Nine | Return of the Hardcore

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Return of the Hardcore

by Nine

Ruff Rugged & Raw real gutta shit the Originator of the Hardcore voice in Rap.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: East Coast
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1. Intro
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0:23 album only
2. I'm Comin'
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2:16 album only
3. Don't Look Back
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3:47 album only
4. Love Me or Hate Me
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3:16 album only
5. Is What It Is
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2:24 album only
6. Not a Problem
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3:46 album only
7. Don't Cry 4 Me
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2:55 album only
8. I Pray
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2:30 album only
9. Call My Name
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3:26 album only
10. U Don't Know
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3:41 album only
11. Stuck U Up
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3:19 album only
12. Nickel Plated
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13. Whatchu Benchin'
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14. Who Wit It
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Any real head from the mid 90s will remember Nine as the gruffed voice spitter, the precursor to cats like Ja Rule and DMX or Xzibit. Back in ’93 came on the scene with Funk Master Flex and Tragedy teaming up on a track called ‘6 Million Ways to Die. While that got the labels buzzing it was Nine’s “Whutcha Want” from his much lauded first album Nine Livez that most heads will likely remember. In 1996, After another solid effort in Cloud 9, Nine pretty much vanished from to scene only to be heard on a few scattered tracks over the last ten years.


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Real Boy

Whutcha want
The realest MC I've heard
This cd is bangin!

Real Boy

Whutcha want
The realest MC I've heard
This cd is bangin!