Label: Priority Records - none • Format: 2x, CDr Compilation, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Bass Music, Gangsta, Bounce
Due Gangstafied - Various - No Limit Greatest Hits no longer owning No Limit, Master P had no involvement in the making of this compilation. David Jeffries of Allmusic wrote: . According to the credits, Master P isn't involved in the selection of these tracks, but the compiling was obviously done by some real No Limit soldiers who reach well past the big names: Master P, Snoop Dogg, Silkk the Shocker, C-Murder, and Mystikal.
Hearing the forgotten Fiend's excellent, over-the-top "Mr. Whomp Whomp" is evidence that No Limit predicted the crunk craze ofand while ridiculous moments like "Where the Little Souljas At? Dick are embarrassing enough that P wouldn't have picked them, they are fun reminders of what a wacky and scrappy empire No Limit was. There's also some real heat pulled off long-lost compilations and soundtracks, and the big five's output for the label is whittled down to the most necessary tracks, although Snoop's time at the label was short and there's an argument to be made that C-Murder is underrepresented.
Better liner notes and some photographs -- there are absolutely none included -- would have been Gangstafied - Various - No Limit Greatest Hitsbut otherwise this is a great snapshot of the label that taught everyone else how to exploit the underground and released some great gangsta music along the way.
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