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Al Capone

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Download links and information about Al Capone by Master P. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 44:03 minutes.

Artist: Master P
Release date: 2013
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 11
Duration: 44:03
Buy on iTunes $9.99
Buy on Amazon $14.99

Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Al Capone (feat. Alley Boy & Fat Trel) 3:14
2. My Life (feat. Alley Boy & Fat Trel) 4:03
3. Brick to a Million (feat. Alley Boy & Fat Trel) 3:29
4. Take a Ride (feat. Alley Boy & Fat Trel) 4:06
5. Don't Make No Sense (feat. Chief Keef & Fat Trel) 4:18
6. How I Feel (feat. Alley Boy & Fat Trel) 4:25
7. Scared of Me (Feat. Crazy & Tori) 3:43
8. Paper Right (feat. Meek Mill & Alley Boy) 4:36
9. Louie Sheets (feat. Alley Boy & Fat Trell) 4:15
10. Friends With Benefits (feat. Kirko Bangz) 3:50
11. Kit Kat Bars (feat. Alley Boy & Fat Trel) 4:04

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There was a time in the middle and late '90s when Master P was an undisputed hip-hop icon: a self-made industry mogul who'd climbed up from the hood and achieved vast fame and fortune. His independent label, No Limit, was arguably responsible for Southern rap going mainstream; it cranked out dozens of successful albums (with their ubiquitous Pen & Pixel cover art), discovered stars like Mystikal, signed Snoop Dogg, and did vanity supergroup projects like TRU and 504 Boyz. Then P shifted his efforts to low-budget movies and his son Lil Romeo, and No Limit went bankrupt. Busy with TV projects and various business endeavors, he hasn't released a proper album since 2005's Ghetto Bill. On this mixtape he sounds rejuvenated, getting rowdy alongside younger talent—whether unknowns like Alley Boy and Fat Trel or new-jack stars Nipsey Hussle, Meek Mill, and Chief Keef. P has never been the world's greatest lyricist, but he's always had charisma. That's in full effect here, set to reliable beats by Pound-style production. Check out "Brick to a Million," "Friends with Benefits," and "It Don't Make No Sense."