Above The Law - Black Mafia Life
Black Mafia Life was the third album by gangsta rap group Above the Law, released on February 2, 1992; being released some time after their popular debut Livin' Like Hustlers, Black Mafia Life proved a surprising success. Especially without the help of Dr. Dre (who produced two tracks and served as overall assistant producer on their debut album), the album was not widely expected to live up to expectations. Rolling Stone gave the album 4.5 stars.
Black Mafia Life was released for Eazy-E's Ruthless Records and distributed by Giant Records. The album was produced by Above The Law member and in-house producer Cold 187um. It features guest appearances by rappers 2Pac and Money-B of Digital Underground, MC Ren of N.W.A., the ex-member of Above The Law - Kokane and the executive producer of the album - Eazy-E.
Black Mafia Life features the hit single V.S.O.P., which was released on 12" promo Vinyl. Music videos were produced for the singles "Call It What You Want" and "V.S.O.P.".
Format: Digital Download MP3
Record Label: Ruthless Records
Distributed By: Giant Records
Produced By: Cold 187um for Black Owned Entertainment
Style: Gangsta, Funk
Area Code: 909
|2||ATL||Never Missin' A Beat||06:58|
|3||ATL||Why Must I Feel Like Dat?||04:08|
|6||ATL, 2Pac, Money-B||Call It What You Want||04:33|
|7||ATL||Harda U R Tha Doppa U Faal||04:49|
|8||ATL, Eazy-E, Kokane||Game Wreck-Oniz-Iz Game||05:12|
|11||ATL, MC Ren||Process Of Elimination (Untouchakickamurdaqtion)||05:56|
|12||ATL||G's & Macoronies||04:04|
|13||ATL, Kokane||G-Rupie's Best Friend||05:30|
|14||ATL||Mee Vs. My Ego||05:20|