Tha Eastsidaz (album)

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Tha Eastsidaz
Studio album by Tha Eastsidaz
Released February 1, 2000
Recorded 1999
Genre West Coast hip hop
Gangsta rap
Length 72:36
Label Dogghouse/TVT
Producer Battlecat, Jelly Roll, L. T. Hutton, Meech Wells, Snoop Dogg (exec.), Warren G
Tha Eastsidaz chronology
Tha Eastsidaz
(2000)
Duces 'n Trayz
(2001)
Snoop Dogg chronology
No Limit Top Dogg
(1999)
Tha Eastsidaz
(2000)
Tha Last Meal
(2000)
Tray Dee chronology
Tha Eastsidaz
(2000)
Duces 'n Trayz
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly C+[2]
Los Angeles Times 2.5/4 stars[3]
RapReviews 7/10 stars[4]
The Source 4/5 stars[5]
USA Today 2.5/4 stars[6]

Tha Eastsidaz is the debut album by American rap group Tha Eastsidaz. It was released February 1, 2000 on Dogghouse Records and TVT Records. The album was recorded at Dogghouse Studio, Music Grinder & Skip Saylor Recording, Hollywood, California.

Most of the songs were performed live on Hustler's rap-porn compilation Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle XXX DVD. The album was executive produced by Snoop Dogg.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro to Indo" (featuring Dr. Dre) 0:24
  2. "Now We Lay 'em Down" 4:42
  3. "Tha Eastsidaz" 2:57
    • Samples "Nothing to Lose But the Blues" by Gwen McCrae
    • Produced by Meech Wells and Def Jef
  4. "Dogghouse" (featuring Tha Locs, Rappin' 4-Tay) 4:23
  5. "Give It 2 'em Dogg" (featuring Bugsy Seigal) 3:29
    • Produced by Goldie Loc and Bugsy Seigal
  6. "Got Beef" (featuring Jayo Felony, Sylk-E. Fyne) 4:11
  7. "Real Talk" 0:18
  8. "Balls of Steel" 3:11
  9. "Nigga 4 Life" (featuring Bad Azz) 4:10
  10. "G'd Up" (featuring Butch Cassidy) 4:33
    • Produced by DJ Battlecat
  11. "Another Day" (featuring Butch Cassidy) 4:15
    • Produced by Jelly Roll
  12. "Tha Mac Ten Commandments" 0:46
  13. "Ghetto" (featuring Kokane, Kam, Nate Dogg) 4:39
  14. "Big Bang Theory" (featuring Xzibit, Kurupt, CPO, Pinky) 4:28
  15. "Be Thankful" (featuring Kam, Pretty Tony, Warren G) 3:43
  16. "How You Livin'" (featuring Butch Cassidy) 2:38
    • Produced by DJ Battlecat
  17. "Take It Back to '85" (featuring Kurupt, Butch Cassidy) 4:22
  18. "Tha G in Deee" 3:18
    • Produced by Keith Clizark, Meech Wells
  19. "Tha Mac Bible: Chapter 2:11 Verse 187" 1:02
  20. "Pussy Sells" (featuring Suga Free) 4:15
    • Produced by L. T. Hutton
  21. "LBC Thang" (featuring Butch Cassidy) 3:22
    • Produced by DJ Battlecat
  22. "Life Goes On" 3:34
    • Produced by Meech Wells

Chart history[edit]

Title Chart positions Video Director
US Hot 100 US R&B / Hip-Hop US Rap U.S. Top 40 Canada Top 50 Australia Top 100 Radio & Records Airplay - Rhythmic
"G'd up" #47 #19 #2 #35 #13 - #26 Diane Martel
"Got Beef" #99 #55 #38 - - #23 - Chris Robinson
Album Performance →
Album Certification:
Chart positions
Billboard Hot 200 Australia Top 100 Canada Top 50
"Platinum (05.04.2000)" #8 #27 #8

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