Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Rating Length
A1 Intro
0:55
A2 Still Ballin
2:49
A3 When We Ride on Our Enemies
2:54
A4 Changed Man
3:52
B1 Fuck Em All
4:25
B2 Never B Peace
4:59
B3 Mama’s Just a Little Girl
4:58
12" Vinyl 2
# Title Rating Length
C1 Street Fame
4:30
C2 Whatcha Gonna Do
3:38
C3 Fair Xchange
3:52
D1 Late Night
4:18
D2 Ghetto Star
4:14
D3 Thugz Mansion (Nas acoustic)
4:12
12" Vinyl 3
# Title Rating Length
E1 My Block (remix)
5:22
E2 Thugz Mansion
4:07
E3 Never Call U Bitch Again
4:38
E4 Better Dayz
4:17
F1 U Can Call
3:50
F2 Military Minds
5:29
F3 Fame
4:50
12" Vinyl 4
# Title Rating Length
G1 Fair Xchange (remix)
3:56
G2 Catchin Feelins
4:54
G3 There U Go
5:30
H1 This Life I Lead
5:21
H2 Who Do U Believe In
5:30
H3 They Don’t Give a Fuck About Us
5:08

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

violin:
Angeliqua Cowart (track B3)
drums programming:
Francisco Pimentel (track A2)
organ:
Donavan Henry (track B3)
guitar:
G-Mack (US Rapper) (track B1)
Tim Stewart (track B3)
Alex Stiff (track B3)
Ryan Stuber (track B2)
bass:
Alex Stiff (track B3)
electric guitar:
keyboard:
Ronnie King (track B1)
Francisco Pimentel (track A2)
additional vocals:
arranger:
Johnny Jackson (US rap/hip-hop) (track B1)
assistant engineer:
Bill Bennett (engineer) (tracks A2, A4, B2)
Warren Bletcher (track B1)
Andrew Chavez (engineer) (track A1)
Steve Fisher (engineer) (track A4)
Corey Williams (track A4)
background vocals:
Courtney Copeland (track A4)
Ellis Taylor (track B3)
co-producer:
engineer:
Asif Ali (track A1)
Ian Blanch (track A2)
Ian Boxill (track B1)
Leslie Brathwaite (track A4)
Keston Wright (track A4)
Claudio Cueni (tracks A3, B2)
guest performer:
E.D.I. (track B2)
Kimmy Hill (track B3)
Kastro (US rapper Katari Cox aka Castro) (track B2)
The Outlawz (rap group founded by 2Pac) (track B1)
Maurice Young (track A2)
instruments:
Briss (track A3)
mixer:
E.D.I. (track B1)
Leslie Brathwaite (track A4)
Claudio Cueni (tracks A2–A3, B1–B3)
Dexter Simmons (track A1)
producer:
Seven Aurelius (track A1)
Briss (track A3)
Johnny Jackson (US rap/hip-hop) (tracks A2–B3)
Phalon Alexander (track A4)
Kip “KP” Wilson (Kip Wilson) (track B3)
Francisco Pimentel (tracks A2, B2)
writer:
T. Shakur (American rapper) (tracks A1–B3)
Seven Aurelius (track A1)
E.D.I. (tracks B1–B2)
Kimmy Hill (track B3)
Johnny Jackson (US rap/hip-hop) (tracks A2–B3)
Phalon Alexander (track A4)
Kip “KP” Wilson (Kip Wilson) (track B3)
Yafeu Fula (US Rapper Yafeu Akiyele Fula) (track B1)
Kastro (US rapper Katari Cox aka Castro) (tracks B1–B2)
Napoleon (Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, rapper) (track B1)
Francisco Pimentel (tracks A2, B2)
Alex Stiff (track B3)
Maurice Young (track A2)
Young Noble (track B1)
publisher:
Antraphil Music (track A2)
BMG Music (not for release label use!) (tracks A2–A4, B2–B3)
Beats by KP (track B3)
Black/Hispanic Music (tracks A2–A4, B2–B3)
Bubba Gee Music (track A4)
Noontime Tunes (track A4)
Pimentel International (tracks A2, B2)
Thug Nation Music (tracks B1–B2)
Universal Music Corporation (tracks A2–B3)
Universal Music Publishing (Use ONLY if no country-specific information is available) (track B1)
Warner/Chappell (tracks A2, A4)
Woodstiff (track B3)
mixed at:
recorded at:
The Enterprise (aka Enterprise Studios) in Burbank, California, United States (tracks A2–A4, B2)
recording of:
Fuck Em All (track B1)
Intro (track A1)

