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XXL Raps, Vol. 1 [Clean]

Various Artists Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (November 15, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Clean
  • Label: Razor & Tie
  • ASIN: B000BO8SIG
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #836,385 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Evil Deeds – Eminem
2. Ski Mask Way – 50 Cent
3. On Fire – Lloyd Banks
4. Bonafied Hustler – Young Buck
5. Live By The Gun – Tony Yayo
6. Ghetto – Fabolous
7. My Life – T.I.
8. Get Crunk – ‘Lil Jon
9. Trill – Paul Wall
10. Bloody War – David Banner
11. Whuteva – Remy Ma
12. Safe 2 Say (The Incredible) – Fat Joe
13. Set It Off – Young Gunz
14. First Last And Only – Memphis Bleek
15. G’s Up – Jim Jones
16. Food – Common
17. Wanna Know – Obie Trice
18. The Children’s Song – Trick Daddy

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XXL Raps is the debut compilation from XXl, the country's fastest growing publication in the hip hop world. Includes album cuts and hit singles from top hip hop legends Eminem, 50 Cent, Fat Joe, Lil Jon and Common. Razor. 2005.

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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars xxl is horrible November 22, 2005
Format:Audio CD
This magazine fell apart so quick. They are no longer a unbias magazine. Instead they are a Interscope propaganda machine. Just look at the covers? Every year Shady/G-Unit gets a automatic 8 covers. Every album from that camp gets automatic XXL and XL ratings. Even the horrible Tony Yayo album got a XL maybe the most disgraful rating I've ever seen in hip hop. As a hip hop reader I can never take anything they write serious because they are tainted and corrupt. I suggest you search else where if you want a good hip hop mag.

Now that I got that out the way let's talk about the album. The first thing that slaps you in the face when you look at the tracklisting is how the first 5 songs are all Shady/G-Unit. They didn't even try to hide their bias alliance. Even doing the criminally insane by putting the dreadful Yayo on the album as if that guy deserves to be on a Hits album. This album is a Shady/G-Unit promotion album rather then a hip hop hits album. Shame on you XXL you have no love for hip hop and no integrity. I don't see this selling because people are getting sick of XXL's grimey actions and the fans of G-Unit all ready own the albums and have these songs so I don't see them wasting 12.99 on this.
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1.0 out of 5 stars xxl is horrible November 22, 2005
Format:Audio CD
This magazine fell apart so quick. They are no longer a unbias magazine. Instead they are a Interscope propaganda machine. Just look at the covers? Every year Shady/G-Unit gets a automatic 8 covers. Every album from that camp gets automatic XXL and XL ratings. Even the horrible Tony Yayo album got a XL maybe the most disgraful rating I've ever seen in hip hop. As a hip hop reader I can never take anything they write serious because they are tainted and corrupt. I suggest you search else where if you want a good hip hop mag.

Now that I got that out the way let's talk about the album. The first thing that slaps you in the face when you look at the tracklisting is how the first 5 songs are all Shady/G-Unit. They didn't even try to hide their bias alliance. Even doing the criminally insane by putting the dreadful Yayo on the album as if that guy deserves to be on a Hits album. This album is a Shady/G-Unit promotion album rather then a hip hop hits album. Shame on you XXL you have no love for hip hop and no integrity. I don't see this selling because people are getting sick of XXL's grimey actions and the fans of G-Unit all ready own the albums and have these songs so I don't see them wasting 12.99 on this.
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