Thursday, April 28, 2011


Living in Pacifica, CA in 1997 I obviously listened to a lot of Master P. I was fully committed to No Limit Records and had to buy everything they put out until around the time I stopped wearing LUGZ.

i think most album covers looked like this

I remember thinking it was odd that every kid in my middle school knew how to cook crack because of these records.  I also remember these records being great soundtracks for playing Golden Eye.

Although I'll admit my continued love for this music is partially fueled by nostalgia, I can still push them off on you with complete confidence. 14 years later, I'm still bout it bout it. (Click on the album covers for the DLL. Expect for the TRU record which was just too tru for one link).


Also there's this.


brett said...

You nailed it for me with middle school, Ghetto D, and Goldeneye. I would have to include spending my allowance on $10 bags of shake. It took a few months to learn what a bag of actual marijuana should look like.

SEANFORD said...

man, thats seriously too true. for me it was lunch money. two dollars a day that didn't go to lunch could get that same oregano bag for friday night.

abdul alhazred said...

There was a time when one could see empty Rap Snacks bags blowing through the streets of Philly like tumbleweeds.

Shelby Cobras said...

LOL you said 'LUGZ' when you meant to say 'UGGZ'

Anonymous said...

I just farted!