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213 - The Hard Way [2004]

213 - The Hard Way [2004]

Rap / Release On: August 17, 2004
5/5 (1 Reviews) May 17, 2024
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Album Details

Genre
Rap
Posted On
May 17, 2024
Released On
August 17, 2004
Categories
Rap Snoop Dogg Nate Dogg Warren G 213 Gangsta Rap
Styles
Rap Hip Hop
File Size
554 MB
Views & Downloads
2,856
Posted By
Haas
Quality
WAV
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213 - The Hard Way [2004]

Here's an overview:

The Hard Way" is the debut studio album by the hip-hop trio 213, composed of Snoop Dogg, Warren G, and Nate Dogg. The group, named after the Long Beach area code, had been active since the early 90s, but "The Hard Way" marked their first official album release.

Artist: 213 (Snoop Dogg, Warren G, Nate Dogg)

Title: The Hard Way

Release Date: August 17, 2004

Label: TVT Records

Genre: Rap / Hip-Hop / West Coast Rap / G-Funk

Track listing:

213 - [The Hard Way  #01] Intro

213 - [The Hard Way  #02] Twist Yo Body

213 - [The Hard Way  #03] Absolutely

213 - [The Hard Way  #04] Keep It Gangsta

213 - [The Hard Way  #05] Run On Up

213 - [The Hard Way  #06] Groupie Luv

213 - [The Hard Way  #07] Lonely Girl

213 - [The Hard Way  #08] Another Summer

213 - [The Hard Way  #09] 213 Tha Gangsta Clicc

213 - [The Hard Way  #10] Gotta Find A Way

213 - [The Hard Way  #11] Ups & Downs

213 - [The Hard Way  #12] Joysticc

213 - [The Hard Way  #13] Rick James (Interlude)

213 - [The Hard Way  #14] Mary Jane

213 - [The Hard Way  #15] MLK

213 - [The Hard Way  #16] Lil Girl

213 - [The Hard Way  #17] My Dirty Ho

213 - [The Hard Way  #18] Appreciation

213 - [The Hard Way  #19] So Fly

Production and Style:

"The Hard Way" features production that blends classic G-funk elements with contemporary hip-hop sounds. The album's production credits include Warren G, who brings his signature West Coast style, as well as contributions from other producers who help maintain a cohesive and polished sound throughout the album.

Themes:

The album explores themes common in West Coast hip-hop, such as:

*Street life and gangsta culture

*Loyalty and brotherhood

*Partying and having a good time

*Nostalgia and reflection on past experiences

Impact and Reception:

"The Hard Way" was met with positive reviews from both fans and critics. It debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200 and sold well, marking a successful collaboration between three of the most influential artists in West Coast hip-hop. The album is praised for its smooth production, catchy hooks, and the seamless collaboration between Snoop Dogg, Warren G, and Nate Dogg.

Conclusion:

"The Hard Way" is a significant album that captures the essence of West Coast hip-hop and G-funk. The chemistry between Snoop Dogg, Warren G, and Nate Dogg is evident throughout the project, making it a standout release in 2004. The album is a must-listen for fans of the genre and those interested in the legacy of these iconic artists.

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"Good album"

Rony

4 weeks ago

Hello, Thanks to post this album... Salute Bro! fROM mEXICO!!

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