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Sunday, November 22, 2009

2Pac - To Live & Die In L.A. (3trk CDS) (1997) FLAC


Label: Simply Vinyl (S12)
Format:Vinyl, 12"
Genre:Hip Hop

Wikipedia info:

"To Live & Die in L.A." is a single by rapper 2Pac (who at the time went by the name Makaveli) from his album The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. The song samples "Do Me, Baby", a song by Prince from the early '80s. It starts with an interview originally performed on KKBT's Street Science program; The host asks a man what he thinks of 2Pac's new album and he responds by saying he loves it. He then expresses that his music heightens the East/West Coast Feud, most likely referring to 2Pac's personal attack song toward The Notorious B.I.G., "Hit 'Em Up". The song then starts as Makaveli reflects on his life, with Val Young singing the chorus. The song peaked at #10 on the UK Singles chart. It is unknown, however, if the song did peak at #10 on the U.S. Rap chart. It was later included on 2Pac's Greatest Hits album in 1998.

Track Listing:

1. To Live & Die In L.A. (Radio Edit) (feat. Val Young)
2. To Live & Die In L.A. (Album Version) (feat. Val Young)
3. Just Like Daddy (Album Version)

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