Da Dirty 30

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Da Dirty 30
Studio album by Cru
Released June 24, 1997
Recorded 1995–1997
Genre Hip hop
Length 55:36
Label Def Jam, Violator
Producer Yogi
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Da Dirty 30 is the only album released by hip hop group, Cru. It was released on June 24, 1997 as a joint production by Def Jam Recordings and Violator Entertainment, with the entire production of the album coming from the group's producer Yogi. The album was met with positive reviews but was not a huge commercial success, peaking at 102 on the Billboard 200, number 26 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and number one on the Top Heatseekers.

Two singles made it to the charts: "Bubblin'", which was released on August 26, 1997 and peaked at 23 on the Hot Rap Singles chart, and the more successful "Just Another Case", which made it to 68 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "DJ Footlong" - 1:46
  2. "Bluntz & Bakakeemis" - 3:09 (feat. Antoinette, Tracey Lee and Jim Hydro)
  3. "That Shit" - 3:27
  4. "Just Another Case" - 3:35 (feat. Slick Rick)
  5. "Hoe 2 Society" - 0:57
  6. "Nuthin' But" - 3:18 (feat. Black Rob)
  7. "Straight from L.I.P." - 3:14
  8. "Goin' Down" - 2:54
  9. "Shoot Out" - 1:00
  10. "Ten to Run" - 1:14
  11. "Wreckgonize" - 3:44 (feat. Black Rob)
  12. "Bulletproof Vest" - :33
  13. "The Ebonic Plague" - 3:52 (feat. Ras Kass)
  14. "Up North" - 3:34
  15. "R.I.P." - :10
  16. "Live at the Tunnel" - 3:53 (feat. The LOX)
  17. "Pronto" - 4:16
  18. "You Used To" - :40
  19. "Fresh, Wild and Bold" - 3:00
  20. "O.J." - :43
  21. "Lisa Lipps" - 2:59
  22. "Bubblin'" - 3:06
  23. "Goines Tale" - 2:37
  24. "The Illz" - 4:19
  25. "Footlong" - :11
  26. "My Everlovin'" - 3:32
  27. "Pay Attention" - 3:48 (feat. Anthony Hamilton)
  28. "Loungin' wit My Cru"- 3:37
  29. "Dirty 29" - :29
  30. "Armaggedon" - 3:10

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stanley, Leo. Da Dirty 30 at AllMusic