Tracklist

Medium 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Shut Up
The Black Eyed Peas 5 4:58
2 In da Club
50 Cent 4 3:14
3 Work It
Missy Elliott 4:22
4 Stand Up
Ludacris 3:34
5 X Gon' Give It to Ya
DMX 4 3:40
6 Got Some Teeth
Obie Trice 3:48
7 Turn It Up (remix) - Fire It Up
Busta Rhymes 3:57
8 Who's That Girl?
Eve 4:42
9 Girls, Girls, Girls
Jay-Z 4:35
10 Stunt 101
G-Unit 3:53
11 Beautiful
Snoop Dogg 4.5 4:58
12 It Wasn't Me
Shaggy feat. Ricardo Ducent 4.25 3:48
13 Hey Ma
Cam'ron feat. Juelz Santana 3:42
14 Not Many (The remix)
Scribe 3:44
15 Never Leave You, Uh Ooh, Uh Oooh!
Lumidee 3:05
16 Ride Wit Me
Nelly 4.35 4:51
17 Ignition Remix
R. Kelly 3:05
18 Rock Wit You (Awww Baby)
Ashanti 3:30
19 I'm Real (Murder remix)
Jennifer Lopez feat. Ja Rule 4:22
20 Be Faithful
Fatman Scoop feat. The Crooklyn Clan 3 2:46
Medium 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Still D.R.E
Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg 4:31
2 Stunt 101
G-Unit 3:54
3 This Is How We Do It
Montell Jordan 3:54
4 It Wasn't Me
Shaggy 4.25 3:49
5 Lovesick
Gang Starr 3:25
6 I Ain't Goin' Out Like That
Cypress Hill 4 4:29
7 Thong Song
Sisqó 1 4:13
8 No Scrubs
TLC 3.85 3:36
9 The Crossroads
Bone Thugs‐n‐Harmony 3:27
10 Ignition (remix)
R. Kelly 3:05
11 Livin' It Up
Ja Rule 4:18
12 Wild Thing
Tone‐Lōc 3 4:02
13 Got Your Money
Ol’ Dirty Bastard 5 4:01
14 I Ain't Mad at Cha
2Pac 3 4:55
15 Mama Said Knock You Out
LL Cool J 5 4:50
16 Stand Up
Ludacris 3:35
17 Turn It Up (remix) / Fire It Up
Busta Rhymes 3:58
18 Express Yourself
N.W.A 5 4:22
19 Fight the Power
Public Enemy 3.35 4:39