12" Vinyl 2

guitar:
Michael Herring (tracks C2–C3, D3)
assistant engineer:
Bill Bennett (engineer) (track C3)
Ian Blanch (track C2)
Steve Fisher (engineer) (track C3)
Mark Vinten (track D3)
Corey Williams (track C3)
engineer:
Claudio Cueni (tracks C1–C2, D3)
DJ Quik (West Coast US rapper & producer) (track D1)
Leslie Brathwaite (track C3)
Kevin Crouse (track D3)
Keston Wright (track C3)
guest performer:
J. Phoenix (vocals on "Thugz Mansion (N.Y.)" by Nas) (track D3)
Phalon Alexander (track C3)
Kastro (US rapper Katari Cox aka Castro) (track C2)
Nas (US rapper) (track D3)
Sean Cole (track D2)
The Outlawz (rap group founded by 2Pac) (track D1)
DJ Quik (West Coast US rapper & producer) (track D1)
Young Noble (track C2)
instruments:
Briss (track C1)
mixer:
Claudio Cueni (tracks C1–C2)
Leslie Brathwaite (track C3)
E.D.I. (tracks C2, D2)
producer:
Briss (track C1)
Claudio Cueni (track D3)
Gregory Banks (track D2)
Michael Herring (track D3)
Johnny Jackson (US rap/hip-hop) (tracks C3, D3)
Phalon Alexander (track C3)
DJ Quik (West Coast US rapper & producer) (track D1)
remixer:
E.D.I. (track C2)
writer:
T. Shakur (American rapper) (tracks C1–D3)
Claudio Cueni (track D3)
Delmar Arnaud (US rapper Delmar Arnaud) (track C1)
Fatal (track D1)
Gregory Banks (track D2)
Michael Herring (track D3)
Johnny Jackson (US rap/hip-hop) (tracks C3, D3)
Phalon Alexander (track C3)
Yafeu Fula (US Rapper Yafeu Akiyele Fula) (track D1)
Kastro (US rapper Katari Cox aka Castro) (track C2)
Larry Loftin (songwriter & vocalist) (track D3)
Larry Mizell (track D1)
Nas (US rapper) (track D3)
Duane Nettlesbey (track C2)
Sean Cole (track D2)
DJ Quik (West Coast US rapper & producer) (track D1)
Donna Hunter (female rapper, Outlawz member Donna Hunter) (track C2)
Young Noble (track C2)
E.D.I. (track C2)
publisher:
Alruby Music Inc. (track D1)
Amaru Publishing (track D1)
BMG Music (not for release label use!) (tracks C3, D3)
Black/Hispanic Music (tracks C3, D3)
Bubba Gee Music (track C3)
Cueni Publishing (track D3)
DTNT Publishing (track C2)
Ill Will Music (track D3)
Noontime Tunes (track C3)
Nuttso Publishing (track D2)
Songs of Universal (track D1)
Thug Angel Music (track C2)
Thug Nation Music (track C2)
Universal Music Corporation (tracks C1–D3)
Warner/Chappell (track C3)
Yaki Kadafi Music (track D1)
Zomba Music Publishing (music publisher - add no releases here!) (track D3)
mixed at:
recorded at:
Can-Am Recorders in Tarzana, Los Angeles, California, United States (tracks C1–C3, D2–D3)
The Enterprise (aka Enterprise Studios) in Burbank, California, United States (track C3)
samples:
Wind Parade (remix) by Donald Byrd (track D1)
recording of:
Ghetto Star (track D2)
Late Night (track D1)
What'cha Gonna Do (track C2)

