Silkk - The Shocker FLAC album
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP
Title: The Shocker
FLAC version ZIP size: 1663 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1819 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1590 mb
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The Shocker is the debut album of American rapper Silkk the Shocker, who was then known as Silkk. It was released on August 20, 1996, by No Limit Records and Priority Records. It features production by Beats By the Pound and guest appearances from C-Murder and Mia X among others. The Shocker was only a mild success compared to some his future albums and made it to number 49 on the US Billboard 200 and on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
Silkk the Shocker discography. American rapper Silkk The Shocker has released five studio albums, eight compilation albums, two soundtrack album, one mixtape, nine singles, and eight music videos. His music has been released on Priority Records, Koch Records & EMI along with his former record label's No Limit Records, The New No Limit, Guttar Music & his current label No Limit Forever.
AKA: Silkk, Vyshonne Miller, Vyshonn Miller, Vyshonn K. Miller, and Vyshonn King Miller. About Silkk the Shocker. Vyshonn King Miller better known as his stage name, Silkk The Shocker, is an American Hip Hop artist and actor. Musical Career: Silkk’s success started with his first album known as The Shocker which peaked at the position on Billboard’s Top R&B/HIP-HOP Albums, and stayed on the chart for ten months
Silkk The Shocker - The Ghettos Tryin to Kill Me. ✪ Silkk The Shocker - Based On A True Story Cd Quality. Silkk The Shocker rose to fame in the mid-late 1990s, after striking a deal with Priority, Silkk released his 1996 debut album The Shocker in August 1996 using the alias "Silkk" and with beats from acclaimed producers such as Craig B and DJ Daryl. After changing his name to Silkk The Shocker, he went on to appear on numerous albums from TRU's Tru 2 da Game, Mia X's Unlady Like, and Mystikal's Unpredictable. He had a brief feud with veteran rapper .
Silkk tha Shocker (born Vyshonn King Miller on June 18, 1975) is a rapper from New Orleans, Louisiana and the brother of rappers Master P and C-Murder. He is characterised by his rap style, in which he will rap one line really fast, and the next line really slow. Silkk rose to fame in the mid-to-late 1990s, releasing records through Master P's label, No Limit Records. His self-titled debut, The Shocker, was released in 1996.
Perhaps he should have continued his apprenticeship a little longer, because Shocker is an unfocused, uncaring slice of West Coast gangsta rap. Sure, there are a handful of strong backing tracks and Silkk is a competent rapper, even if he isn't particularly distinctive. But his calculated violence and his rampant misogyny ("Hoes Ain't Nothin' But Hoes" just about sums it up) make Shocker nearly unlistenable
|–Silkk*||I Ain't Takin No Shorts||2:55|
|–Silkk*||No Limit Party||5:39|
|–Silkk*||How We Mobb||4:00|
|–Silkk*||It's Time To Ride||3:05|
|–Silkk*||If My 9 Could Talk||3:43|
|–Skull Dugrey*||Commercial 1||0:47|
|–Silkk*||Got Em Fiending||3:42|
|–Silkk*||Why My Homie||5:22|
|P2 50591||Silkk*||The Shocker (CD, Album)||No Limit Records, Priority Records||P2 50591||US||1996|
|P1 50591||Silkk*||The Shocker (2xLP, Album)||No Limit Records, Priority Records||P1 50591||US||1996|
|7243 8 45276 2 4||Silkk*||The Shocker (CD, Album)||No Limit Records, Priority Records||7243 8 45276 2 4||Canada||1996|
|P4 50591||Silkk*||The Shocker (Cass, Album)||No Limit Records, Priority Records||P4 50591||US||1996|