MP da Last Don

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MP da Last Don
Studio album by Master P
Released June 2, 1998
Recorded August 1997–April 1998
Genre Southern Hip hop, Gangsta Rap
Length 106:06
Label No Limit/Priority/EMI Records
Producer
Master P chronology
Ghetto D
(1997)
MP da Last Don
(1998)
Only God Can Judge Me
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Robert Christgau C+[2]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars[3]
The Source 4/5 stars

MP da Last Don is the seventh studio album by American rapper Master P; released by No Limit Records in the United States. It debuted at number one on the Billboard Top 200 charts selling 496,000 copies in the first week. It gained mixed reviews. It was also released about the same time as the straight-to-video short film, MP Da Last Don. It was promoted as his final studio album, although Master P returned to solo recording with Only God Can Judge Me in 1999. The album was certified 4x Platinum by the RIAA, with over four million copies sold, making it Master P's best selling album of his career. It features guest appearances by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, E-40, Silkk the Shocker, UGK, Snoop Dogg, Soulja Slim. The track entitled "Ghetto Love" on disc 2 samples Jaco Pastorius's "Portrait of Tracy".

Background[edit]

The album was originally marketed as his retirement album but came back in his next album Only God Can Judge Me.

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1[edit]

  1. "Da Last Don" (3:36)
  2. "Till We Dead and Gone" (feat. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony) (5:18)
  3. "Thinkin' Bout U" (feat. Mia X & Mo B. Dick) (3:46)
  4. "Soldiers, Riders & G's" (feat. Snoop Dogg, Mystikal & Silkk the Shocker) (4:34)
  5. "The Ghetto's Got Me Trapped" (feat. Sons of Funk & Silkk the Shocker) (2:35)
  6. "Get Your Paper" (feat. E-40) (4:44)
  7. "Ride" (4:06)
  8. "Thug Girl" (feat. Snoop Dogg & Silkk the Shocker) (3:13)
  9. "These Streets Keep Me Rollin'" (feat. Fiend) (3:07)
  10. "Black and White" (feat. Fiend & Silkk the Shocker) (4:45)
  11. "War Wounds" (feat. Snoop Dogg, Mystikal, Fiend & Silkk the Shocker) (4:22)
  12. "Dear Mr. President" (feat. Mac) (4:13)
  13. "Mama Raised Me" (feat. Snoop Dogg & Soulja Slim) (3:11)
  14. "Let My 9 Get 'Em" (3:20)

Disc 2[edit]

  1. "More 2 Life" (feat. C-Murder) (3:43)
  2. "Ghetto Life" (feat. UGK, Mo B. Dick & Odell) (4:54)
  3. "Gangsta B..." (feat. Steady Mobb'n) (3:50)
  4. "So Many Souls Deceased" (feat. Ghetto Commission) (4:23)
  5. "Rock-A-Bye Haters" (0:23)
  6. "Snitches" (feat. Snoop Dogg) (4:08)
  7. "Family Business" (0:28)
  8. "Let's Get 'Em" (feat. C-Murder & Magic) (4:14)
  9. "Goodbye to My Homies" (feat. Mo B. Dick, Sons of Funk & Silkk the Shocker) (4:12)
  10. "Welcome to My City" (feat. Mac & Larry) (3:25)
  11. "Ghetto Love" (feat. Mia X & Mo B. Dick) (3:35)
  12. "Make 'Em Say Uhh #2" (feat. Fiend, Snoop Dogg, Mia X & Silkk The Shocker) (4:28)
  13. "Hot Boys and Girls" (feat. Mystikal, Mia X, Silkk the Shocker & Kane & Abel) (5:24)
  14. "Reverse the Game" (0:31)
  15. "Eternity" (feat. C-Murder & Mr. Serv-On) (4:11)

Samples[edit]

Chart history[edit]

Year Chart (1998) Peak Position
1998 U.S. Billboard 200 1

Singles[edit]

Goodbye To my Homies

Chart Position
Hot Rap Singles # 3
Billboard Hot 100 # 27
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks # 24

Make Em Say uhh Pt.2

Chart Position
US Hot Billboard 100 # 19
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks # 13

Hot Boys and Girls

Chart Position
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks # 23

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Preceded by
City of Angels (soundtrack) by Various artists
Billboard 200 number-one album
June 20, 1998 – July 3, 1998
Succeeded by
City of Angels (soundtrack) by Various artists