|Studio album by Steady Mobb'n|
|Released||May 6, 1997|
|Genre||West Coast Hip Hop, Gangsta rap|
|Label||No Limit Records / Priority Records|
DJ Daryl, KLC, Craig B, Master P (exec.)
|Steady Mobb'n chronology|
Pre-Meditated Drama is the debut album by American rap group Steady Mobb'n, released May 6, 1997 on Bomb Shelter and No Limit Records. The 12 songs DJ Daryl produced were recorded at The Grill Studios in Oakland California. It managed to gain decent success, peaking at number 6 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at 29 on the Billboard 200. 
The original version of "If I Could Change" also produced by DJ Daryl was heard in the film, I'm Bout It (which came out shortly after this album), and was also released as a single and a music video to promote the film's soundtrack and this album.
The Source (6/97, p.124) - 3.5 Mics (out of 5) - "...Pre-Meditated Drama shows that (Steady Mobb'n) definitely have those engaging narratives of the hustling street life....if you truly appreciate gangsta rap and the sound that has made No Limit records so popular, then this is the album for you..."
- "Strong Heart"
- "It's On" (featuring Master P, Mystikal & Fiend)
- "Trouble" (featuring Richie Rich)
- "Kidnap Call" (skit)
- "West to South" (featuring Master P, Fiend, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, Mac, C-Loc, Kane & Abel)
- "Puff Puff Pass"
- "Dice Game" (skit)
- "Check ya Nuts"
- "Trying to Get Mine" (featuring Master P & JT the Bigga Figga)
- "Call Back" (skit)
- "Blood Money" (featuring Marvin Klark)
- "Lil Nigga"
- "Up to no Good" (featuring Big Ed, Mia X & Master P)
- "Block Monsters" (featuring Killa K, Marvin Klark & Kollision)
- "Mr. Serv On commercial"
- "4 Corners" (featuring Dirty White)
- "If I Could Change" (remix) (featuring Ephrine Galloway & Juda)
|U.S. Billboard 200||29|
|U.S. Billboard Top R&B Albums||6|
- allmusic ((( Pre-Meditated Drama > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums ))). All Media Guide, LLC. Retrieved on 2009-12-02.
- Stanley, Leo. Review: Pre-Meditated Drama. Allmusic. Retrieved on 2009-12-31.
- Columnist. "Review: Pre-Meditated Drama". The Source: 124. June, 1997.
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