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Rapper Gone Bad album for sale by Mac Dre was released Dec 05, 2006 on the Thizz Nation label. Mac Dre's classic album "Rapper Gone Bad" never got the attention it deserved when it was first released in 1999, so Thizz Nation presents this reissue containing 4 bonus tracks featuring Mistah F.A. B., Dubee, Mac Mall, Money Gang and Thizz South. Rapper Gone Bad CD music Producers include: Lev Berlak, Tone Capone, Ant Banks. Audio Mixers: Jason Moss; Phillip Armstrong. Recording information: Blackhand Studios, New York, NY; Dollar & Spence Studios, Vallejo, CA; Live Oak Studios, Oakland, CA; The Grill Studios, Oakland, CA. ...See Full Description
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||Mac Dre is the greatest & underated rapper of all time!|
This cd is one that you don't have to press skip on. Just rewind to hear some of the coldest raps ever laid down. He is the top then and now so pick this up because it's hittin harder than anything on MTV or BET. And the radio.
By tmac602 (PHOENIX AZ)
||Mac Dre back in the game|
If you don't live in Bay Area, then there's a good chance you've never heard Mac Dre who comes straight outta Vallejo, Cali . Way back '89 Dre was distributing copies of his 4 track EP called "Young Black Brotha". The hit single "Too Hard For The F---in' Radio" was featured on the EP. Born in Oakland in 1970, this 18 year old kid was rapping under Strictly Business Records, to which derived "The Mac". The Mac represented the V-town with a couple of albums years earlier and with the works of Khayree, who was nearing perfection everyday, became the major influence behind the game of young Dre. In 1991, times started to get crazy, playa haters were on the rise and The Mac got killed in a case of mistaken identity. Dre was greatly influenced by The Mac, and Dre took that influence and elevated to the next level of the game. Dre got some air time on some local radio stations, and did shows around the golden state, and things seemed to be going all good. MD released two more EP's, and rap fans in the Bay Area were lovin' Dre! But the VPD (Vallejo Police Department) was not. Many robberies were going on in the town, and the VPD arrested Dre and gave him 5 years in Lompoc Federal Prison. Dre was able to record a live album from jail, and in late '93 he released Young Black Brotha- The Album which had 21 tracks, which was a lot back then. Dre got out of jail in '96 and released The Rompilation and Stupid Doo Doo Dumb followed in '98, he also got arrested again in '98. After serving another year in jail for violating his parole, Mac Dre drops Rapper Gone Bad. Most people who have heard this album will tell you it's average, and they expected more of Mac Dre. I also expected more of Dre, 'cause I've been bumpin' his music for years. But it was a pretty good album though. Dre has some of the best lyrics ever he can funny, he can dramatic, and he can be a straight savage. The best tracks are "I've Been Down," "Rapper Gone Bad," "Fast Money," "Fish Head Stew," "Fire" and "Mac Stabber." "Mac Stabber" has gained much attention 'cause in this song Dre disses longtime friends Mac Mall and Khayree. Dre really lets 'em have it on this one. All in all, a solid album any Bay Area rap fan shouldn't be without. Mac Dre is 29 years old, but still spittin' the way he was when he was 18.
By pimp_daddy_bobby (Pittsburg, Cali)
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|CD Universe Part number||7324991|
|Release Date||Dec 05, 2006|
|Recording Time||55 minutes|