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Still I Rise

Title Still I Rise

Label Interscope Records

Release Date December 21st 1999

Highest Chart Position # 2 R & B, # 7 Pop

Executive Producer N/A

Producers QDIII, Hurt-M-Bad, Kurt Kobane, Daz Dillinger, Johnny J

Featured Artists Kadafi, EDI, Kastro, Napolean, Young Noble, Storm, Big Syke, Nate Dogg, H.E.A.T & Darryl “Big D” Harper

Album's Highlights Baby Don't Cry, Hell 4 A Hustler, Letter To The President, As The World Turns, The Good Die Young, Secretz Of War

Singles Released Baby Don't Cry

Videos From The Album Baby Don't Cry

Info In this release "The Outlawz" use modern technology to add new music and their own rhymes to some very rare 2Pac lyrics. This album is mainly about many black people struggling through Ghetto life and the title "Still I Rise" has proved that he has made it through all adversities. It is still hard to believe however that after 3 years since his death when this was released that there still are some unreleased songs out there but this album clearly proves that there is. There are however some pretty wide gaps on some of the rhymes that 2Pac says. I still feel that if 2Pac was still alive this album would not have turned out like this, it just doesn't have the essence of a 2Pac album. Don't get me wrong there are about 5 solid tracks that would make it on a 2Pac album these are "Letter 2 The President", "Baby Don't Cry (Keep Ya Head Up)", which is 2Pac on his more sentimental side, this song is like "Dear Mamma" or "Keep Ya Head Up" which are all telling women there is a better world out there. Many of the tracks on this album just like on Until The End Of Time should have been left in their original form and suffered from bad Production.

Rating = 4/5

Tracklist

1. Letter To The President (feat. EDI, Kastro & Big Syke)

2. Still I Rise (feat. Kastro, Kadafi, Napoleon & Young Noble)

3. Secrets Of War (feat. EDI, Kadafi & Young Noble)

4. Baby Don't Cry (feat. H.E.A.T, EDI & Young Noble)

5. As The World Turns (feat. Darryl "Big D" Harper, Napoleon, Young Noble, EDI, Kadafi)

6. Black Jesus (feat. Kadafi, Storm, Kastro & Young Noble)

7. Homeboyz (feat. Young Noble)

8. Hell 4 a Hustler (feat. EDI & Young Noble)

9. High Speed (feat. EDI & Kadafi)

10. The Good Die Young (feat. Napoleon, Young Noble, Kastro & EDI)

11. Killuminati (feat. Kastro, EDI & Kadafi)

12. Teardrops & Closed Caskets ( feat. EDI, Napoleon, Kadafi, Kastro & Nate Dogg)

13. Tattoo Tears (feat. Young Noble, Napoleon, Kastro & Kadafi)

14. U Can Be Touched (feat. Napoleon, EDI, Kastro, Young Noble & Kadafi)

15. Y'all Don't Know Us (Young Noble, Napoleon & EDI)