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U Know What I'm Throwin Up


Download links and information about U Know What I'm Throwin Up by Daz Dillinger. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:08:23 minutes.

Artist: Daz Dillinger
Release date: 2003
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:08:23
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No. Title Length
1. Snoop Dogg Intro (featuring Snoop Dogg) 0:32
2. I'll Beacho Azz (featuring Soopafly) 4:38
3. Public Service Announcement Intro / U Ain't Sh*t (featuring Badazz) 3:44
4. Wballz Interlude / Dogg Catcha (featuring Soopafly) 5:02
5. Snoopy Collins Interlude / All Night Long 4:10
6. Its Dat Gangsta Sh*t (featuring Snoop Dogg) 4:08
7. Skirt 3:51
8. Suck Me Snoop Interlude / Don't Stop (featuring Soopafly) 3:56
9. Quit Playin Snoop Interlude / Can't Stop That Gangsta Sh*t (featuring Soopafly) 4:29
10. Kick Some Gangsta Sh*t Snoop Interlude / Deez N*ggaz Trippin (featuring Soopafly) 4:23
11. Introduction 2 Mayhem (featuring Snoop Dogg) 3:18
12. WBALLZ Interlude / Round N Round We Go (featuring Shon Don Of P. F. N) 4:14
13. DPGC U Know What I'm Throwin UP (featuring Goldie Loc, Snoop Dogg) 5:06
14. Pimpin Olympics Interlude / Ain't Nothin But a Gangsta Party Part 2 (featuring Whiteboy Ryan) 5:20
15. I Got Dat Fire Snoop e White Interlude / I Got Dat Fire (featuring Snoop Dogg, E - White, Uncle Rec) 4:37
16. Reminisce Snoop Interlude / World So Cold (featuring Shon Don Of P. F. N) 5:04
17. A Message to Ricardo Brown / Church Interlude 1:51



Following a number of mixtape-like releases, DPGC: U Know What I'm Throwin' Up finds Daz Dillinger back in good shape. Those mixtapes offered plenty of value for your dollar, but they weren't particularly well-crafted releases, emphasizing guest appearances rather than songwriting. In contrast, DPGC manages to emphasize both: there's a wealth of collaborations here (practically every track, in fact), but there's also a welcomed emphasis on developing the tracks into actual songs. This makes it one of Daz's better releases during the early 2000s, right up there with his other "albums" like Retaliation, Revenge and Get Back (1998), R.A.W. (2000), and This Is the Life I Lead (2002). His collaborations with Snoop Dogg and Soopafly are particularly noteworthy, and the excessive number of skits (practically every other track) is a mixed blessing. They're insightful and often funny but lose their charm after repeated listens. Thankfully, they're short and easy to skip over. Overall, DPGC is one of Daz's best and one to look for if you're a fan.