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The Purple Album


Download links and information about The Purple Album by Purple City. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:00:02 minutes.

Artist: Purple City
Release date: 2006
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:00:02
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No. Title Length
1. Live Your Life (featuring Un Kasa) 2:29
2. Gangsta (featuring Jim James, Max B, Shiest Bubz) 3:58
3. Fly High (featuring Agallah) 3:21
4. Trap N**** (featuring Jim Jones, Un Kasa, Shiest Bubz) 4:00
5. Go Head (featuring Numbers, Den 10, Un Kasa) 4:40
6. Harlem To B-More (featuring DK, A - Mafia, Un Kasa) 4:03
7. Nick Nack (featuring Jim Jones, Max B, Un Kasa) 4:03
8. Bank Roll (featuring B. G., Un Kasa, Shiest Bubz, 334 Mobb) 5:39
9. Hustlers (featuring Agallah) 4:20
10. Purple City And The Lot (featuring Un Kasa) 3:38
11. Picture Me Rollin (featuring Agallah) 3:55
12. Head Bust Open (featuring Shiest Bubz) 3:58
13. P.A.Y.D.A.Y. (featuring Numbers, Den 10, The Smoke) 5:09
14. Grind Slow (featuring Buddy Klein) 3:57
15. Catch Him (featuring Shiest Bubz) 2:52



Back in the mid-'00s, Harlem's Dipset crew was still huge (especially on the East Coast) and seemed to be putting out new material every other week. Purple City was founded in 2002 by Shiest Bub, who brought Agallah and Un Kasa into the fold. They released a ton of mixtapes (including The Purple City Family in Candyland, The Need for Weed, and Every Daze My Birthday) before dropping three official CDs. The last of them, The Purple Album, hit streets in the summer of 2006, and it's everything you'd expect from the Uptown crime-rhyme family. Bold and triumphant beats supporting simple but entertaining wordplay exclusively about thugging it up ("Gangsta," "Head Bust Open"), making that money ("Bank Roll," "P.A.Y.D.A.Y."), and staying lit 24-7 ("Fly High"). It's not exactly groundbreaking, but it's solid street rap nonetheless; check out guest verses from BG, Jim Jones, The Lenox Ave Boys, A-Mafia, Buddy Klein, and Den 10.