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Street Gospel

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Intro
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02
Why U Bullshittin'?
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03
I'd Rather Give You My Bitch
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Doe Doe And A Skunk
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Don't No Suckaz Live Here
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Tip Toe
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I Wanna Go Home (The County Jail Song)
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If U Stay Ready
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Fly Fo Life
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On My Way
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Secrets
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Table Interlude
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Dip Da
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Tip Toe (Reprise)
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 57:49

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Suga Free’s debut album Street Gospel is a competent collection of street-level, hardcore G-funk, highlighted by DJ Quik’s savvy production. Although Suga Free is a strong rapper, he isn’t particularly distinctive, and he’s often given pedestrian backing music, which makes the album a little tedious. Still, he’s charismatic enough to make the best songs, like the single “If You Stay Ready,” powerful and that nearly makes the album worthwhile. – Leo Stanley