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Til the Casket Drops

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Download links and information about Til the Casket Drops by Clipse. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 51:45 minutes.

Artist: Clipse
Release date: 2009
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 13
Duration: 51:45
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Freedom 3:46
2. Popular Demand (Popeyes) [feat. Cam'ron and Pharrell] 4:20
3. Kinda Like a Big Deal (feat. Kanye West) 3:26
4. Showing Out (feat. Yo Gotti) 3:38
5. I'm Good (feat. Pharrell) 4:21
6. There Was a Murder 3:36
7. Door Man 5:08
8. Never Will It Stop (feat. Ab Liva) 3:21
9. All Eyes On Me (feat. Keri Hilson) 3:50
10. Counseling (feat. Nicole Hurst) 3:17
11. Champion 4:14
12. Footsteps 4:21
13. Life Change 4:27

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Though it lacks the steely focus of Hell Hath No Fury, Til the Casket Drops captures one of hip-hop’s most formidable duos in a moment of transition. For the first time, Clipse collaborate with producers outside of the Neptunes, their longstanding production team, and the risk pays off: DJ Khalil & Chin triumph with the taut, dirty riff of “Kinda Like a Big Deal” and the ghetto reggae of “There Was a Murder,” both of which inspire sharp rhymes and renewed energy. Clipse’s criminal flows just aren’t cut out for the club, but the Neptunes still manage to give Clipse a classic track in the form of “Popular Demand (Popeyes),” a halftime stomp that invites a verse from Cam’ron, whose verbal precision is well-suited to Clipse’s style. Til the Casket Drops isn’t a drug-dealer manifesto on par with the first two Clipse albums, but the final song “Life Change” suggests the group is ready to move beyond crack rap altogether: “Wasted so much time stuntin’ for folk / When really the whole time I was stuntin’ my growth / A message to the youth, what I’m offering is hope / Now something’s gotta change, I’m at the end of my rope.”