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  1. Kajidal Reply
    Lord willin' is the album from the viginia based duo is one of the tightest albums i heard in With production from the biggest hit makers in hip hop the Neptunes. This album has all the Neptunes trademarks from the infectious beats to the holla' of pharrels voice. this album this album is /5(22).
  2. Yozilkree Reply
    LORD WILLIN' The first act signed to The Neptunes newly formed Star Trak label was a Virginia based duo known as the Clipse. The first single Grindin impacted the streets with its bare boned but infectious drum beat in the same way that Sucker MCs did almost 20 years earlier. These brothers - .
  3. Dajinn Reply
    May 30,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Clipse Lord Willin Track 13 I'm Not You (featuring Jadakiss, Styles P and Rosco P. Coldchain) YouTube Good Times - Duration: Styles P , views.
  4. Mazuzuru Reply
    Whoever would of thought the Clipse would go from having a shelved debut album to having one of the biggest Hip-Hop songs of I used to watch Rap City like everyday in my teen years, so I remember when they used to show the Clipes The Funeral video and that was the only single from the Audio Exclusive Footage album/5().
  5. Fenrisho Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Lord Willin' on Discogs. Label: BMG Australia - • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Hip Hop • Clipse - Lord Willin' (, CD) | Discogs3/5(2).
  6. Gazahn Reply
    Lord Willin' makes a strong case for classic album and although we wouldn't see another Clipse album for four years, we got mixtapes and other features after this. Final Verdict: Grindin' obviously is the best track on here. It's one of the best rap songs ever. Comedy Central and Ego are other standouts.
  7. Yot Reply
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Lord Willin' - Clipse on AllMusic - - Rap and drugs. The somewhat unholy marriage is.
  8. Shakasida Reply
    Special repress from Get On Down! Here's what we had to say when Lord Willin' first dropped: All it took was a Neptunes beat and Pharell in the video to blow the Clipse up. Sure, the Neptunes define the Clipse sound, but conversely the Clipse define the Neptunes .

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