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Yella - One Mo Nigga Ta Go Album


Performer: Yella
Genre: Rap & Hip-Hop
Title: One Mo Nigga Ta Go
Country: US
Released: 1996
Style: Gangsta
Label: Street Life Records
FLAC version ZIP size: 2830 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1442 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1149 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 180

Tracklist

1West Side Story
24 Tha E
3Neva Had A Chance
4Ain't No Luv
5Interlude
6Dat's How I'm Livin
7Not Long Ago
82Two Face
9So In Luv
10Send 4 Me
11Dose Of Reality
12Streets Won't Let Me Go

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
72392 75488-2Yella One Mo Nigga Ta Go - Dedicated To The Memory Of Eazy-E ‎(CD, Album)Street Life Records 72392 75488-2US1996
SBD 5488Yella One Mo Nigga Ta Go - Dedicated To The Memory Of Eazy-E ‎(CD, Album)Street Life Records SBD 5488Canada1996
72392 75501-2Yella One Mo Nigga Ta Go - Dedicated To The Memory Of Eazy-E ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Edi)Street Life Records 72392 75501-2US1996
72392 75488-4Yella One Mo Nigga Ta Go - Dedicated To The Memory Of Eazy-E ‎(Cass, Album)Street Life Records 72392 75488-4US1996
SBC 5488Yella One Mo Nigga Ta Go - Dedicated To The Memory Of Eazy-E ‎(Cass, Album)Street Life Records SBC 5488Canada1996

Companies

  • Record Company – Scotti Bros. Records

Album

One Mo Nigga ta Go is the debut and only solo studio album by former member DJ Yella. It was released on March 26, 1996, and is dedicated to the late Eric Eazy-E Wright, a long-time friend and fellow member, who died of AIDS on March 26, 1995. The album cover shows close-up of Eazy-E's face and Yella himself at Eazy-E's grave. Recording sessions took place at Audio Achievements in Torrance, California with Donovan The Dirt Biker Smith, who also provided mixing and co-production. Released : March 26, 1996 ,, One Mo Nigga ta Go is a 1996 album by former producer DJ Yella. He never released any other solo material, and after the release he left the music industry to direct pornographic films until 2011. One of the reasons Yella made this album was to help raise money for college for nine of Eazy-Es children. One Mo Nigga Ta Go is the debut and only solo studio album by former member DJ Yella. It is a tribute dedicated to the late Eazy-E, a long-time friend and fellow member, who died of AIDS on March 26, 1995, exactly one year befor. Listen free to Yella One Mo Nigga ta Go Dose Of Reality, Westside Story and more. 20 tracks 46:50. Album by Yella. Dat's How I'm Livin' by Yella feat. Knocc Out. was sampled in. Streets Won't Let Me Go. Featuring Dresta Written-By A. Executive-Producer Antoine Yella Carraby , Chuck Gullo, David Michery. Guitar, Bass, Keyboards Mike Crazy Neck Sims. Mastered By Brian Big Bass Gardner. Filename Yella-One Mo Nigga Ta Go 1996 FLAC14 - . Pre-gap length 0:00:. Peak level 96. 7 Track quality 100. 0 Test CRC 1CF442A1 Copy CRC 1CF442A1 Cannot be verified as accurate confidence 1 , AccurateRip returned Copy OK. Track 15. Filename Yella-One Mo Nigga Ta Go 1996 FLAC15 - 2Two . Peak level 100. 0 Track quality 100. 0 Test CRC 40706390 Copy CRC 40706390 Cannot be verified as accurate confidence 1 , AccurateRip returned Copy OK. Track 16. Filename Yella-One Mo Nigga Ta Go 1996 FLAC16. Artist: Yella Album: One Mo Nigga Ta Go Released: March 26, 1996 Genre: Gangsta Rap Country: USA Duration: 00:47:46. Tracklisting: 01. Dose Of Reality 0:34 02. Westside Story 3:42 03. In 1996 Yella released the album One Mo Nigga ta Go on Street Life. The album featured several members of the old Ruthless family rapping over his productions. After this release he disappeared from the music scene, only to resurface years later as a director of pornographic movies. While for the most part he does not appear to be interested in returning to music, he did reunite with former member MC Ren for a song called Bangin on the soundtrack to one of his movies

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