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Off Topic / Re: REQ: Al Green ft. Devante Swing - Could This Be The Love MP3
« Last post by TannerG on February 17, 2018, 11:33:42 PM »
I can get you a lossless rip soon.

Thank you. It would be really appreciated.
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Downloads / Re: Compton’s Righteous – "Tha Big Jake Files" (Sealed since 1995)
« Last post by djcoma on February 17, 2018, 10:35:34 PM »
There was a couple different versions of this album with different track lists. Unfortunately it was all sourced from MP3s so having this in lossless doesn’t make much of a difference.
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Downloads / Re: Compton’s Righteous – "Tha Big Jake Files" (Sealed since 1995)
« Last post by anonjohn on February 17, 2018, 09:13:33 PM »
77megabytes?

Uh heres a FLAC
Compton's Righteous (2014) Tha Big Jake Files Sealed Since 1995 (Vinyl) [FLAC]

https://mega.nz/#!SJ0WECpL!jcHz-uGQL6aqLQFiiIsgtxNo56CD1bS42Ab-2En5Kq0
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Off Topic / Re: REQ: Al Green ft. Devante Swing - Could This Be The Love MP3
« Last post by djcoma on February 17, 2018, 09:02:01 PM »
I can get you a lossless rip soon.
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Off Topic / REQ: Al Green ft. Devante Swing - Could This Be The Love MP3
« Last post by TannerG on February 17, 2018, 08:54:26 PM »
I'm looking for a decent quality non-YouTube rip of Al Green's "Could This Be The Love", produced by Devante Swing. I really don't want to buy the album, considering this was the only track I liked on it when I use to have it on my old computer. I really just want this song. The album its from is "Your Heart's In Good Hands". Any help tracking down this song would be appreciated.

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Downloads / Re: Compton’s Righteous – "Tha Big Jake Files" (Sealed since 1995)
« Last post by felonious on February 17, 2018, 07:55:36 PM »
is this tagged like the old one on youtube?

its kind of cool that one guy got a corrosion of conformity shirt on. i wonder if he was into the band or just liked the shirt?
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"Still Thuggin" is a musical tribute to Tupac Shakur. Unlike other tribute albums, most of the songs are from artist and friends who actually knew or recorded with Tupac. Artists like Money B, E.D.I. Mean, and Noble from Outlawz, Mac Mall, E-40, Lady of Rage, Dave Hollister, C-BO and more.   The first single “Ambitionz” features heartfelt verses from Money B, Mac Mall and Yukmouth from the Luniz.

More information : https://stillthuggin.com/
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Low M.B. from the legendary 1990s rap group O.F.T.B. who was signed to Death Row Records during the mid 1990s. The group consisted of Low M.B., Flipside (RIP) and Bust Stop. The group developed a relatioship with Tupac when he signed to Death Row in 1995, and Low actually knew Tupac before they were label mates. OFTB appeared on 5 Death Row produced movie sound tracks and they released one album, before signing with Death Row. Low grew up in Watts, right outside the Nickerson Gardens public housing projects where he spent much of youth. All the members of OFTB were members of the Bounty Hunter Bloods, and in 2013, Flipside was gunned down by a Grape Street Crip in Watts. Low recently appeared on docu-show “Who Killed Tupac?” on A&E which led to a music compilation project called “Still Thuggin” in which he is on the second single entitled, “” he recorded with Macadoshis. The first single is entitled “Ambitionz” by Macmall, Money B and Yukmouth.

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Downloads / Compton’s Righteous – "Tha Big Jake Files" (Sealed since 1995)
« Last post by BowdenCstyle on February 17, 2018, 06:44:30 PM »


01. Live From Centenial High School Compton CA
02. The Mind Is A Ocean
03. Gillinism
04. Tha Irie Manifesto
05. Kush Inhalations
06. Suicide City
07. Worldwide
08. Parlay
09. Tha Seventh Direction
10. Shake Tha Spot
11. Compton Is Beautiful
12. Whats Up 2 Compton (featuring DJ M-Walk)

Recorded At – LG's Crib, Compton, California
Recorded At – Death Row Studios, Tarzana, California
Lyrics By, Written-By, Arranged By, Co-producer – JimC
Music By, Producer, Scratches – Tha Selector LG
Management – Big Jake Robles Management

Download and enjoy : http://www101.zippyshare.com/v/SEtP6jRM/file.html

Shoutouts to : Big Jake's Mom's, Jim-Bob, Roddy Tutti, Big Zo, Big CK, G-Weed, B-Nick, Bat,
Mad, Nip Meatman, Nip Big Toot, Nip Mausberg, Nip Spud-Nella, Westside 149 Campanella Park Piru,
Black Tone, Macnif, Weegie, Young Reap, The Gillin Family and The Conner.



In 1994 the Group went on to record a full album that was to be released on Interscope Records (with material recorded @ Can-Am, Death Row studios) but was shelved and never released. The general up and downs of life and tha Murder of tha group's expeditor Jai Hassan Robles "Big Jake" in 1995 seriously damaged tha groups progress.

Big Jake Robles was an executive with the label and close friend of Suge. In 1995, Big Jake was shot by a guy with a semiautomatic, he died 2 weeks later in a hospital. Then, the album was shelved. Most of this material was recorded in CPT and Tarzana. Written and produced by JimC & LG.

In August 1995, Jake Robles, a Death Row employee and friend of Knight, was shot after an argument at a party in Atlanta. No charges were filed, but witnesses claimed the shooter was one of Combs' bodyguards. Knight made no public comment, but the New York Times quoted an unnamed associate who promised that Knight would "settle the beef his way. On the street."

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there were rumors about Wack doing Death Row albums because he posted on his instagram about resurrecting DR
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