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  1. Gokree Reply

    It was released on November 14, for Big Boy Records and was produced by Leroy "Precise" Edwards with David "D-Funk" Faulk on guitar, bass, keyboards/synths, etc. The album did not make it to any charts, but Fiend would find greater success two years later when he signed with No Limit Records/5(6).

  2. Tesho Reply

    Mar 24,  · From the album Street Life No limit landpiddfarcchodatingsataseditersemp.xyzinfoctured and Distributed by Priority Records. Produced by Beats By The Pound.

  3. Domuro Reply

    Mar 14,  · Label: No Limit Records - 18,Priority Records - 18 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Bass Music, Gangsta, Hardcore Hip-Hop Fiend - Street Life (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(2).

  4. Kazrall Reply

    Street Life, an Album by Fiend. Released 6 July on No Limit (catalog no. P2 ; CD). Genres: Dirty South, Southern Hip Hop.

  5. Vijind Reply

    May 08,  · Fiend also enlists the help of Twista and another No Limit escapee- Big Ed (who takes a few punches at the old colonel, Master P). Overall the album won't disappoint any try Fiend fan. I kind of like this album more than Mystikal's album. The only reason I give it 3 stars is the lack of better beats and the awful album cover4/5(6).

  6. Dit Reply

    List of albums, with selected chart positions Title Album details Peak chart positions US US R&B; Dat's How It Happen to'M (with Three 6 Mafia as Da Headbussaz): Released: October 15,

  7. Dulabar Reply

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Q-Pack CD release of Street Life on Discogs. Label: No Limit Records - P2 • Format: CD Album Q-Pack • /5(17).

  8. Kasar Reply

    Fiend Format: Audio Cassette. out of 5 stars 24 ratings. Street life by fiend is good music to listen to this was one of many no limit artist that actually delivered hit records. Street Life is an album that surprised me! It is nothing like it was expected to be. Fiend is so much on the hip-hop level that I almost forgot that he is /5(24).

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