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I Want It All

Warren G 10/12/1999


After a disappointing sophomore album that failed to cement his superstar status, Warren G returned to what made him famous -- his production skills -- and for the most part, left the rapping to his many guests. For listeners who haven't kept up with the rapper/producer since his 1994 chart run, I Want It All will sound completely familiar. It's an album of impeccably produced deep-groove G-funk, with tight harmonies anchoring the choruses of highlights like "Gangsta Love" (featuring Kurupt, Nate Dogg, and RBX), "I Want It All" (featuring Mack 10), "You Never Know" (featuring Snoop Dogg, Phats Bossi, and Reel Tight), and "We Got That" (featuring Eve, Drag-On, and Shadow). While scads of guest shots are the norm on hip-hop albums and often grow tiresome, most all of them work on I Want It All simply because Warren G is, above all, a great producer. He knows how to team rappers together and he knows which types of productions best emphasize their delivery talents. Though I Want It All occasionally skirts the borders of hip-hop lite, it's chocked with quality mid-tempo productions and excellent rapping. ~ John Bush
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Intro Warren G 0:37
  3. 2 Gangsta Love Warren G 4:2
  4. 3 Why Oh Why Warren G 4:1
  5. 4 Dollars Make Sense Warren G 4:31
  6. 5 I Want It All Warren G 5:8
  7. 6 Havin' Things Warren G 3:0
  8. 7 You Never Know Warren G 3:44
  9. 8 My Momma (Ola Mae) Warren G 4:33
  10. 9 G-Spot Warren G 5:15
  11. 10 We Got That Warren G 3:45
  12. 11 Dope Beat Warren G 3:19
  13. 12 World Wide Ryders Warren G 3:57
  14. 13 Game Don't Wait Warren G 4:15
  15. 14 If We Give You a Chance Warren G 4:13
  16. 15 I Want It All [Remix] Warren G 4:14
  17. 16 Outro Warren G 1:33

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