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The Source Presents: Hip Hop Hits Vol. 2
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
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Top Hits of '98!
danielle037 | Asheville, NC | 02/19/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This compilation features hip hop hits that climbed the charts in 1998. This album starts you off with a Latino hit called "Still Not a Player" by Big Punisher (R.I.P.). Which was everyone's jam. "Money Ain't a Thing" by Jermaine Dupri feat. Jay-Z which is featured on both JD's & Jay-Z's album. Next there's the L.O.X.'s best song they ever made called "Money, Power, Respect" featuring DMX & Lil' Kim, tight beat. "Deja Vu (Uptown Baby)" by Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz has gotten so much airplay. Maybe it's their best song too. Track 5 is 2Pac's "love song" called "Do For Love". E-40 has A LOT of slow songs and "Hope I Don't Go Back" is one of them. But it's a nice joint. The next track will get you pumped-up from those last 2 songs, it's called "Party ain't a Party" by Queen Pen w/ Markell Riley, Mr. Cheeks, Nutta Butta, & Freaky Tah. Busta Rhymes will make you "Turn it up" on the next track. "Get At Me Dog" is DMX's first single with a tight beat. (which feature's Sheek of The L.O.X.) I'm not hatin', but Snoog Dogg sounds weak on this good song called "Still a G Thing"; a sequel to "Nuttin but a G Thing". The 2nd verse of the hook in "It's Alright are not for lil' kids ears. "It's NOT Alright" Ya heard? Then there's the most pumped-up song on the compilation called "Watcha Gonna Do". This song is tight! You'll be boppin' heads to this one. Tracks 13-18 are the weak tracks except #14; it's "N.O.R.E." by Noreaga, which should'eve been put with the good tracks (#1-12). Overall, I gave this CD 4 stars cause of tracks 13, 15-18. If you loved the rap music of '98, this one's for you."
Xavier Martinez | PHX, AZ | 10/09/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I really am just writing this to clarify that the song titled "Whatcha Gonna Do?" (#12) that is listed as DMX is NOT DMX... any hip hop fan can tell you that this is Jayo Felony. How that got confused, I have no idea. That being said, this is a good compilation for starting with late 90's hip hop."
Great Mix Of Hip Hop From 1998!
New Customer | 04/24/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This album features some of 1998's tightest hip-hop tracks! The best songs are Still Not A Player, Deja Vu, Do For Luv, Horse & Carriage, NORE, Get At Me Dog, Whatcha Gonna Do, Still A G Thang, and I Got The Hook-Up! Buy this album today!"