Mo Money - After All / The Skit FLAC album
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP
Title: After All / The Skit
FLAC version ZIP size: 1193 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1809 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1411 mb
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Mo' Money: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the 1992 film of the same name. It was released June 23, 1992 on Perspective Records. The soundtrack peaked at six on the Billboard 200 chart. By September 1992, it was certified platinum in sales by the RIAA, after sales exceeding 1,000,000 copies in the United States. The album peaked at number six on the . Billboard 200 and reached the second spot on the R&B albums chart. The album was certified platinum in September 1992.
Mo Money Mo Problems" is a single by The Notorious . the second single from his album Life After Death. Released posthumously, the single topped the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in 1997, replacing "I'll Be Missing You" from the chart, Puff Daddy's tribute to the rapper's death himself. The song is Notorious . s second posthumous number one single, following "Hypnotize", making him the only artist in Hot 100 history to have two number one singles posthumously
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Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems. Produced by Stevie J & Diddy. Album Life After Death. Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems Lyrics. I'm the D to the A to the D-D-Y Know you'd rather see me die than to see me fly I call all the shots, rip all the spots Rock all the rocks, cop all the drops I know you thinking now, "When all the ballin' stops?" Nigga never home, gotta call me on the yacht Ten years from now we'll still be on top Yo, I thought I told you that we won't stop Now what you gon' do with a crew That got money much longer than yours And a team much stronger than yours?
Mo Money (Interlude)" Don't believe the parenthetical in the song title. This is a real song, albeit, a relatively brief one. While eerie theremin sounds intertwine, Cole raps about greenbacks, skillfully ending each line with money. 10. "Where's Jermaine? (Skit) - 11. "Forbidden Fruit" feat. Kendrick Lamar After a skit featuring a choir rehearsal ("Where's Jermaine?"), Cole launches into another album highlight. Forbidden Fruit" samples jazz organist Ronnie Foster's 1972 "Mystic Brew"-which any respectable hip-hop fan will recognize as the source material of A Tribe Called Quest's "Eclectic Relaxation" - but the drums give it a brand-new half-time bounce.
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After the first album, said, ‘If I blow up and go platinum, I’m going to give you the money you want. Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems. 12. I Got a Story to Tell.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||After All (Radio)
Featuring – Mase
|A2||After All (Main)
Featuring – Mase
|A3||After All (Instrumental)|
|B1||The Skit (Been Around) (Radio)|
|B2||The Skit (Been Around) (Main)|
|B3||The Skit (Been Around) (Instrumental)|
- Producer – Team Diehard
|DH-006||Mo Money*||After All / The Skit (12")||Diehard Records||DH-006||US||1996|
|none||Mo' Money||After All / The Skit (CD, Single)||Diehard Records||none||US||1996|