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Album: The Rompalation - Best of

Artist: Various Artists

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 17

  • Copyright: ℗ 2003 Cavvy R Records / Rapbay / Urbanlife Distribution

Tracklist For The Rompalation - Best of By Artist Various Artists

Title Artist Time
What We Do (feat. Da Unda Dogg Mac Dre 4:20 USD 0.99
Howda JAY TEE 3:15 USD 0.99
This Lifetime (feat. Sleep Dan Da 'Unda' Dogg 4:08 USD 0.99
Playa to Playa (feat. Da Unda Mac Dre 4:32 USD 0.99
Hit 2 We Make Fully Loaded 3:39 USD 0.99
Gumbo (feat. Da Unda Dogg, J.T Mac Dre 3:50 USD 0.99
It Gets Thick (feat. Young Dru Mondo Manage 3:30 USD 0.99
Uninvited (feat. The Looie Cre Mac Dre 3:17 USD 0.99
Crestside Funk Da 'Unda' Dogg 3:37 USD 0.99
Ain't a Pimp (feat. Vellqwan, Da 'Unda' Dogg 3:37 USD 0.99
Do What We Believe (feat. Rich Steve Dee 3:41 USD 0.99
Where We Dwell (feat. Da Unda Mac Dre 4:19 USD 0.99
Let's Looie (feat. Mrs. Shorty The Looie Crew 4:49 USD 0.99
Ain't Where You from (feat. Yo Da 'Unda' Dogg 3:39 USD 0.99
City 2 City Smigg Dirtee 4:22 USD 0.99
I Don't (feat. R. Beta, Macnif Mac Dre 4:21 USD 0.99
U Wanna Do Da Misses 3:08 USD 0.99

Reviews For The Rompalation - Best of By Artist Various Artists

  • Mac Dre Still Kills

    By Nate From Da Bay
    i don't where that white boy is from but im from the bay and we listened to mac dre as kids and people still do hes a master spitter and i encourage you to purchase his albums
  • Don't listen to JT Kill34

    By anonymous564
    This guy clearly has no idea what he's talking about or musical taste and is low enough to talk smack about someone that's dead. Mac Dre is the illlest. Rest In Peace.

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