Mean Green (album)

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Mean Green
Compilation album by Various artists
Released September 28, 1998
Recorded 1998
Genre Southern Hip Hop, Gangsta Rap
Length 71:21
Label No Limit/Priority
Producer Master P (exec.)
Beats By the Pound (exec.)
Ant Banks, Pimp C,Studio Ton, Tone Capone,
No Limit compilation chronology
I Got the Hook Up
(1998)
Major Players Compilation
(1998)
We Can't Be Stopped
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars

Mean Green is a compilation album released by American hip hop record label No Limit Records. It was released on September 28, 1998 and featured a majority of No Limit's artists, as well as other rappers including UGK and Mack 10. Like most No Limit albums at the time, this was a success and peaked at #9 on the Billboard 200 and #6 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and was also certified Gold by the RIAA with over 500,000 copies sold. The song by Passion "Don't Be Mad" was a success

Music Video[edit]

There was a music video for the single "Major Players". [2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Mean Green"- 1:17
  2. "We..."- 3:00 (Fiend & Mac)
  3. "Tossed Up"- 3:59 (UGK)
  4. "Devil's Playground"- 4:20 (Ghetto Commission)
  5. "Major Players"- 4:11 (Master P, Mia X, Silkk the Shocker, Porsha & Mean Green)
  6. "Better Player"- 4:22 (Too Short)
  7. "Dying in My City"- 5:00 (C-Murder, Magic & Snoop Dogg)
  8. "MG Theme"- 3:48 (Steady Mobb'n, Mo B.Dick & Mean Green)
  9. "Sucka Repellent"- 4:40 (E-40 & Suga T)
  10. "Ashes and Dust"- 3:21 (Gambino Family & Master P)
  11. "Close 2 You"- 3:15 (Lil Soldiers & Mo B. Dick)
  12. "Luv 4 Me"- 4:09 (Mr. Serv-On & Full Blooded)
  13. "That's the Nigga"- 3:00 (Mystikal)
  14. "The Mirror Don't Lie"- 2:57 (Two for One)
  15. "For Ya Troubles"- 3:42 (Prime Suspects)
  16. "Don't Be Mad"- 2:58 (Passion)
  17. "Bigga Than..."- 4:36 (B-Legit & C-Murder)
  18. "Tell Me When"- 4:52 (Mo B. Dick)
  19. "Gotta Have Cash"- 3:54 (Mack 10 & The Comrads)

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