Credits

Medium 1

violin:
Gwen Laster (track 12)
bass guitar:
Steve King (hip hop producer, Aftermath-affiliated) (track 6)
membranophone [drum] programming:
William Adams (The Black Eyed Peas) (track 1)
guitar:
Ray Brady (track 1)
J. Curtis (track 1)
Mike Elizondo (track 2)
George Pajon, Jr. (track 1)
R. Zapata (track 12)
bass:
Mike Elizondo (track 2)
brass:
Kevin Bachelor (track 12)
Jerry Johnson (saxophonist with roots reggae band Steel Pulse) (track 12)
keyboard:
Mike Elizondo (track 2)
Luis Resto (track 6)
N. Staff (track 12)
drum [drums]:
S. Pizzonia (track 12)
Moog:
William Adams (The Black Eyed Peas) (track 1)
additional engineer:
Tal Herzberg (track 1)
additional producer:
Ron Fair (veteran A&R executive, record producer arranger, recording engineer and songwriter) (track 1)
Luis Resto (track 6)
assistant engineer:
Francis Forde (track 2)
Ruben Rivera (engineer) (track 2)
Christine Sirois (track 1)
background vocals:
S. Pizzonia (track 12)
Brian & Tony Gold (track 12)
co-producer:
Mike Elizondo (track 2)
composer:
J. Curtis (track 1)
Malo Luafutu (track 14)
George Pajon, Jr. (track 1)
Jaime Gomez (Member of Black Eyed Peas) (track 1)
Peter Wadams (track 14)
William Adams (The Black Eyed Peas) (track 1)
engineer:
Dylan Dresdow (track 1)
guest performer:
Crooklyn Clan (track 20)
Ja Rule (track 19)
guest vocals:
R. Ducent (track 12)
Ja Rule (track 19)
mixer:
Andre R. Young (Andre Young, rap producer) (track 2)
Marshall Mathers (track 6)
Steve King (hip hop producer, Aftermath-affiliated) (track 6)
S. Pizzonia (track 12)
Tony Maserati (engineer / mixer) (track 1)
performer:
City Spud (track 16)
Crooklyn Clan (track 20)
Juelz Santana (track 13)
Ja Rule (track 19)
producer:
Andre R. Young (Andre Young, rap producer) (track 2)
Marshall Mathers (track 6)
S. Pizzonia (track 12)
William Adams (The Black Eyed Peas) (track 1)
recording engineer:
Steve King (hip hop producer, Aftermath-affiliated) (track 6)
S. Pizzonia (track 12)
Rich Hunt (track 6)
Sha Money XL (track 2)
Mike Strange (track 6)
remixer:
7 Aurelius (track 19)
Irv Gotti (track 19)
vocals:
Jaime Gomez (Member of Black Eyed Peas) (track 1)
Obie Trice (track 6)
William Adams (The Black Eyed Peas) (track 1)
Fergie (member of The Black Eyed Peas) (track 1)
apl.de.ap (track 1)
writer:
Curtis Jackson (track 2)
El DeBarge (track 16)
Randy DeBarge (track 16)
Andre R. Young (Andre Young, rap producer) (track 2)
R. Ducent (track 12)
Anne Dudley (track 6)
Mike Elizondo (track 2)
Marshall Mathers (track 6)
Al Green (track 7)
Trevor Horn (track 6)
Etterlene Jordan (track 16)
Steve King (hip hop producer, Aftermath-affiliated) (track 6)
Glen Larson (track 7)
Malcolm McLaren (track 6)
Nelly (US rapper) (track 16)
S. Pizzonia (track 12)
Luis Resto (track 6)
O. Burrell (Orville Richard Burrell, dancehall and reggae singer) (track 12)
B. Thompson (track 12)
Obie Trice (track 6)
phonographic copyright by:
MCA Records (1967–2003; name as in imprint from 1972–1990) (2001) (track 12)
Aftermath Records (US rap) (2003) (track 2)
Interscope Records (2003) (track 2)
Shady Records (Eminem's US rap label) (2003) (track 2)
Aftermath Records (US rap) (2015) (track 2)
Interscope Records (2015) (track 2)
Shady Records (Eminem's US rap label) (2015) (track 2)
produced for:
publisher:
Blotter (track 2)
Elvismambo Music (track 2)
High on Life Music (track 2)
Livingsting Music (track 12)
Music of Windswept (track 2)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 2)
mixed at:
recorded at:
has remixes:
mash-ups:
50 Bluebells by Faither (track 2)
Never Gonna Be Me by toonlink (track 12)
samples:
Mary Jane by Rick James (track 19)
Without Me (explicit) by Eminem (track 6)
is based on:
is the basis for:
Mundian To Bach Ke (track 7)
recording of:
Be Faithful (track 20)
Got Some Teeth (track 6)
In da Club (track 2)
It Wasn’t Me (track 12)
Not Many (track 14)
Ride Wit Me (track 16)
Shut Up (track 1)

