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Ruffhouse Rap Hits PA new CD Lauren Hill Cypress Nas

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New, sealed, unopened. Hole punch in barcode. This is the American, not the Brazilian version, contrary to listing information above. 1. How I Could Just Kill A Man - Cypress Hill 2. Tonite's The Night - Kriss Kross 3. Fu-Gee-La - Fugees 4. Halftime - Nas 5. Ninety Nine (Flash The Message) - John Forte 6. Killing Me Softy With His Song - Fugees 7. Fuck Compton - Tim Dog 8. Alright - Kriss Kross 9. Cheapskate - Sporty Thievz 10. Insane In The Brain - Cypress Hill 11. Doo Wop (That Thing) - Lauryn Hill 12. I Declare War - Pace Won 13. Jump - Kriss Kross 14. Gone Till November - Wyclef Jean 15. Insane In The Brain (Cypress Hill vs. Jason Nevins Remix) - Cypress Hill Editorial Reviews Amazon.com Ruffhouse Records, a Philadelphia-based independent label, has been churning out chart-topping hip-hop hits since the late 1980s. To celebrate their first decade of gold, platinum, and multiplatinum successes, the label has compiled a greatest-hits package that boasts its musical track record. The majority of Ruffhouse's hits have been megahits--the Fugees' "Killing Me Softly," Cypress Hill's "Insane in the Brain," Kriss Kross's "Jump"--that have so dominated radio, television, and pop culture that you may find it tough to go back and listen to them now. But this collection also reveals the depth of Ruffhouse's talent pool (Nas, Lauryn Hill, and newcomer Pace Won, among others), which is well worth diving deeper into. --Celine Wong
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