Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|One Mo Nigga Ta Go: Dedicated To...Eazy-E|
Genre: Rap & Hip-Hop
Songs Include : — 1. Doses Of Reality — 2. West Side Story — 3. Interlude — 4. Streets Won't Let Me Go — 5. Interlude — 6. Neva Had A Chance — 7. Interlude — 8. Tha E — 9. Interlude — 10. Send 4 Me — 11. Interlude — 12. Dat's How I'm ... more »
Songs Include :
1. Doses Of Reality
2. West Side Story
4. Streets Won't Let Me Go
6. Neva Had A Chance
8. Tha E
10. Send 4 Me
12. Dat's How I'm Livin'
14. Ain't No Luv
16. 2 Two Face
18. So In Luv
20. Not Long Ago
Respect. Much Respect!
RapSuperstar | New Jersey | 07/18/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I think Yella was smart by realesing this, even though it didn't sell well he showed his love and respect for Eazy-E. I think it's worth buying for that simple fact alone. There many skits on this album, but the songs are worth listening to. I give it 5 stars, because he showed so much respect to Eazy-E which is one of mye favorite rappers of all time and I think it's sad that he passed away. Support Yella and listen closely. I noticed many bad rewiews on this album, but they didn't understand all the love and emotions putting into this album. I feel Yella's pain. This is way underated. A must have if you're down with N.W.A. or something underground. Must Buy!"
east eazy fan | mass | 12/07/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"i have to say that yella was the only one who actually made songs about eazy's death.bone did but it was true from yella.you can def.tell that it's a west coast beat cause im from the east but the lyrics are hot and the beats are kinda slow.it just seems that everyone forgot about eazy but all you have to do if your a fan is cop this cd and you will be all set.1 love to yella!!make a new cd dawg!!!!!!!!"
Some Real Good Beats and Rhymes: 4.25 Stars
G-Funk 4ever | Listenin' to the Delfonics | 04/12/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"DJ Yella from NWA finally comes out with his own album "One Mo N---- Ta Go" in 1996. The only real problem with this album is that it has way too many interludes and not enough songs. Other than that, the album is a great tribute to his dear friend Eric "Eazy-E" Wright 1963-1995 RIP. The album is often heartbreaking, and at times really sad, because he speaks so highly of his friend that he lost to AIDS. Yella puts so much passion into honoring his late friend in songs like "4 Tha E" featuring Kokane. His beats are smooth, laid back G-Funk which are refreshing breaks from the seeming endless selections of hard core beats that prevailed in 1996. One song, "Send 4 Me, with the lovely voice of Traci Nelson, is not even a rap song at all, but an excellent R&B track. He also has a good rapping voice. It's too bad he didn't come out with more albums!"