12" Vinyl 3

drums programming:
guitar:
Michael “Fish” Herring (tracks E3–E4, F2)
keyboard:
Ronnie King (tracks E3–E4)
arranger:
Johnny Jackson (US rap/hip-hop) (tracks E3–E4)
assistant engineer:
Bill Bennett (engineer) (track F1)
Ian Blanch (tracks F2–F3)
Warren Bletcher (track E4)
Andrew Chavez (engineer) (track E2)
Chris Dela Pena (tracks E3–E4)
James Musshorn (track E1)
Mark Vinten (track E2)
background vocals:
Marquis Barnes (track E1)
Carl Raheem Lyons (track E1)
Tiyon Martin (track E1)
Jessi Salinaz (track E1)
Jasmine Wilson (track E1)
Jordan Wilson (track E1)
engineer:
Asif Ali (track E2)
Ian Blanch (track E1)
Ian Boxill (tracks E3–E4)
Kevin Crouse (track E2)
Colin T. Michaels (track E2)
Keston Wright (track F1)
Claudio Cueni (tracks E3, F2–F3)
guest guitar:
R.J. (dance/R&B vocalist) (track E2)
guest bass:
Paul Butchnell (track E2)
R.J. (dance/R&B vocalist) (track E2)
guest performer:
Buckshot (NY rapper of Boot Camp Clik & Black Moon) (track F2)
CoCo Brothers (track F2)
Anthony Hamilton (US R&B/soul singer & producer) (track E2)
Phalon Alexander (track F1)
Yafeu Fula (US Rapper Yafeu Akiyele Fula) (track F3)
Kastro (US rapper Katari Cox aka Castro) (track F3)
Mr. Biggs (track E4)
Napoleon (Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, rapper) (track F3)
Tyrese Gibson (track E3)
Young Noble (track F3)
instruments:
Seven Aurelius (track E2)
mixer:
Johnny Jackson (US rap/hip-hop) (track E4)
Ian Boxill (track E4)
Leslie Brathwaite (track F1)
Claudio Cueni (tracks E1, E3, F3)
E.D.I. (tracks E3, F3)
Dexter Simmons (track E2)
producer:
Seven Aurelius (track E2)
Darryl Harper (US hip hop producer) (track F2)
Johnny Jackson (US rap/hip-hop) (tracks E2–F1)
Phalon Alexander (track F1)
publisher:
Raymond R. Coleman (track E1)
remixer:
E.D.I. (track F2)
writer:
T. Shakur (American rapper) (tracks E1–F3)
Seven Aurelius (track E2)
Buckshot (NY rapper of Boot Camp Clik & Black Moon) (track F2)
CoCo Brothers (track F2)
Raymond R. Coleman (track E1)
O. Harvey, Jr. (track E1)
Anthony Hamilton (US R&B/soul singer & producer) (track E2)
Darryl Harper (US hip hop producer) (track F2)
E. Isley (track E4)
M. Isley (track E4)
O. Isley (track E4)
R. Isley (track E4)
R. Isley (track E4)
Johnny Jackson (US rap/hip-hop) (tracks E2–F1)
C. Jasper (track E4)
Phalon Alexander (track F1)
Yafeu Fula (US Rapper Yafeu Akiyele Fula) (track F3)
Kastro (US rapper Katari Cox aka Castro) (track F3)
Napoleon (Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, rapper) (track F3)
Tyrese Gibson (track E3)
Tyrone Wrice (track F3)
Young Noble (track F3)
publisher:
Aurelius Publishing (track E2)
BMG Music (not for release label use!) (tracks E2–F1)
Big Simon Says Publishing (tracks F2–F3)
Black/Hispanic Music (tracks E2–F1)
Bovina Music Inc. (track E4)
Bubba Gee Music (track F1)
Buckshot Publishing (track F2)
EMI April (track E1)
EMI April Music Inc. (tracks E2, E4)
Hurt 'Em Badd Music (track F3)
Noontime Tunes (track F1)
Sony/ATV Harmony (track E2)
Tappy Whyte's Music (track E2)
Thug Nation Music (track F3)
Universal Music Corporation (tracks E1–F3)
Warner/Chappell (track F1)
Yaki Kadafi Music (track F3)
Zovektion Music (track E3)
mixed at:
recorded at:
The Enterprise (aka Enterprise Studios) in Burbank, California, United States (tracks E2–E4)
samples:
recording of:
Better Dayz (track E4)
Fame (track F3)
Military Minds (track F2)