Medium 2

violin:
Gwen Laster (track 4)
guitar:
R. Zapata (track 4)
brass:
Kevin Bachelor (track 4)
Jerry Johnson (saxophonist with roots reggae band Steel Pulse) (track 4)
keyboard:
N. Staff (track 4)
drum [drums]:
S. Pizzonia (track 4)
additional lyricist:
JAY-Z (US rapper) (track 1)
assistant engineer:
Alvin McGill (track 14)
assistant producer:
background vocals:
S. Pizzonia (track 4)
Brian & Tony Gold (track 4)
co-producer:
Tupac Shakur (US rapper) (track 14)
James Todd Smith (track 15)
composer:
Charles Wright (track 18)
engineer:
Michael Anzelowitz (track 13)
Dave Aron (mix engineer) (track 14)
executive producer:
Suge Knight (track 14)
Afeni Shakur (track 14)
guest vocals:
R. Ducent (track 4)
Danny Boy (African-American soul singer formerly of Death Row Records) (track 14)
instruments:
Chad Hugo (track 13)
Pharrell Williams (track 13)
lyricist:
O’Shea Jackson (track 18)
mixer:
S. Pizzonia (track 4)
David Blake (West Coast US rapper & producer) (track 14)
Richi Traveli (track 13)
Carlos Warlick (track 14)
performer:
Kelis (track 13)
Snoop Dogg (American rapper) (track 1)
producer:
Delmar Arnaud (US rapper Delmar Arnaud) (track 14)
Marlon Williams (QB hip hop producer & DJ of Juice Crew) (track 15)
The Neptunes (US producer duo Chad Hugo & Pharrell Williams) (track 13)
S. Pizzonia (track 4)
Todd Ray (track 6)
Yella (US hip-hop/electro producer Antoine Carraby) (track 18)
recording engineer:
S. Pizzonia (track 4)
writer:
Tupac Shakur (US rapper) (track 14)
Terry Butler (track 6)
Delmar Arnaud (US rapper Delmar Arnaud) (track 14)
Matt Dike (track 12)
R. Ducent (track 4)
Louis Freese (track 6)
Al Green (track 17)
Chad Hugo (track 13)
Tony Iommi (track 6)
Etterlene Jordan (track 14)
Kandi (US R&B singer-songwriter, actress & record producer Kandi Burruss) (track 8)
James Todd Smith (track 15)
Glen Larson (track 17)
Marlon Williams (QB hip hop producer & DJ of Juice Crew) (track 15)
Larry Muggerud (track 6)
Russell Jones (American rapper and producer) (track 13)
Ozzy Osbourne (track 6)
S. Pizzonia (track 4)
Todd Ray (track 6)
Michael Ross (Hip hop producer, engineer and co-founder of Delicious Vinyl) (track 12)
Eric Sadler (track 19)
O. Burrell (Orville Richard Burrell, dancehall and reggae singer) (track 4)
Keith Shocklee (track 19)
B. Thompson (track 4)
Anthony Smith (track 12)
Bill Ward (track 6)
Pharrell Williams (track 13)
Marvin Young (track 12)
phonographic copyright by:
CBS Records Inc. (for rights/distribution/manufacture use only; international subsidiary of CBS, Inc.) (1990) (track 19)
Def Jam Records, Inc. (1991) (track 15)
Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008; do not use if a specific sub-label is available) (1993) (track 6)
Death Row Records (1996) (track 14)
MCA Records (1967–2003; name as in imprint from 1972–1990) (2001) (track 4)
produced for:
publisher:
Cypress Phuncky Music (Cypress Hill publisher) (track 6)
Emoni’s Music (track 14)
Island Music Ltd. (track 19)
Joshua’s Dream (track 14)
Livingsting Music (track 4)
Music Corporation of America, Inc. (BMI-affiliated music publisher of MCA Records, Inc.?) (track 14)
Suge Publishing (track 14)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 14)
Warner‐Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 14)
mixed at:
recorded at:
DJ-mixes:
has remixes:
mash-ups:
Busta by Neil Cicierega (track 8)
Mama Said Punch You Out!! by LL Cool J (2018) (track 15)
music videos:
I Ain’t Mad at Cha by 2Pac feat. Danny Boy (track 14)
sampled by:
Give the People by EPMD (track 19)
Oh No by Girl Talk (track 18)
Sweet Design by Sia (track 7)
samples:
A Dream by DeBarge (track 14)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 322) (track 19)
has revision:
Express Yourself (track 18)
is based on:
Knight Rider: Theme (track 17)
is the basis for:
Mundian To Bach Ke (track 17)
later parody versions:
Child King (track 12)
Isle Thing (track 12)
[untitled] (track 15)
later translated versions:
Adieraz zaitez (track 18)
recording of:
Express Yourself (track 18)
Fight the Power (track 19)
Got Your Money (track 13)
It Wasn’t Me (track 4)
Lovesick (track 5)
No Scrubs (track 8)
Stand Up (Ludacris song) (track 16)
Still D.R.E. (track 1)
Wild Thing (track 12)
referred to in medleys:

Release Group

Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/master/146245 [info]