own Back
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Conversations
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Everyday Ho
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Ain't 2 Good
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Outro
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 41:41

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GOTTA GET MINE!!!

BayAreaMusicFanatic

If nothing else grab "Gotta Get Mine" (actually I can't recommend anything on here other than that track). This was one of 2Pac's first big tracks and one of his most explosive flows. "I keep my mind on my money, money on my mind..."

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MC Breed may have synthesized East and West Coast styles on his debut album, partly explaining why it sounded so novel for its time, but by the time his third album, The New Breed, hit the streets in 1993 it was apparent: the Midwestern native had adopted the West Coast sound, which was at its zenith of popularity at the time. Dr. Dre’s The Chronic was bumping everywhere in 1993, even on the East Coast, so it isn’t too surprising that Breed, an artist who’s never too far behind the latest trends, headed West and hooked up with D.O.C., the writer/producer who had quietly helped make Dre’s The Chronic the success that it was. Furthermore, Breed also hooked up with Warren G, who produced some of this album, and a young and delightfully unthuggish 2 Pac, who helped make “Gotta Get Mine,” this album’s hit single, a career highlight for the former Midwestern and soon to be Dirty South rapper. In fact, Breed’s decision to head West for this album proved to be a wise decision. His next album, Funkafied, peaked at number nine on Billboard’s R&B chart without little to no commercial airplay, a testament to just how impressed the public was by this album. – Jason Birchmeier

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