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1994 hip hop compilation Volume 2

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**Edited & arranged by -ReVizionary- **
1.Born 2 Liveby- O.C.
2.What's That Cha Say (short edit)- Anotha Level
3.Where My Homies? (Instrumental)- Ill Al Skratch
4.Is it Real (My Mind Still Playin Tricks on Me) *short edit*- Willie D
5.Shocked- Boogie
6.1-800-Suicide (Instrumental)- Gravediggaz
7.I Saw it Cummin- PMD
8.To Da Break- Mad Flava
9.Eastside, WestSide (Instrumental edit)- Lil 1/2 Dead
10.Behind Bars (remix)- Slick Rick & Warren G
11.Taking These- The Coup
12.Concrete Jungle- Above The Law
13.Oh My- Down South
14.Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik (short edit)- Outkast
15.Magnum Opus- Top Quality
16.It's On You- Pete Rock & CL Smooth
17.High Slidin (Instrumental Edit)- N2Deep
18.Let You Tell it (short edit)- Potna Deuce
19.Pour Out a Little Liquor (short edit)- Thug Life
20.Rockafella- Redman
21.Ready to Die (Instrumental)- Notorious BIG
22.Rugged Neva Smooth- M.O.P.
23.Stress- Organized Confusion
24.Chained Minds- Casual
25.Never seen a man cry (Instrumental)- Scarface
26.Front, Back, & Side to side (Short edit)- UGK
27.We Run Thingsby- Bush Babees
28.Lick Dem Muthaphuckas (Remix Instrumental edit)- Brand Nubian
29.Props Over Here (short edit)- Beatnuts
30.Crooklyn (short edit)- Crooklyn Dodgers
31.Hard to Kill (Instrumental edit)- Spice 1
32.Nuthin but the Gangsta- Mc eiht, Redman, & Spice 1
33.Playaz Club- Rappin' 4 Tay

This is one of the many Compilation cds I have made celebrating my love for good hip hop throughout the years. I edited all of the songs to some degree and even made instrumentals out of songs that did not have instrumental versions available. I like to include instrumentals at certain points during the compilation to fit as many songs in and add to the overall atmosphere of that year, and as a freestyle break. I did not use any DJ programs, but instead use editing software and crossfade to try to make a smooth transition between songs. Thanks for listening & please check out and "like" my page dedicated to real hip hop from the past to the present at facebook.com/pages/Real-Hip-Hop-past-present/460117994054457?ref=hl. I have this and other Compilations for download there.

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