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No Limit Greatest Hits [PA]


  • 0. DISC 1: NO LIMITS GREATEST HITS:
    1. I'm Bout It, Bout It - Tru
    2. Y'All Ain't Ready Yet - Mystikal
    3. Bounce Dat Azz - Gangsta T/King George/Master P/Silkk the Shocker/Gangsta T/King George
    4. Gangstafied - Kane & Abel/Master P/Mo B. Dick/Kane & Abel
    5. Shocker, The - Master P/Silkk the Shocker
    6. Make 'Em Say Ugh - Fiend/Master P/Mia X/Mystikal/Silkk the Shocker/Master P
    7. He Did That - Master P/Silkk the Shocker/Master P/Silkk the Shocker
    8. Ain't No Limit - Mystikal/Silkk the Shocker/Mystikal
    9. Where the Little Souljas at? - Lil Soldiers
    10. Soldier Party - Master P/M.A.C./Master P
    11. No Limit Soldiers II - Fiend/Magic/Master P/Mia X/Mr. Serv-On/Mystikal/Silkk the Shocker/Big Ed/C-Murder/Master P/C-Murder
    12. Whatcha Wanna Do - Mia X
    13. Mr. Whomp Whomp - Fiend
    14. Nl Party - Trenitty/Full Blooded/Magic/Kane & Abel/Master P/Prime Suspects/Silkk the Shocker/Snoop Dogg/Soulja Slim/Gambino Family/Big Ed/Soulja Slim
    15. Assassin - Master P/Big Ed
    16. It's Your Thing - Mercedes/Master P/Mercedes/Master P
    17. Down 4 My N's - Magic/Snoop Dogg/C-Murder/Snoop Dogg/Magic
    0. DISC 2: NO LIMITS GREATEST HITS:
    1. It Ain't My Fault (Pt 2) - Mystikal/Silkk the Shocker
    2. Hot Boys & Girls - Kane & Abel/Master P/Mia X/Mystikal/Silkk the Shocker/Mystikal/Silkk the Shocker
    3. Bring It On - Fiend/Mia X/Mystikal/Skull Duggrey/C-Murder/Mia X/C-Murder
    4. I Miss My Homies - Master P/Pimp C/Silkk the Shocker/Pimp C/Master P
    5. I Got the Hook up! - Master P/Sons of Funk/Master P/Sons of Funk
    6. Ice on My Wrist - Magic/Master P/Magic/Master P
    7. B Please - Snoop Dogg/Xzibit/Snoop Dogg/Xzibit
    8. Hoody Hooo - Tru/Master P/Silkk the Shocker/C-Murder
    9. Picture U & Me - Mo B. Dick
    10. How Ya Do Dat - Master P/Young Bleed/C-Loc/Master P
    11. Take My Pain - Fiend/Master P/Silkk the Shocker/Sons of Funk/Fiend
    12. Like a Jungle - C-Murder
    13. Lay Low - Master P/Nate Dogg/Snoop Dogg/Tha Eastsidaz/Butch Cassidy/Snoop Dogg/Butch Cassidy
    14. Shake It Like a Dog - 5th Ward Weebie/Kane & Abel/PNC/Kane & Abel
    15. Wobble Wobble - 504 Boyz/Magic/Krazy/Master P/Mystikal/Silkk the Shocker/C-Murder
    16. My Baby - Lil' Romeo/Ms. Peaches/Lil' Romeo/Ms. Peaches
    17. That's Cool - Silkk the Shocker/Trina/Silkk the Shocker
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 69554

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Born out of a record store in Richmond, CA, and then moved to New Orleans, Master P's No Limit Records ruled the hip-hop underground in the mid-'90s by churning out a ridiculous amount of releases, each promoting upcoming titles, which was a bold marketing move at the time. Low production costs always kept the label's bottom line healthy, and soon the company was branching into the world of movies and even toys. Right about the time the Master P doll was released -- you could pull his string and make him go "ugggghhhhh!" -- things started to go south, and by 2004, the label -- which had already become nearly every hip-hop critic's favorite punching bag -- had gone bankrupt from overextending itself and signing just about anybody with a sneer. P moved on to Koch and created The New No Limit, but things were never the same, as the two-CD No Limit Greatest Hits proves. According to the credits, Master P isn't involved in the selection of these tracks, but the compiling was obviously done by some real No Limit soldiers who reach well past the big names: Master P, Snoop Dogg, Silkk the Shocker, C-Murder, and Mystikal. Hearing the forgotten Fiend's excellent, over-the-top "Mr. Whomp Whomp" is evidence that No Limit predicted the crunk craze of 2004-2005, and while ridiculous moments like "Where the Little Souljas At?" from pre-teen gangstas Lil Soldiers or the syrupy "Picture U & Me Are" from Mo B. Dick are embarrassing enough that P wouldn't have picked them, they are fun reminders of what a wacky and scrappy empire No Limit was. There's also some real heat pulled off long-lost compilations and soundtracks, and the big five's output for the label is whittled down to the most necessary tracks, although Snoop's time at the label was short and there's an argument to made that C-Murder is underrepresented. For fans of true gutter music, there are still some early albums to acquire, but the clichd "the only No Limit you'll ever need" does apply for the casual hip-hop fan. Better liner notes and some photographs -- there are absolutely none included -- would have been nice, but otherwise this is a great snapshot of the label that taught everyone else how to exploit the underground and released some great gangsta music along the way. ~ David Jeffries

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