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Various - Big League Records Greatest Hits mp3 track

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Performer: Various
Title: Big League Records Greatest Hits
Country: US
Released: 1999
Style: Thug Rap
Category: Hip hop
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: XM AHX ASF MMF MOD TTA XM

Tracklist

1 Richie Rich Don't Do It
2 Richie Rich Snitches & B------
3 Richie Rich 415
4 D-Loc Groupie A-- B----
5 D-Loc Niggas Just Jock Me
6 D-Loc Regina The Teaser
7 D-Loc Lifestyle As A Gangsta
8 415 41Fivin
9 415 Court In The Street
10 415 Call It What U Want 2
11 D-Loc Get Loc'd Out
12 Richie Rich Side Show

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 71983-71999-23

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BLC - 1999 Various Big League Records Greatest Hits ‎(Cass, Comp) Big League Records, Inc. BLC - 1999 US 1999

Big League Records Greatest Hits. Productions Presents Big League Records Greatest Hits is a compilation of previously released material from Oakland, California rap group 415 and its main performers Richie Rich and D-Loc. The tracks are compiled from 415's only two releases (41Fivin and Nu Niggaz on Tha Blokkk), as well as the solo debut albums from Richie Rich (Don't Do It) and D-Loc (Split Personality).

Hip Hop's Greatest Albums By Year" in Sacha Jenkins, Elliott Wilson, Chairman Mao, Gabriel Alvarez & Brent Rollins. ego trip's Book of Rap Lists, New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, pp. 331–337 The Sugar Hill Story - Old School Rap To The Beat Y'all (Sequel, 1992) 5 This is the definitive collection pertaining to the earliest hip hop label, compiled for Sequel by David Toop.

Greatest Hits is a compilation album by The Notorious . The album was released on March 6, 2007 by Bad Boy Records and Atlantic Records, three days before the 10th anniversary of his death. The album was criticized for not containing many of the Notorious . s biggest hits, including: "Mo Money Mo Problems", "Going Back to Cali", "Player's Anthem" and "Sky's the Limit". It was also criticized as an unnecessary release, given the limited amount of material which the Notorious .

Greatest hits retrospectives are more than just stocking-fillers; they sell in their millions. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Official Albums Chart, we reveal the greatest of the greatest – the hits collections that sold the most. Queen – Greatest Hits. It has the dubious honour of being the biggest selling greatest hits album not to get to Number 1, too. While it shifted plenty of copies, it was beaten to the top by Madonna's Confessions On A Dance Floor. Never Forget: The Ultimate Collection has sold . 6 million.