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Spice 1


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Artist: Spice 1
Release date: 1992
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 14
Duration: 56:38
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No. Title Length
1. In My Neighborhood 3:42
2. 187 Proof 3:50
3. East Bay Gangster (Reggae) 4:31
4. Money Gone 3:46
5. 1-800-Spice 4:03
6. Peace to My Nine 4:58
7. Young N***a 5:00
8. Welcome to the Ghetto 4:09
9. F****d In the Game 4:03
10. Money or Murder 4:26
11. City Streets 4:49
12. 1-900-Spice 1:33
13. Break Yourself 4:10
14. 187 Pure 3:38



Though he never quite blew up nationally like some of his peers, Spice 1 is a legendary gangsta rapper who influenced an entire generation of street-centric MCs. Growing up in the Bay Area city of Hayward, he started rhyming in his teens, eventually hooking up with Too Short who helped him land a deal with Jive Records. His self-titled debut album (not counting the super-rare Let It Be Known) hit the scene in 1992 and was gobbled up by a fast-growing audience of heads who liked their hip-hop with a large serving of gunplay and ghetto storytelling. Spice's unique vocal style showcased an uncanny ability to twist and contort his flow, alternating speed and delivery somewhat like E-40, occasionally adapting a weird stutter and also flirting with ragamuffin-type reggae patois. Produced by E A Ski and Ant Banks, the bass-heavy beats still knock with authority, ideal for bumping in the scraper while heading to your local sideshow. Highlights include the P-Funk stylings of "Young N***a" and "In My Neighborhood," the cowbell-laced dealer saga "Money Gone," the boozy single "187 Proof."