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Best of C-Murder


Download links and information about Best of C-Murder by C - Murder. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:12:52 minutes.

Artist: C - Murder
Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:12:52
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No. Title Length
1. Soldiers (feat. Master P, Silkk the Shocker, Fiend, Mac, Mia X, Big Ed, Kane & Abel & Mystikal) (featuring Mystikal, Master P, Kane, Silkk The Shocker, Mia X, Big Ed, The Fiend, Abel, Mac) 5:37
2. Duck & Run 2:51
3. Makin' Moves (feat. Master P & Mo B Dick) (featuring Master P, Mo B. Dick) 2:45
4. On My Enemies 3:10
5. Akickdoe! (feat. Pimp, Bun B & Master P) (featuring Master P, Bun B, Pimp C) 4:37
6. Constantly 'N Danger (feat. Mia X) (featuring Mia X) 3:14
7. Down For My N****z (feat. Snoop Dogg & Magic) (featuring Snoop Dogg, Magic) 3:46
8. Gangsta Walk (feat. Snoop Dogg) (featuring Snoop Dogg) 3:15
9. Still Makin' Moves (featuring Master P) 2:40
10. NL Soulja 2:45
11. Young Ghetto Boy 2:48
12. Picture Me (feat. Magic) (featuring Magic) 3:56
13. Concrete Jungle (feat. Snoop Dogg, KoKane, Goldie Loc & Tray Deee) (featuring Kokane, Goldie Loc, Snoop Dogg) 4:35
14. Hustlin (feat. Master P and Krazy) (featuring Master P, Krazy) 3:42
15. Ghetto Ties (feat. Soulja Slim and Da Hound) (featuring Soulja Slim) 4:22
16. They Don't Really Know You (feat. Master P & Erica Fox) (featuring Master P) 3:39
17. How a Thug Like It (feat. Da Brat) (featuring Da Brat) 3:14
18. Let Me See 4:09
19. Lil N***a (feat. Master P) (featuring Master P) 3:16
20. Freedom 4:31



Out of all the soldiers signed to Master P's No Limit label, C-Murder was always the bleakest, grittiest, and most genuine of the bunch. Since his albums still sound vital for the most part, his Best Of doesn't save you from ever having to buy another album from the artist, like the simultaneously released Best of Master P does, but it does provide an excellent overview of the man's work, at least up until 2001, when the collection drops off. A year later, C-Murder would be in jail on a murder rap, and if any lawyer ever wanted to keep him there, he could use this collection of dark and volatile music as a character witness. Despite the plain vanilla packaging and to-the-point liner notes, The Best of C-Murder shows some thought was put into both the track selection and track sequencing. The 20 songs flow uninterrupted by filler, with aggressive party tunes, scary thug tracks, and gloomy introspective numbers all figuring into the mix. Closing with "Freedom" is an ironic, grim move for a compilation of a man serving a life sentence, but the 19 tracks of stark gutter reality and deep hopelessness leading up to it suggest C-Murder would have it no other way.