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The Best of E-40: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow

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Download links and information about The Best of E-40: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow by E - 40. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:05:50 minutes.

Artist: E - 40
Release date: 2004
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:05:50
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Intro 0:35
2. Da Bumble 4:11
3. Flashin' 4:54
4. Zoom 4:11
5. Sideways (feat. B-Legit & Mac Shon) 4:23
6. Carlos Rossi 4:47
7. Rapper's Ball (feat. K-Ci & Too $hort) (featuring Too$ Hort) 5:27
8. Captain Save a Hoe (feat. B-Legit, D-Shot, Suga-T & The Click) (featuring The Click, D-Shot) 4:47
9. Hope I Don't Go Back 4:40
10. Sprinkle Me (feat. Suga-T) (featuring Suga T) 4:10
11. Automatic (feat. Fabolous & Fabolous) (featuring Fabolous) 4:42
12. Gas, Break, Dip (feat. The Federation) (featuring The Federation) 5:04
13. It's On (feat. Cotton Mouf) (featuring Bone Crusher, Cotton Mouth) 4:04
14. Thick & Thin (feat. Lil' Mo & Lil' Mo) (featuring Lil' Mo) 4:53
15. Bust Yo S**t (feat. B-Legit & Rankin Scroo) (featuring Rankin Scroo) 5:02

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Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow may sound like a contrived title for a best-of collection, but the phrase is actually a perfect summation of E-40’s musical philosophy. Though he is one of the most individualistic figures in hip-hop history, 40 has amassed a catalog of classic albums by means of a simple formula: pay respect to the past (“Yesterday”), embrace the voices of the present (“Today”), but always make sure to innovate and produce something that has not been done before (“Tomorrow”). The Best of E-40 includes all the major anthems of the man’s career (“Captain Save a Hoe,” “Sprinkle Me,” “Rapper’s Ball”) and several essential album tracks (“Da Bumble,” “Sideways,” “Carlos Rossi,” “Gas, Break, Dip”) but more importantly, it imparts a sense of the man’s artistic ethos. 40 can hook anyone with a taste for the low-end rumble of West Coast funk, but once he has you on the line, he will perform feats of lyrical wizardry that make brilliant rap albums look like kindergarten homework.