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Album: Q.B. 2 Compton

Artist: Nas & The Game

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • Copyright: ℗ 2003 Get Low Digital

Tracklist For Q.B. 2 Compton By Artist Nas & The Game

Title Artist Time
I'm Looking The Game 3:35 USD 0.99
Story Board Nas & The Game 2:54 USD 0.99
When Shit Get Thick (feat. JT Nas & The Game 3:27 USD 0.99
Listen to Me Nas & The Game 4:09 USD 0.99
What Type of Nigga Nas & The Game 4:27 USD 0.99
Wanna Play Ruff Nas & The Game 3:45 USD 0.99
All I Know (feat. Young Noble) Nas & The Game 3:43 USD 0.99
Sometimes Wonder Nas & The Game 4:55 USD 0.99
Call My Home Nas & The Game 2:00 USD 0.99
2nd Chance Nas & The Game 1:03 USD 0.99
Among Kings Nas & The Game 2:55 USD 0.99
El Presidente (feat. Telly Mac Nas & The Game 4:13 USD 0.99
Beginning and End Nas & The Game 3:27 USD 0.99
Memph Bleek Iz... Nas & The Game 4:05 USD 0.99
Millionaire Pirates (feat. San The Game & Nas 4:05 USD 0.99
Neighborhood Supa Stars (feat. The Game 2:14 USD 0.99
Peace God Nas & The Game 3:43 USD 0.99
Who the Illest Nas & The Game 4:11 USD 0.99

Reviews For Q.B. 2 Compton By Artist Nas & The Game

  • 2 Rap Gods for the price of One

    By 16 HORSES
    Nas and Game are on point with their Collaboration!

    By La Musiqe
    All of the Nas lyrics are from The Lost Tapes, and the The-Game lyrics were songs originally written for him, but were then passed on to Dr. Dre. (Well, it's a bit more complicated than that, but that's the basics.)
  • wack

    By malcolm bliss
    game is dooo-doo
  • Game and Nas fans should know something about this album:

    By Warriors4life55
    Every Game fan needs to know about JT The Bigga Figga from San Francisco.He discovered Game some years back at a Russell Simmons conference and is the real founder of Black Wallstreet until he "passed the torch" to Game.This album was distributed by JT, who recorded about 40 songs with Game in the Fillmore in San Francisco then passed him on to Dr. Dre. Most of these lyrics from Game were on his first album "Untold Story" that JT put out. Most of the Nas lyrics are from "The Lost Tapes" and a few unreleased songs that leaked out.The only difference on these songs from the older ones is that the beats are different.JT put this cd out to make money.So what I'm saying is that the verses and hooks on this album are not new,they're previously recorded so don't expect much,but they're are some good remixes on here worth listening to so check it out.
  • This is not bad

    By DMV124
    The Nas songs are all unrealeased from the I am.. Album and a couple of them are on the Lost Tapes Im not sure where the Game songs are from but they're alright
  • What Is This!

    By G.Redd
    This is not a mixtape! This is for the pigs to eat! This disgraces two of my favorites in the game. Whoever released this should be banned!
  • U Shouldn't Buy This

    By levideez
    this is false advertisement. most of the songs are on other albums and the names are just changes. anyone that listens to these artists will regret buying this one.
  • queensbridge to compton

    By laura hughes
    nas is one of the greatest east coast mc's to ever live the game is a great west coast artist and their flows combine well together they also have a song in nas's album hip hop is dead called hustlers that is a great song to so get this album and hustlers
  • Q.B. 2 Compton

    By ZedNineTrey
    Nas & The game are great. Coast 2 Coast!
  • didnt download

    By gophillyeagles
    i totally just bought the song listen to me, then it downloaded, then instantly deleted. its not in the purchased playlist or my music. the only place it is on is my credit card :(

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