It serves as the lead single from MC Lyte fourth studio album, Ain’t No Other (1993). The song became Lyte’s first top 40 single, peaking at No. 35 on the US Billboard Hot 100, while also becoming her fourth of five singles to reach the No. 1 spot on the Hot Rap Singles chart.
Track #16 on Rick Ross, studio album, Mastermind. Which was released March 3, 2014.
“Ice Cream”, released in 1995, is the third solo single by Wu-Tang Clan rapper Raekwon, from his debut studio album Only Built 4 Cuban Linx… (1995).
The song features Method Man in the intro, chorus and outro, Ghostface Killah in the first verse, and Cappadonna in the third, though none of them are officially credited on the single.
“C.R.E.A.M.” (“Cash Rules Everything Around Me”) is a song by the New York hip hop group Wu-Tang Clan, from their 1993 studio album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). The song was produced by Wu-Tang Clan leader RZA, and samples The Charmels’ 1967 song, “As Long As I’ve Got You”. “C.R.E.A.M.” was released as a single through Loud in early 1994.
Oochie Wally is the second single from the album Nas & Ill Will Records Presents QB’s Finest. The single is a collaboration with Nas & Bravehearts.
Ether is the second track on hip hop artist Nas’ 2001 album Stillmatic. The song was a response to Jay-Z’s “Takeover” – a diss track directed towards Nas and Mobb Deepwhich appears on Jay-Z’s album The Blueprint, during the Jay-Z vs. Nas feud. Nas named the song Ether because, “I was told a long time ago, ghosts and spirits don’t like the fumes from ether, and I just wanted to affect him with my weapon and get to his soul.”
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