We Come Strapped
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Studio album by MC Eiht featuring CMW

Released

July 19, 1994

Recorded

June 1993 - March 1994

Studio

X-Factor Studios
(Long Beach, California)

Genre(s)

Hip hop, G-funk, West Coast hip hop, Gangsta rap

Length

55:44

Label

Epic Street

Producer(s)

DJ Slip, MC Eiht (also exec.), Ric Roc

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We Come Strapped is the debut solo studio album by American rapper MC Eiht, released in July 19, 1994 on Epic Street. Recording sessions took place at X-Factor Studios in Long Beach, California from June 1993 to March 1994. Production was handled primarily by Compton's Most Wanted members: MC Eiht and DJ Slip themselves, with the exception of one track produced by Ric Roc. It features guest appearances by Spice 1 and Redman.

The album peaked at #5 on the Billboard 200, and #1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts in the United States, and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on September 29, 1994. It had been MC Eiht's most successful album to date.

We Come Strapped spawned the two singles and music videos created for the songs: "All for the Money" and "Geez Make the 'Hood Go Round".


Track listing[edit | edit source]

All songs produced by MC Eiht and DJ Slip, except for "Compton Bomb", produced by Ric Roc.

No. TItle Performer(s) Time
1. "Niggaz That Kill (Endolude)" MC Eiht 2:32
2. "Def Wish III (Intro)" - 0:57
3. "Def Wish III" MC Eiht 4:23
4. "Take 2 With Me" MC Eiht 4:44
5. "All for the Money" MC Eiht 4:08
7. "N!*#az Make the 'Hood Go Round" MC Eiht 4:09
8. "Nuthin' But High (Endolude)" - 3:26
9. "We Come Strapped" MC Eiht 4:08
10. "Can I Still Kill It" MC Eiht 3:40
11. "Goin' Out Like Geez" MC Eiht 4:39
12. "Nuthin' But the Gangsta" MC Eiht, Spice 1, Redman 5:13
13. "Hard Times" MC Eiht 4:08
14. "Compton Bomb" MC Eiht 5:11
15. "2 tha Westside (Endolude)" - 3:32
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