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  • Album: Shook Ones prt2
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Mobb deep - Shook Ones prt2 album flac

Instrumental: 'Shook Ones Pt 2' perteneciente a The Infamous (1995), segundo album de Mobb Deep.

The song 'Shook Ones, Part II' by Mobb Deep has a tempo of 93 beats per minute (BPM) on 'The Infamous'.

Текст песни: Word up son, word Yeah, to all the killers and a hundred dollar billas (yo I got the phone thing, knowmsayin', keep your eyes open) For real niggas who ain’t got no feelings.

Текст и перевод песни Mobb Deep - Shook Ones Pt.

Mobb Deep - Shook Ones, Pt. II (LP Version). Shook Ones, Pt. II. Mobb Deep.

Shook Ones Part II. Shook Ones Part II Lyrics. Cowardly hearts and straight up shook ones, shook ones He ain't a crook, son, he's just a shook one. For every rhyme I write it's 25 to life Yo, it's a must, in gats we trust, safeguardin' my life Ain't no time for hesitation, that only leads to incarceration You don't know me, there's no relation Queensbridge and we don't play I don't got time for your petty-thinkin' mind Son

Album: Life of the Infamous - The Best of Mobb Deep, 2006. Instrumental of Shook Ones Pt. 2 by Mobb Deep. Has been played on. United States 62.

Yeah, to all the killers and a hundred dollar billers. For real niggas who ain't got no feelings. I got you stuck off the realness, we be the infamous. You heard of us, official Queensbridge murderers. Cowardly hearts and straight up shook ones, shook ones. He ain't a crook son, he's just a shook on. .For every rhyme I write it's 25 to life. Yo it's a must, in gats we trust, safeguarding my life. Ain't no time for hesitation, that only leads to incarceration. You don't know me, there's no relation.

Other songs sampled in Mobb Deep's Shook Ones Part II: Dirty Feet by Daly-Wilson Big Band (1975). Jessica by Herbie Hancock (1969).

Shook Ones Pt. Label: RCA RECORDS LABEL. Following their 1993 debut, Juvenile Hell, Mobb Deep's second album established Havoc and Prodigy as the premier NYC thugs, with a grim vibe and dark tracks that would be imitated by countless others. A classic through and through, it features some of the Mobb's biggest hits like "Survival of the Fittest" and "Shook Ones Pt. I. Brolin Winning.