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Ruthless for Life

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MC Ren 6/30/1998

Review

Working with a new producer and enlisting an impressive roster of guest artists (including Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, 8Ball & MJG, and RBX), MC Ren reconfigures himself as a latter-day gangsta rapper, complete with stoned beats and loping basslines. It's sort of disconcerting to hear a former N.W.A rapper trying to position himself as a member of the No Limit posse, but Ren does this fairly well. There are a few weak tracks on Ruthless for Life and all of his ideas are a little shopworn, but it does sound better than another collection of hardcore post-N.W.A hip-hop would have. So, Ruthless for Life does revitalize Ren -- it gives the opportunity to sound like a contemporary rather than a washed-up veteran. And that, in a way, makes it one of his better solo records. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Ruthless for Life MC Ren 4:21
  3. 2 Who in the F*** MC Ren 4:2
  4. 3 N***a Called Ren MC Ren 4:2
  5. 4 Comin' After You MC Ren 4:14
  6. 5 Voyage to Compton MC Ren 4:21
  7. 6 Must Be High MC Ren 3:22
  8. 7 So Whatcha Want MC Ren 4:38
  9. 8 Shot Caller MC Ren 4:19
  10. 9 All the Same MC Ren 3:26
  11. 10 Who Got That Street S*** MC Ren 4:44
  12. 11 Pimpin' Is Free MC Ren 4:13
  13. 12 CPT All Day MC Ren 4:16

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