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Dj Clue - Professional 2 - Cd

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What would you call a DJ who has yet to publicly display any ability to cut, scratch, or mix? One whose shouts of irksome catch phrases interrupt each and every selection? Would you call him... the Professional? Never mind the semantics: Queens-bred DJ Clue is back with Part 2 of his hugely popular mix CD series. It features the expected cast of playas, playettes, and wave riders, alongside one or two tight-bellied new jacks. Aside from Mary J.'s Yonkers-inflected Caron Wheeler impersonation, Jay-Z's freestyle over Biggie's "Who Shot Ya" beat, and a mildly enjoyable Snoop and Kurupt combo, everyone's pretty much benchwarming for Redman, whose "RED" irrevocably confirms his status as most valuable poet on the m.i.c. So, when's that next album dropping, Red? --Rebecca Levine

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Intro
  2. Back 2 Life 2001 - DJ Clue (feat. Mary J. Blige and Jadakiss)
  3. Jay-Z Freestyle
  4. Who's Next (X-Clue-Sive) (feat. DMX)
  5. Coming For You (feat. Beanie Sigel)
  6. Startin' Five (feat. Lox, Cam'ron, Nature & Fabolous)
  7. Getting It (feat. Busta Rhymes & Rah Digga)
  8. Cream 2001 (feat. Raekwon & Ghostface Killah)
  9. What The Beat (feat. Eminem, Method Man & Royce The 5-9)
  10. Lil' Mo Interlude
  11. Fuck A Bitch (feat. Snoop Dogg & Kurupt)
  12. Change The Game Remix - Jay-Z (feat. Daz, Kurupt, Beanie Sigel & Memphis Bleek)
  13. My Niggaz Dem - (feat. Trick Daddy & Trina)
  14. Live From The Bridge - (feat. Nas)
  15. So Hot - (feat. Foxy Brown)
  16. Chinatown - Lil' Kim (feat. Junior Mafia & Lil' Cease)
  17. Bathgate Freestyle
  18. M.A.R.C.Y. - Memphis Bleek (feat. Geda K)
  19. I Don't Care - (feat. Capone & Noreaga)
  20. The Best Of Queens (It's Us) - (feat. Mobb Deep)
  21. RED - (feat. Redman)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 12, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Roc-a-Fella
  • ASIN: B00004RGLH
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #198,592 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
So Dj Clue brings another joint and this time the cast is much better than the first one, now you can listen to CNN, Meth, Eminem, Beanie Sigel and many others. But of course there r joints featuring old cats like Jigga man, Lox, Foxy etc.
I bought this album yesterday and I've just listened it. Overall it sounds ok, it's not a spectacular cd 'cause it sounds too comercial and his trademark "DJ CLUE: THE PROFESSIONAL" and "NEW S**T" really bothers me, why he keep doing this in every song? Didn't anyone tell him to stop ?
Anyway I enjoyed most of the tracks especially Mobb Deep, Meth&M&M and Royce, Rae and Ghost, that "change the game rmx", on the other hand I didn't like Foxy Brow's "So Hot" and Memphis's "M.A.R.C.Y", the other ones r fine.
Obviously there r better dj's than Clue but the reason why I still buy his albuns is the x-cluesive tracks he gets...it's amazing!!
So if u like the first one probably u'll find "the professional part 2" better, so don't sleep on this one!!
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With one of the best DJ's in the business in Clue and some of the most lethal MC's on the planet in Jay Z, Kurupt, Mobb Deep, Eminem, Method Man, Beanie Seagal,etc. you would expect this album to be hot to death.
But instead The Professional Part 2 is only lukewarm at best.
As with many collaborations this one falls short in the one area you would expect it to be the tightest,that is lyrically.
Many of the MC's fail to shine and don't bring their most lethal games to the table.
However a few stand outs from Part 2 both lyrically and beat wise is:
Track # 5 - Coming for You featuring Beenie Seagal
Track # 8 - Cream 2001 featuring Raekwon and Ghostface Killah
The highlight of this album however is the unexpected but off the chains collaboration of the ROC and the DPG in the Change the Game (Remix).
For those of you who don't believe that both Jay Z and Kurupt are two of the tightest MC's to ever grace the mic then you better strap up your boot straps and listen clearly because these two MC's and their respective clicks are off the meat rack and I would not want to be caught dead going toe to toe in a freestyle with either one of them because I would be leaving brainless and toe tagged, yah heard!
Overall there are some very fat beats on this album but most of the MC's are left shooting blanks and some never even load the chamber or cock back the hammer.
Could have been a classic
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After blessing us with "The Professional" and the "Backstage: Mixtape" CD, DJ Clue is at it again with "The Professional Part 2". What I like about DJ Clue is that he has so much respect in the hip hop community, that most rappers and even some singers will bless DJ Clue with 16 bars or a hook at the drop of a hat. He always finds a way to get exclusive freestyles and hot tracks from today's most popular artists. This CD is no different from his previous CDs because it follows the same format but it still constantly reminds you of when you could get the tapes and CDs from back in the day with DJ Clue's famous sayings throughout the tape or CD. On "The Professional Part 2", DJ Clue starts off with a track called "Back 2 Life 2001" w/Mary J Blige & Jadakiss. Mary J rips the Soul II Soul classic to shreds and Jadakiss does his thing as usual when he gets his turn. This CD features a lot of today's favorites: Jay Z, DMX, The LOX, Capone N Noreaga, Nas, Method Man, Redman, Busta Rhymes, etc. The CD's main highlights are the "Jay Z Freestyle" where he takes one of my old favorite Notorious BIG beats and changes the game as usual with his lyrics. Then Jay Z hits us with something unexpected. A remix to the 2nd single off of his "Dynasty: Roc La Familia" CD for "Change The Game" w/Daz, Kurupt, Beanie Sigel and Memphis Bleek. The ROC and the DPG make for a classic collaboration on this song and this should definitely please people that are fans of Tha Dogg Pound and Rocafella.Read more ›
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By A Customer on May 5, 2001
Format: Audio CD
STOP TALKING SO MUCH! Nothing can ruin a CD as bad as a chatty DJ. There should be another version of this CD where he plays with Duct tape over his mouth.
I'm going back to Tony Touch.
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By A Customer on April 19, 2001
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If DJ Clue could keep himself from shouting the most annoying interjections every 5 seconds of every song, this CD would probably be one of my favorites. Almost all the tracks are really good, but DJ Clue successfully ruins every single one by either giving himself props every few seconds, telling us who's MC, or just yelling ...with his stupid stadium effect mic. CD is a would-be-good, but loudmouth Clue makes it a waste of money.
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Nice selection of artists, how could you mess up a cd with all of these stars? Well, DJ clue must have solved the mystery on how to do just that. His obnoxious yelling is painfull for the ears. This is definiteley an album to leave on the shelves.
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By A Customer on June 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
thr pros about this album s that there alot of tight rappers and beats the cons about this album is that clue calls himself a dj but he's a dumb phony who doesn't know when to shut his mouth all he does is yell out throughout the whole album saying stupid stuff and giving shoutouts while the rappers rap he nees o shut up an lets us hear the song if u want this album still, go copy it off the net cause the is not worth the money ohyeah he dosen't even scratch
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