10 Years and Gunnin'

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10 Years and Gunnin'
Greatest hits album by M.O.P.
Released April 1, 2003
Recorded 1993–2000
Genre East Coast Hip Hop,[1] Hardcore Hip Hop [2]
Length 41:40
Label Columbia/SME Records
CK 89095
Producer DJ Premier, Dr. Period, M.O.P., Fizzy Womack
M.O.P. chronology
Warriorz
(2000)
10 Years and Gunnin'
(2003)
Mash Out Posse
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [3]
RapReviews (9/10) [4]

10 Years and Gunnin' is a greatest hits CD by M.O.P.. The album name is a reference to N.W.A's LP 100 Miles and Runnin'.

Tracks[edit]

No. Title Producer Length
1. "How About Some Hardcore"   DR Period 4:33
2. "Handle Ur Bizness"   Laze E Laze 4:17
3. "Fly Nigga Hill Figga"   M.O.P. 4:07
4. "4 Alarm Blaze" (featuring Teflon and Jay-Z) Laze E Laze 4:29
5. "Ante Up (Robbin Hoodz Theory)"   DR Period 4:09
6. "World Famous"   Big Jaz 4:11
7. "Downtown Swinga ('96)"   DJ Premier 3:40
8. "Cold as Ice"   Fizzy Womack 4:04
9. "Born 2 Kill"   Big Jaz 4:33
10. "Ante Up Remix" (featuring Busta Rhymes, Teflon, and Remy Ma) DR Period 3:33

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