LL Cool J - G.O.A.T Featuring James T. Smith The Greatest Of All Time album flac
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||–LL Cool J||Intro
Producer – James "Bimmy" Antney
|A2||–LL Cool J||Imagine That
Backing Vocals – LeShaunProducer – Rockwilder
|A3||–LL Cool J||Back Where I Belong
Featuring – Ja RuleProducer – Mark Wiggins, Vada Nobles
|A4||–LL Cool J||LL Cool J
Featuring – Kandice Love
|A5||–LL Cool J||Take It Off
Backing Vocals – LeShaunProducer – Adam F
|A6||–LL Cool J||Skit||0:45|
|A7||–LL Cool J||Fuhgidabowdit
Featuring – DMX, Method Man & RedmanProducer – Trackmasters
|A8||–LL Cool J||Farmers
Featuring – Tikki DiamondProducer – Self
|A9||–LL Cool J||This Is Us
Featuring – Carl ThomasProducer – Vada Nobles
|B1||–LL Cool J||Can't Think
Producer – Tyrone FyffeScratches – DJ Ty Boogie
|B2||–LL Cool J||Hello
Featuring – Amil
|B3||–LL Cool J||You And Me
Featuring – Kelly Price
|B4||–LL Cool J||Homicide||4:58|
|B5||–LL Cool J||U Can't F**k With Me
Featuring – Jayo Felony, Snoop Doggy Dogg*, Xzibit
|B6||–LL Cool J||Queens Is
Featuring – ProdigyProducer – Havoc
|B7||–LL Cool J||The G.O.A.T.
Producer – Adam F
|B8||–Funkmaster Flex & Big Kap||III Bomb
Featuring – LL Cool J
|B9||–LL Cool J Feat. Case||M.I.S.S. I||3:15|
|B10||–LL Cool J||Shut 'Em Down||3:14|
NotesMade in the EU.
Included both bonus tracks, also both of them listed with palytime.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 31454 29974 9
- Label Code: LC 08427
- Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
|542 997-2||LL Cool J||G.O.A.T. Featuring James T. Smith The Greatest Of All Time (CD, Album, Dig)||Def Jam Recordings||542 997-2||Europe||2000|
|542 997-1||LL Cool J||G.O.A.T Featuring James T. Smith The Greatest Of All Time (2xLP, Album)||Def Jam Recordings||542 997-1||Europe||2000|
|542 997-4||LL Cool J||G.O.A.T Featuring James T. Smith The Greatest Of All Time (Cass, Album)||Def Jam Recordings||542 997-4||France||2000|
|2000-300||LL Cool J||G.O.A.T. Featuring James T. Smith The Greatest Of All Time (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Priarity Records||2000-300||Malaysia||2000|
|314 546 819-1||LL Cool J||G.O.A.T Featuring James T. Smith The Greatest Of All Time (2xLP, Album)||Def Jam Recordings||314 546 819-1||US||2000|
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Greatest of all time) is the eighth studio album by American rapper LL Cool J, issued on Def Jam Recordings. It was released on September 12, 2000, and peaked at number one on the . Billboard 200. It was LL Cool J's first and, to date, only album to reach the spot.
Producer – James "Bimmy" Antney. 2. –LL Cool J. Imagine That. Producer – RockwilderVocals – LeShaun Williams. 3. Back Where I Belong. Featuring – Ja RuleProducer – Mark Wiggins, Vada Nobles. 4. Featuring – Kandice LoveProducer – DJ Scratch. 5. Take It Off. Producer – Adam FVocals – LeShaun Williams.
LL Cool J. 18 Tracks. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
LL Cool J's new collection includes 18 tracks on 1 disc(s) with total runtime of 01:12:59. LL Cool J – G. O. A. T. Featuring James T. Smith: The Greatest of All Time Album Zip Download (16. 8MB) Songs are compressed with best possible compression by keeping maximum quality possible
LL Cool J matters because he is a trailblazer, but if there’s a case to be made for his inclusion in an institution that purports to recognize artists for having contributed over 25 years of musical excellence, there’s an equally compelling one for his exclusion. Smith: The Greatest of All Time (2000). has the distinction of being LL’s first and (to date) only album to top the Billboard 200, although its success was relatively short-lived and it undersold its predecessors. Neither the blippy faux-Timbaland club tracks nor the plodding faux-Ruff Ryders locker room cuts supply much to recommend. LL wavers from banal . moralizing to tales of dousing his dick with champagne, leaving an overmatched guest roster to bail him out.
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From those results, Rolling Stone created this new list of the greatest albums of all time. Hits like Rosa Parks put the duo’s hometown Hotlanta on the rap map. Listen here. The third album by Jack and Meg White was the right dynamite for a mainstream breakthrough. Jack’s Delta-roadhouse fantasies, Detroit-garage-rock razzle and busted-love lyricism, as well as Meg’s toy-thunder drumming all peaked at once. AKA: James Todd Smith. About LL Cool J. Deriving his name from the statement Ladies Love Cool James, LL Cool J became a superstar rapper after his Def Jam debut in 1984. His third album, 1989’s Walking with a Panther, was another platinum hit, featuring the singles Going Back to Cali, Big Ole Butt, I’m That Type of Guy, and Jingling Baby. LL came right back a year later with the Marley Marl-produced Mama Said Knock You Out, a double platinum success featuring The Boomin' System, the Top 10 pop hit Around the Way Girl, and the explosive title track, which won LL a Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance in 1991. In 2000, LL titled his album . proclaiming himself the Greatest Of All Time in the rap game. LL’s braggadocios bravado had him involved in several beefs throughout his career.