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Street Creditabilty

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01
Not Jus Hiphop
Artist: Carlton Fisk, La Banger, Method Man, Street Life
3:55
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02
The Drummer
Artist: Ghostface Killah, Method Man, Street Life, Trife Da God
2:47
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03
Pain
Artist: Shyheim, Street Life
4:18
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Everybody Is Frontin
Artist: Carlton Fisk, La Banger, Street Life
3:32
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05
Can't Stop, Won't Stop
3:51
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All My Niggas
Artist: Method Man, Street Life
2:51
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A Star Is Born
Artist: Carlton Fisk, Inspectah Deck, Street Life
3:28
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Street Education
Artist: Method Man, Street Life
2:56
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F.A.N.Z.
3:17
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Hug These Streets
2:37
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Descriptions
Artist: Street Life, Why
2:18
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Lay Down
Artist: Killa Sin, Street Life
3:05
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Who Want To Rap
2:24
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Let Them Come
3:10
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The O.G. & Young Hustler
2:28
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Thugz Need Love Too
3:48
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Sweetest Pain
3:40
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Shoot On Sight (S.O.S.)
Artist: Method Man, Street Life
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Outro: So Calm
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 59:54

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Can You Say Cash Grab?

pocaroba

I don't really get this move. Tracks 5-19 are Streetlife's "Street Education" album (see my review of that on Emusic under "Method Man"). Track 2 is from Theodore Unit's "708" and track 3 is from "The Wu-Box." So tracks 1 & 4 are the only new songs. Lame. It's nice that the label called themselves "Money Maker Entertainment" to let you know what they put BEFORE the entertainment. Message received!

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JIP

robby_cox

ASIDE FROM SOME ADDITIONAL MATERIAL MOST OF THIS SHIT HAS ALREADY BEEN RELEASED ON HIS DEBUT AND OTHER WU ALBUMS......

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