Black Mafia Life
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|Black Mafia Life|
|Studio album by Above the Law|
|Released||February 2, 1993|
|Genre||West Coast hip hop|
|Label||Ruthless, Giant, Reprise|
|Producer||Above the Law|
|Above the Law chronology|
|The Source||December, 1993, p.72[permanent dead link]|
All tracks by Above the Law
- "Black Triangle"
- "Never Missin' a Beat" (featuring: Kokane)
- "Why Must I Feel Like Dat?"
- "Commin' Up"
- "Pimpology 101"
- "Call It What You Want" (featuring: 2Pac, Money-B)
- "Harda U R tha Doppa U Faal"
- "Game Wreck-Oniz-Iz Game" (featuring: Eazy-E, Kokane)
- "Pimp Clinic"
- "Process of Elimination (Untouchakickamurdaqtion)" (featuring: MC Ren)
- "G's & Macoronies"
- "G-Rupie's Best Friend" (featuring: Kokane)
- "Mee vs. My Ego"
Game Wreck-Oniz-Iz Game
- "Tanga Boo Gonk" by The Nite-Liters
- "On the Floor" by The Fatback Band
- "Military Cut - Scratch Mix" by DJ Grand Wizard Theodore and Kevie Kev Rockwell
G-Rupies Best Friend
- "Housequake" by Prince
Mee vs. My Ego
- "Heartbeat" by Taana Gardner
Call It What You Want
- "Freak of the Week" by Funkadelic
Never Missin' a Beat
- "Backstrokin'" by The Fatback Band
- "Genius of Love" by Tom Tom Club
- "I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)" by Hall & Oates
- "Cutie Pie" by One Way
- "Synthetic Substitution" by Melvin Bliss
Harda U R Tha Doppa U Faal
Why Must I Feel Like Dat?
- Billboard Music Charts album
- Billboard 200 (#37)
- Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (#6)
- Billboard Music Charts singles
- "V.S.O.P." (Hot Rap Singles) (#9)
- "V.S.O.P." Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks (#97)
- Eazy-E — executive producer
- Digital Underground — vocals
- Above the Law — producer
- Cartoon — artwork
- Brian Gardner — mastering
- Mark Paladino — engineer, mixing
- Mike Sims — guitar
- Mike Smooth — guitar
- Kokane — arranger
- Cold 187 um — scratching, arranger, keyboards, producer
- Mary Ann Dibs — art direction, design
- Total K-Oss — scratching, arranger
- Julio Estrada — photography
- B-Laid Back Edwards — keyboards
- Go Mack — scratching
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