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Download links and information about Doubelievengod by Natas. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 57:18 minutes.

Artist: Natas
Release date: 1995
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 18
Duration: 57:18
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No. Title Length
1. Doubelievengod 3:29
2. Natas 3:20
3. Pop Pop 3:49
4. Midnight 3:20
5. Izalright 2:47
6. Can I R.I.P. 1:48
7. Torture 2:11
8. We Almost Lost Detroit 3:48
9. Heaven 3:49
10. I Don't Care 2:37
11. Scream 3:18
12. F**k Da World 3:49
13. Yall Will Realize 2:14
14. The Night Is Mine 2:05
15. Sunday School 3:31
16. Mad At the World 2:52
17. Propalactic Tacticz 3:46
18. No Fault Insurance 4:45



After two grimy albums of lo-fi production driven by P-Funk and classic rock samples, Natas returned with Doubelievengod, a much more mature album in terms of both production and rapping. Most obviously, the platter of samples is gone; for whatever reasons, the emphasis is now on synth-driven beats (similar to post-Closed Casket Esham albums). The move toward eerie synth actually works in this album's favor, given its malevolent slant and ominous tone — it's not a rocking album but rather a haunting album. Group members Esham, Mastamind, and TNT further this aura by laying down some horror-themed raps that effectively emulate the album's tone. In the end, this beginning-to-end emphasis on darkness has made this a fan favorite, arguably the Esham/Natas camp's last sincerely horrifying album as they drifted increasingly toward self-conscious theatrics in an attempt to extend their reach beyond a tiny cult audience. Subsequent Natas albums are of higher quality than this, but Doubelievengod holds a special place in the Esham legacy alongside the Judgement Day albums as the summit of not necessarily his talent but rather his wickedness.