Black Mafia (album)

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Black Mafia
Studio album by Steady Mobb'n
Released November 24, 1998
Recorded 1998
Genre Gangsta Rap, West Coast Hip Hop
Length 68:19
Label No Limit/Priority
Producer Beats By the Pound, Meech Wells
Steady Mobb'n chronology
Pre-Meditated Drama
(1997)
Black Mafia
(1998)
Crime Buddies
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Black Mafia is the second album released by rap group Steady Mobb'n. It was released on November 24, 1998, through No Limit Records and was produced by Beats By the Pound and Meech Wells. Black Mafia failed to match the success of the previous album, Pre-Meditated Drama, only reaching #82 on the Billboard 200[2] and #19 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. There was a single called "Ghetto Life feat Snoop Dogg" which was only a minor hit. This was Steady Mobb'n's last album with No Limit Records.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Ghetto Life"- 4:37 (featuring Snoop Dogg, O'Dell & Master P)
  2. "Bout Dat Mess"- 3:13 (featuring Fiend, Big Ed & Mac)
  3. "Still Hustlin'"- 3:56 (featuring Renzo of Sons of Funk)
  4. "When Them Killas Call"- 3:45 (featuring C-Murder)
  5. "Niggas Like Me"- 4:28 (featuring Mystikal & Silkk the Shocker)
  6. "Papa Didn't Raise No Punks"- 3:12 (featuring C-Murder)
  7. "Lil' Niggas"- 3:04 (featuring Master P & Lil Soldiers)
  8. "Plead My Case"- 3:51 (featuring Magic & Craig B)
  9. "Heaven or Hell"- 3:48 (featuring Mo B. Dick)
  10. "Carry On"- 4:30 (featuring Mr. Serv-On, O'Dell and Ms. Peaches)
  11. "Light Green and Remy"- 4:12 (featuring Snoop Dogg)
  12. "Stick Up"- 2:46 (featuring Freedom)
  13. "Turn Me Up"- 4:18 (featuring Snoop Dogg)
  14. "Family Ties"- 4:36 (featuring Gambino Family)
  15. "No One"- 3:17 (featuring Silkk the Shocker and Ms. Peaches)
  16. "Crosses Artist"- 3:44 (featuring Full Blooded)
  17. "MG Theme"- 3:47 (featuring Mean Green and Mo B. Dick)
  18. "Hit a Lick"- 3:15 (featuring Prime Suspects)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Black Mafia - Steady Mobb'n". Billboard.com. 1998-12-12. Retrieved 2012-01-16.