Eightball Mjg Lost Album

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Eightball Mjg Comin Out Hard

Lost's tracklist:
Intro
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Put Tha House on it
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All 4 Nuthin'
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Bounce Wit Me
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Drama in My Life Feat. Psycho Drama
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My Homeboy's Girlfriend
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Stompin' and Pimpin' Feat. Mjg
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Backyard Mississippi Feat. Goodie Mob
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If I Die
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The Artist Pays the Price
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Get Money Feat. Busta Rhymes
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Ghetto Luv
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All on Me
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Lost
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360 Feat. Rappin' 4-Tay, Spice 1 and E-40
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Let's Ride
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Time
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Coffee Shoppe Feat. Redman
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Pure Uncut Feat. Master P & Silkk The Shocker
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Down and Out
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Put Your Hands Up
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Ball and Bun Feat. Bun B.
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I Don't Wanna Die
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My First Love
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Gett Bucked
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This is Dedicated Feat. Phoenix Johnson
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Ill Hill Nigger by Ill Hill Billies
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Been Done Some Shit by Psycho Drama
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How We Roll by Canibus & Panama P.I.
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Scummie by Crucial Conflict
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What You Weigh Me by Mjg & A Plus
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Many Know by Mcgruff
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Incarcerated Minds by Mjg
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Class in Session by Thorough
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Baby Baby by Reepz
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The Moocher by Fa Sho
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All the Way by Rodney Ellis
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Can't Stop by Too Short, Eightball & MJG
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Eightball Mjg Full Albums

The pioneering duo enjoyed increasing recognition as the years passed, releasing a couple albums, namely Comin' Out Hard (1994) and In Our Lifetime, Vol. 1 (1999), which would become Southern rap milestones, along with classic singles like 'Space Age Pimpin'.' 8Ball and MJG eventually left Suave for a major label, JCOR/Interscope, in 2000, and then were signed by Diddy to Bad Boy Records, resulting in their most commercially successful album to date, Living Legends (2004). In addition, 8Ball and MJG recorded individually, the former by far the more prolific of the two. Despite never crossing over into the mainstream -- none of their singles ever broke into the Billboard Hot 100; for example, not even once they signed to Bad Boy -- and despite occasionally infrequent output, 8Ball and MJG persevered over the decades. There were no acrimonious incidents, no run-ins with the law, no 'retirements,' no hangups whatsoever -- if anything, 8Ball and MJG were respectably reliable over the course of their career, always comin' out hard and always representing the South.
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8ball And Mjg Songs

Not Lost was a double or triple Eightball album. 'Aside from boxed sets. But it was held for Eightball and MJG's next album. While Eightball may have taken chances by writing different types. Definitely my favorite of his solo albums and really only 1 Eightball & MJG group album is better then this one. Packed with 26 songs, really only 2 of them I skip, 4 are ok, so you get 20 real good songs which is odd for 1 album. It has 2 classics, 3 - 7 songs that are close to being classics and the rest are good or great songs as well. Get all the lyrics to songs on Lost and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics. Plus, 8Ball and MJG each branched out for solo projects, Lost (1998) and No More Glory (1997), respectively, both released by Suave. In 2000, 8Ball and MJG left Suave and switched to JCOR Entertainment, a short-lived rap label founded by Jay Faires, for the release of Space Age 4 Eva.