Southside Pentagon: Money Over Everything Volume One, Tape
Southside Pentagon: Money Over Everything Volume One, Tape
€14.90
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Southside Pentagon
Money Over Everything Volume One

  • Compact Cassette
  • United States
  • M.O.E. Inc.
  • (none)
  • 18 Tracks
  • UPC 806876002144
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Intro

Producer
  • Slash
Interviewer
  • Vandalizm
A2

Money Over Everything

Producer
  • Lavish Hits Productions
A3

Show That

Producer
  • Slash
Featuring
  • Slash
  • Ronnie Spencer
  • Lil' Keke
A4

We Da Onez

Producer
  • Lavish Hits Productions
Featuring
  • Chris Ward
A5

Going 4 Broke

Producer
  • Noke D
Featuring
  • Mike D
  • 3-2
A6

No Time

Producer
  • Lavish Hits Productions
A7

Skit (Third Coast)

A8

Third Coast Niggaz

Producer
  • Slash
Featuring
  • Slim Thug
  • Fat Pat
A9

Chop'em

Producer
  • Mack
Featuring
  • E.S.G.
B1

Skit (WAR)

B2

War

Producer
  • Lavish Hits Productions
Featuring
  • Lady 14
B3

Tatooes & Bluez

Producer
  • Lavish Hits Productions
Featuring
  • Ronnie Spencer
  • H.A.W.K.
B4

Dead Man Walkin

Producer
  • Lavish Hits Productions
B5

Who U Gone Be Wit

Producer
  • Slash
Featuring
  • Southside Playaz
B6

Shot Callin

Producer
  • Lavish Hits Productions
B7

We Dont Care

Producer
  • Trip
B8

By Any Means

Producer
  • Slash
Featuring
  • Slash
  • Lil' Pop
  • Chris Ward
B9

Easy World

Producer
  • Lavish Hits Productions
Featuring
  • Lil' O
Backing Vocals
  • Ronnie Spencer

Credits

Co Producer
  • Lavish Hits Productions
Executive Producer
  • The Fam
Lyrics By
Photography By
  • Kid Styles
Art Direction
  • Kid Styles
Design
  • Kid Styles
Vocals
  • Chad Jones
  • City Slikkaz
  • Craig C
  • D Gotti
  • E.L.
  • E.S.G.
  • June
  • Mike D
  • Peaches
  • Ronnie Spencer
  • Roxan
  • W.B.

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