12" Vinyl 4

guitar:
Shorty B (track H1)
bass:
Shorty B (track H1)
keyboard:
Ronnie King (tracks G3–H1, H3)
arranger:
Johnny Jackson (US rap/hip-hop) (tracks G3–H3)
assistant engineer:
Ian Blanch (track G2)
Warren Bletcher (tracks G3–H1, H3)
Chris Dela Pena (track H1)
engineer:
Ian Boxill (tracks G3–H1, H3)
Claudio Cueni (track G2)
guest performer:
Big Syke (track G3)
E.D.I. (tracks G2–G3)
Jazze Pha (track G3)
Yafeu Fula (US Rapper Yafeu Akiyele Fula) (tracks G3, H2)
Kastro (US rapper Katari Cox aka Castro) (track G3)
Kamil Beale (track G2)
Mya Harrison (track G1)
Napoleon (Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, rapper) (tracks G2–G3)
Outlawz (rap group founded by 2Pac) (tracks H1, H3)
Young Noble (track G2)
instruments:
Troy Johnson (US gospel and soul singer) (track G1)
mixer:
E.D.I. (track G2)
Johnny Jackson (US rap/hip-hop) (tracks G3–H1, H3)
Ian Boxill (tracks G1, G3–H1, H3)
Claudio Cueni (track G2)
producer:
Johnny Jackson (US rap/hip-hop) (tracks G1, G3–H3)
Troy Johnson (US gospel and soul singer) (track G1)
publisher:
Tyruss Himes (track G3)
remixer:
E.D.I. (track G2)
writer:
T. Shakur (American rapper) (tracks G1–H3)
Richardo Brown (track H1)
Delmar Arnaud (US rapper Delmar Arnaud) (track H1)
E.D.I. (tracks G2–H1, H3)
DRP (US hip hop producer) (track G2)
Johnny Jackson (US rap/hip-hop) (tracks G1, G3–H3)
Troy Johnson (US gospel and soul singer) (track G1)
Yafeu Fula (US Rapper Yafeu Akiyele Fula) (tracks G3, H2–H3)
Kastro (US rapper Katari Cox aka Castro) (tracks G3–H1, H3)
Jason Kay (English singer, Jamiroquai) (track H2)
Kamil Beale (track G2)
Mya Harrison (track G1)
Napoleon (Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, rapper) (tracks G2–H1, H3)
Kimmy Ratcliff (track G1)
Toby Smith (track H2)
Dwight Williams (songwriter) (track H2)
Young Noble (tracks G2, H1, H3)
Tyruss Himes (track G3)
publisher:
16 Years Young (track G1)
Antraphil Music (track H1)
BMG Music (not for release label use!) (tracks G1, G3–H3)
Black/Hispanic Music (tracks G1, G3–H3)
Donwill Music (track G1)
Endless Title Music (track H2)
M-Y-A- Songs (track G1)
Music of Windswept (track G1)
QD3 Soundlab (track G1)
Seike Music (track G2)
Suge Publishing (track H2)
Thug Nation Music (tracks G2–H1, H3)
Universal Music Corporation (tracks G1–H3)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track H2)
Yaki Kadafi Music (tracks G2–G3, H2–H3)
mixed at:
Stankonia Recording in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (tracks G3–H1, H3)
recorded at:
The Enterprise (aka Enterprise Studios) in Burbank, California, United States (track H1)
samples:
recording of:
Catchin' Feelin's (track G2)
There U Go (track G3)
This Life I Lead (track H1)
Who Do U Believe In (track H2)