The Champions: The North Meets the South DJ Kay Slay & DJ Greg Street Hip-Hop/Rap Music 2006 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: The Champions: The North Meets the South

Artist: DJ Kay Slay & DJ Greg Street

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 21

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 KOCH Records

Tracklist For The Champions: The North Meets the South By Artist DJ Kay Slay & DJ Greg Street

Title Artist Time
1
Intro DJ Greg Street & DJ Kay Slay 0:50 USD 0.99
2
Go Off Busta Rhymes & DJ Kay Slay 2:43 USD 0.99
3
The Hardest Out DJ Kay Slay, Hell Rell, Papoose & Remy Ma 3:27 USD 0.99
4
Pop the Trunk Chamillionaire, DJ Kay Slay, Papoose & Yung Joc 4:00 USD 0.99
5
Drama Gang Cam'ron, DJ Kay Slay, Jim Jones & Juelz Santana 4:18 USD 0.99
6
Live from the Block DJ Kay Slay, Mike Jones, Papoose & Paul Wall 3:54 USD 0.99
7
Hood Drug Warz B.G., DJ Kay Slay & Three 6 Mafia 4:14 USD 0.99
8
Interlude DJ Kay Slay & Shaq Diesel 0:16 USD 0.99
9
Can't Stop the Reign 2006 Bun B, DJ Kay Slay, Papoose & Shaq Diesel 4:25 USD 0.99
10
One and Only (My Boo) DJ Kay Slay, Razah & Remy Ma 3:48 USD 0.99
11
The Rush DJ Kay Slay & Lloyd Banks 1:56 USD 0.99
12
In the Ghetto Cassidy, DJ Kay Slay, Fat Joe, Jim Jones & Shaq Diesel 5:11 USD 0.99
13
Streetniggaz DJ Kay Slay, Jae Millz, Mike Beck & Smitty 2:59 USD 0.99
14
5 Deadly Venoms DJ Kay Slay, Ghostface Killah, Kool G Rap, Lord Tariq & Raekwon 4:58 USD 0.99
15
Interlude Buffie The Body & DJ Kay Slay 0:35 USD 0.99
16
The Introducton DJ Kay Slay & Vein 2:32 USD 0.99
17
Big Problems DJ Kay Slay, Lil Jon, Lil Scrappy, Lil Wyte & Lil' Flip 3:34 USD 0.99
18
Knock Em Out DJ Kay Slay, Speedknot Mobstaz & Twista 3:26 USD 0.99
19
Code of the Streets DJ Kay Slay, Lakey The Kid, Maino, Prinz & Uncle Murda 4:53 USD 0.99
20
7 Days a Week Attlas, C-Note & DJ Kay Slay 4:16 USD 0.99
21
Can't Stop the Reign (Remix) Busta Rhymes, DJ Kay Slay, Papoose, Remy Ma & Shaq Diesel 3:55 USD 0.99

Reviews For The Champions: The North Meets the South By Artist DJ Kay Slay & DJ Greg Street

  • Good Mixtape

    3
    By mackattack7
    Top Songs 1. Pop the Trunk - Chamillionaire kill it with fast lyrics. 2. the Rush - quick song 3.Drama Gang-Dip-Set !!!! 4.In the Ghetto- Ballin
  • JUST OKAY!

    2
    By PEACHJUICE
    I'm not really feeling this...I don't know if I'm going to have to listen to this maybe 5 more times before it sinks in but this wasn't good. I really wish better southern rappers were chosen because I am so tired of that supposedly "Dirty South' sound. There are some really talented rappers out of the South, some discovered and some undiscovered (still on the school bus) but this mixture wasn't good for the album itself. All in All glad to see we can come together for something besides funerals. 1Luvandkisses2theDramaGang!
  • Best of the best

    5
    By Hova da God
    All of these songs are ridiculous, I especially like "5 Deadly Venoms" with the dude Ghostface and that beat is ridiculous. "Pop the Trunk", "Live From the Block" and "5 Deadly Venoms" have some of the best beats i've heard in a while. Big ups to Kayslay on this one.
  • Kayslay you sellout....

    3
    By NJ SmurF!
    How could u let Southern artists take this over?Man, New York is gonna die since no1 is helping it.Puffy is choking the life out of the Big Apple, and Kayslay just delivered a low blow.Hopefully NaS will be able to revive it.Some songs here are good thou, like The Rush, Can Stop the Reign (Remix) and Pappys verse on Pop the Trunk.However, that song was whack cuz Yung Joc was on it.Yet again thou, Papoose came with pretty much all good verses.
  • song The Rush is Hot

    1
    By Jim Divine
    Lloyd Banks the pince
  • Whoa !

    4
    By wildnout
    I was waiting like 2 months 4 this to come out and it's finally here. Best song is easily "Big Problems". That song is crazy fire so go get it.Also look out 4 Lil Jon's Album Crunk Rock and Scrappy's album Bred To Die, Born to Live. Wildnout4life
  • Great Stuff

    5
    By dipsydoddle
    Great album! buy it! had me bouncing all over the place
  • Wow

    5
    By Yonicman
    I could never have imagined the extremist styles of the North and South mixing so harmoniously. DJ Kay Slay and DJ Greg Street are geniuses! I am duely impressed.
  • BIG UPS

    5
    By Mz MusiC
    u know i like this album alot cause its good seein the north and south work together. the south sayin we always hatin on them and everythin but obviously that aint the case i bet the south neva knew this album was droppin. at first i thought hearin yung joc n pap on the same track would be bad but its pretty tight though. its kind of funni hearin the south rappin over sampled music tho cause that dont happen very often. that remy ma joint is bananas im luvin that. well 5 starz big ups to kay slay doin it big in new york let em kno.
  • Can't Stop the Reign 2006!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By Mr.S.Carter!!
    Dat is Da Best Song of the summer this song beats so heavy when i'm ridin in the car !!!!!!!! I Luv it Plus Shaq Killed That Verse OMG!!!!!!!!!!! Shaq Can Rap!!!!!!!!!!

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