Asphalt Massaka 2

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Asphalt Massaka 2
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Studio album by Farid Bang
Released March 12, 2010
Genre Rap, battle rap
Label 313
Farid Bang chronology
Jung, brutal, gutaussehend
(2009)Jung, brutal, gutaussehend2009
Asphalt Massaka 2
Banger leben kürzer
(2011)Banger leben kürzer2011

Asphalt Massaka 2 is the second album by German rapper Farid Bang. The album was released on 12 March 2010 on the label 313 JWP.

Musical style[edit]

Many songs contain disses towards other German rap artists, such as Fler, B-Tight, Die Sekte and Franky Kubrick.[1] However, the album also contains storytelling tracks like "Vom Tellerwäscher zum Millionär" and "Schwer ein Mann zu sein" and even a serious track titled "Noch einmal", in which Farid Bang reflects his life and property lists, which he would gladly do again.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Intro" Joshimixu 3:08
2. "Banger Musik" (featuring G-Style) Illthinker 3:23
3. "Immernoch ein Bastard" (Still a bastard, featuring Eko Fresh) Juh Dee 3:44
4. "Es ist soweit" (It's time, featuring Summer Cem) Juh Dee 4:18
5. "Vom Tellerwäscher zum Millionär" (Rags-to-riches, featuring Layouna) Juh Dee 3:56
6. "Goodfella" Joshimixu 4:30
7. "Stress ohne Grund" (Stress without reason, featuring Summer Cem) Illthinker 2:58
8. "Gangsta Musik" (featuring Bass Sultan Hengzt) Rizbo 3:55
9. "Schwer ein Mann zu sein" (Hard to be a man, featuring Manuellsen) Decay 4:15
10. "Ich bin Düsseldorf" (I am Düsseldorf) Kingstrumentals 3:40
11. "Gangbanger 2" (featuring Al-Gear) Rizbo 4:14
12. "Wer will Beef" (Who wants beef)   4:32
13. "Klick klick boom" (featuring Capkekz & Al-Gear) Abaz 4:24
14. "Ey yo" (featuring Kollegah) Rizbo 3:50
15. "Noch einmal" (Once again) Illthinker 3:55


Asphalt Massaka 2 reached chart position #56 in the German charts. Two music videos for "Es ist soweit" and "Gangsta Musik" were shot.


  1. ^ staiger (2 March 2010). Farid Bang - "Fler hat mir Props gegeben" Archived March 7, 2010, at the Wayback Machine..

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