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I Thought You Knew - Various - Suge Knight Represents: Chronic 2000 (CD)

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  1. Disc 1: Chronic feat Treach is okay. It has some female rapper by the name of VK who sounds like a cross between Yukmouth and The Lady Of Rage. Who Do You Believe In is that vintage 2pac track that brings you back to the 2pacalypse Now days. I Thought You Knew /5(29).
  2. Suge Knight Represents: Chronic CD music Straight Hardcore Gangsta Rap like only Death Row And Suge Can produce, And some R and B mixed in there.2pac, Scarface, Kadafi and the Outlawz, E, Kurupt, Daz, Soopafly, Richie Rich, K-Ci, DJ Quik and a bunch of other stars mixed with todays future of gangsta rap like Mac-Shawn, Tha Realest, etc.
  3. Disc 1: Chronic feat Treach is okay. It has some female rapper by the name of VK who sounds like a cross between Yukmouth and The Lady Of Rage. Who Do You Believe In is that vintage 2pac track that brings you back to the 2pacalypse Now days. I Thought You Knew .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Suge Knight Represents: Chronic - Still Smokin' on Discogs.
  5. Jan 13,  · Suge Knight Represents: Chronic Disc One "Chronic " (VK featuring: Treach) "Gotta Love Gangsta's" (Tha Realest featuring: Scarface, Richie Rich) "T.
  6. –VK – Chronic –Tha Realest – Gotta Love Gangsta’s –Top Dogg – Top Dogg Cindafella –2 P a c – Who Do You Believe In Featuring – Kadafi –Mac Shawn – I Thought You Knew Featuring – Daz Dillinger, E –VK – Curiousity.
  7. Thought You Knew Lyrics: Beyetch! Young Daz, Mac-n-ac-Shawn and Forty Fonzarelli, bitch / It's all about the money in the telly / Gangstas and killers, mob and coke dealers / Mac-Shawn don't play.
  8. Suge Knight Represents: Chronic , a Various Artists Album. Released 4 May on Death Row. Genres: Gangsta Rap, West Coast Hip Hop.
  9. The marketing event of the millennium (according to jail-bound executive producer Suge Knight), Chronic Still Smokin' is as much an album of its time as the original, Dr. Dre's masterpiece The Chronic. While the original introduced a new era of commercial gangsta crossover hip-hop, the follow-up signals everything that's wrong with the state of hip-hop circa the end of the millennium.

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