Sick Wid It's Greatest Hits

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Sick Wid It's Greatest Hits
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Greatest hits album by Sick Wid It Records
Released November 9, 1999
Recorded 1991–1996
Genre West Coast hip hop, Rap, Hyphy
Length 70:09
Label Sick Wid It, Jive
Producer D-Shot, Femi Ojetunde, Kevin Gardner, Mike Mosley, Redwine, Roger Troutman, Sam Bostic, Studio Ton, Tone Capone
Sick Wid It Records chronology
Southwest Riders
(1997)Southwest Riders1997
Greatest Hits
Fedi Fetchin
(2005)Fedi Fetchin2005

Sick Wid It's Greatest Hits is compilation presented by American rap label, Sick Wid It Records. It was released November 9, 1999 on Sick Wid It and Jive Records. The album was produced by D-Shot, Femi Ojetunde, Kevin Gardner, Mike Mosley, Redwine, Roger Troutman, Sam Bostic, Studio Ton and Tone Capone. It features performances by Spice 1, Too Short, Kurupt, Daryl Hall, E-40, B-Legit, Celly Cel, Levitti, Bo–Roc, Roger Troutman and Mac Shawn.

Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Allmusic – "Sick Wid It...albums sold steadily throughout the...'90s, mainly because the label offered straight-up West Coast gangsta with no muss, fuss, or apologies. Released in the waning months of the decade, Sick Wid It's Greatest Hits compiles the label's best-known singles and R&B/Rap chart hits, which mainly breaks down to three songs from E-40, three songs from Click, three songs from B-Legit, two from D-Shot, two from Celly Cel, and one from Suga's not bad and certainly the cream of the Sick Wid It crop, which makes it a good choice for aficionados of the style or to anyone looking to dig a little deeper than Death Row and No Limit."[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sprinkle Me" (E-40 featuring Suga-T) – 4:10 (from the album In a Major Way)
  2. "Hurricane" (The Click) – 4:21 (from the album Game Related)
  3. "City 2 City" (B-Legit featuring Levitti) – 3:49 (from the album The Hemp Museum)
  4. "The Worldwide Playaz" (D-Shot featuring Spice 1, Too Short & Bo–Roc) – 4:34 (from the album Six Figures)
  5. "Hustlas and Tendas" (Suga-T featuring B-Legit, Mac Shawn & G-Note) – 3:38 (from the album Paper Chasin')
  6. "Captain Save a Hoe" (E-40 featuring The Click & Captain Save 'Em) – 4:50 (from the album The Mail Man)
  7. "It's Goin' Down" (Celly Cel) – 5:19 (from the album Killa Kali)
  8. "Mr. Flamboyant" (E-40) – 6:01 (from the album Mr. Flamboyant)
  9. "Check It Out" (B-Legit featuring Kurupt & E-40) – 5:20 (from the album The Hemp Museum)
  10. "(I'll Be Yo') Huckleberry" (D-Shot featuring E-40, Levitti & Saulter Twins) – 4:33 (from the album Booty Call)
  11. "Ghetto Smile" (B-Legit featuring Daryl Hall) – 4:14 (from the album Dangerous Ground)
  12. "Scandalous" (The Click featuring Roger Troutman) – 5:06 (from the album Game Related)
  13. "Things'll Never Change" (E-40 featuring Bo–Roc) – 5:03 (from the album Tha Hall of Game)
  14. "Heat 4 Yo Azz" (Celly Cel) – 4:20 (from the album Heat 4 Yo Azz)
  15. "Way Too Vicious" (B-Legit featuring E-40) – 4:51 (from the album Tryin' to Get a Buck)



  1. ^ a b Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. Review: Sick Wid It's Greatest Hits. Allmusic. Retrieved on 2010-02-14.

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