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Kiss Tha Game Goodbye


Download links and information about Kiss Tha Game Goodbye by Jadakiss. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:16:39 minutes.

Artist: Jadakiss
Release date: 2001
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:16:39
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No. Title Length
1. Intro (Jadakiss / Kiss Tha Game Goodbye) 0:57
2. Jada's Got a Gun 4:27
3. Show Discipline 3:39
4. Knock Yourself Out 3:32
5. We Gonna Make It 3:33
6. None of Y'all Betta 3:37
7. Stick Yourself (Skit) 1:49
8. I'm a Gangsta 3:30
9. Nasty Girl 3:57
10. Put Ya Hands Up 3:27
11. Jay Jerkin' (Skit) 2:42
12. On My Way 4:21
13. Cruisin' 3:55
14. Kiss Is Spittin' 3:55
15. F****n' or What? 3:42
16. It's Time I See You 4:11
17. What You Ride For? 4:30
18. Un-Hunh! 4:22
19. Feel Me 2:00
20. Keep Ya Head Up 5:27
21. Charge It 5:06



In terms of sheer anticipation, Jadakiss' buzz was at an apex at the time of this album's release. While fellow LOX members Sheek and Styles flashed improved flows and lyrics on their group's sophomore strike, We Are the Streets, Jadakiss remained the group's undisputed frontman. And with the streets virtually foaming at the mouth, Jadakiss returned from the lab to birth his solo debut, Kiss tha Game Goodbye. There are some bangers here: the celebratory, Alchemist-produced "We Gonna Make It" (featuring Styles) bubbles; there's the DJ Premier-blessed "None of Y'all Betta," featuring Styles and Sheek; and the gully "Un-Hunh," featuring DMX. With self-explanatory titles like "Nasty Girl," featuring Carl Thomas; "I'm a Gangsta," featuring Parlé; and "Cruisin," featuring Snoop Dogg, it becomes abundantly clear that Jadakiss is trying hard to please everyone. The production is supplied by Swizz Beatz, Timbaland, and a host of others.