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Nas & Ill Will Records Presents Queensbridge the album [Explicit]

Nas & Ill Will Records Presents Queensbridge the album [Explicit]

December 19, 2000

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by Nas;Ruc
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 6, 2000
  • Release Date: November 6, 2000
  • Label: Columbia
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  • Total Length: 1:06:53
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00138KNV4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,551 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

This is the best compilation album I've ever heard.
Frank Haley
I would give this 3.5 but ....Im a qb fan but they could of done better for this cuz i spent 13.99 on this .
praBZ
This album is not as good as I thought it would be, but it isn't all that bad either.
Tourmaline

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Tom Robinson on April 7, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I think I would give this 4.5 out of 5, but anyway this is a nearly flawless album. For anyone that likes QB groups like Mobb Deep, CNN, Nas, and the countless others this is as good as it gets. Nearly every song on the album is good. I thought the best tracks were Da Bridge 2001, We Live This, Find Ya Wealth, Straight Outta QB, Oochie Wally, Our Way, Fire, Power Rap, Money, Self Conscience, and Die 4. The only song I didn't like was Street Glory. What makes this album great are all the differing MCs and the excellent production. The MCs include "classic" QB artists like MC Shan, Shante, and Marley Marl. The group, of course, includes top QB artists of today like Nas, CNN, Mobb Deep, Nature, Cormega, and Big Noyd. It also serves as an introduction to some MCs that many people have not heard like Tragedy aka Tragedy/Khadafi (who appeared a lot of CNN's classic War Report), Millenium Thug, The Bravehearts, Ruc, Jungle, Poet of Screwball, Iman Thug, Pop, Lord Black, Littles, Craig G, Chaos, Mr Challish, and Infamous Mobb. This makes the album great as does the excellent production. Most of the production is done by LES (Da Bridge 2001, Real Ni**as, Find Ya Wealth, Straight Outta QB, Fire, Street Glory, We Break Bread), but he gets help from Havoc (We Live This, Power Rap), EZ Elpee (Oochie Wally), Scott Storch (Our Way), Alchemist (Money), Mike D & Jugrnaut (Self Conscience), Plain Truth (Die 4), and Al West (Teenage Thug). Overall, this is a terrific album which features top MCs and production. This album may not be for everyone, but anyone who likes NYC hardcore will like this album.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 8, 2001
Format: Audio CD
QB was right on the money recording this album. Every song is like a hood drama. From "Money"by Mr. Challish, to "Self Conscience" by Nas & Prodigy. "Da Bridge 2001" is the perfect QB jumpoff, packed with tons of stars over a tight old school beat. Nature holds it down on his cut,"Fire". "Straight Outta QB" by Cormega/Jungle/Poet,"Oochie Wally" by the Bravehearts,"We Live This" by Havoc/Shante, and "Kids In Da PJs" by Nas/Millenium Thug/Bravehearts are considered the best QB joints I've ever heard. CNN & Infamous Mobb hold it down as well. If you don't buy this album, this is truly your loss, and that's for sure. QB 4 life
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Highsmith on March 5, 2001
Format: Audio CD
QB's Finest was an idea that Nas had going on all along and he just finally got the time to put everything together. After "Illmatic" by Nas and "The Infamous" by Mobb Deep, a path was created for rappers to follow by just telling the street tales of the infamous QB and letting your skills do the rest. Capone N Noreaga, Nature, Cormega, The Bravehearts, Infamous Mobb, & Millenium Thug are following in the path that was created for them. The CD starts off with a Who's Who of Queensbridge, "Da Bridge 2001" and has Nas ending up the all star jam with a memorable verse. Although, this isn't a Nas CD, he does carry a lot of lyrical weight on this CD compilation. Nas also includes a song that was supposed to be released in 1999 with the "I Am" and "Nastradamus" Cds, "Find Ya Wealth". This song is classic Nasty Nas, as he goes back to his roots with this song. This song will definitely have fans waiting for his new CD. QB's Finest also allows others to shine as well. Prodigy, who not to long ago released "H.N.I.C", which is a classic, shows up on "Power Rap" and a song with Nas "Self Conscience" and both of those songs are tight as well. Nature shows up with "Fire" and will have some people going to pick up his solo CD, the slept on "For All Seasons". Capone N Noreaga, who also have a classic CD on their hands with the highly anticipated "The Reunion", show up with Iman Thug on the song, "Our Way". The 2nd single to this compilation is a song for the ladies called "Oochie Wally" by The Bravehearts. The song is tight but the song on the CD is not the song that everyone is hearing on the radio and in the video.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By tomas aponte on December 20, 2000
Format: Audio CD
BELIVE IT OR NOT,,THE BLACK MARKET ALREADY HAS A COPY OF THIS,,JUST THAT NOT ALL THE SONGS ARE IN IT, BUT THEY GOT IT AND I LISTENED TO IT. THE LYRICS ARE KILLING. NOBODY SHOULD GO AGAINST THESE BAD BOYS IN A LYRIC BATTLE, CAUSE THEY WILL MAKE U LOOK BAD. THIS GOTTA BE ONE OF THE DOPEST EAST COAST RAP ALBUM THAT HAS EVER BEEN MADE. YOU WILL BE SATISFIED,,TRUST ME...PAY ATTENTION TO THE LYRICS,,THEY ARE PHAT KILLING LYRICS.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G$ on June 13, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Nas putting this out with a lot of QB artists (some of whom he was feuding with at the time) took some ba!!$ and for some reason a lot of people hate on this like they did "The Firm" (another great album). Don't expect to be getting a Nas album with this (he is on 7 of the 16 songs but only has 1 solo. Some of the finest rappers from QB make appearance on this and not many were left out (3 of the 4 members of Screwball and a few from Tragedy's 25 II Life crew most notably). Of the 16 songs, all are good, great or a classic (actually has 3 and a good amount that are close). Production is great (it lacks on a few tracks) LES does 7, Havoc & Infinite Arkatecz each do 2, ALCHemist, Scott Storch, EZ Elpee, Al West and Plain Truth all do 1 track. Make sure you get the version that has "Da Bridge 2001" on it, not all of them do. A must have album for QB rap fans, as is the "41st Side" compilation album.

#2 - 9.5 (Nas, Capone, Mobb Deep, Cormega, MC Shan, Nature, Cormega, Tragedy Khadafi, Millenium Thug (NaShawn) -- good beat Nas gets on Memphis Bleek on this one)

#3 - 9 (Havoc, Big Noyd, Shante -- great beat)

#4 - 8.5 (Nas, Ruc)

#5 - 9 (Nas)

#6 - 9.5 (Cormega, Jungle of the Braveheats, and Poet of Screwball who kicks a great verse -- good sample beat)

#7 - 8 (Braveheats (Horse, Jungle, Wiz -- I liked it before it got WAY overplayed)

#8 - 10 (CLASSIC -- Capone, Noreaga, Iman Thug -- great beat and hook -- they all kick fire verses)

#9 - 8 (Nature)

#10 - 9 (Prodigy)

#11 - 8.5 (Nas, Pop {Blitz})

#12 - 9 (Littles, Craig G, Lord Black, Chaos)

#13 - 9.5 (Mr.
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