We Come Strapped

We Come Strapped

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We Come Strapped

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We Come Strapped is the debut album by American rapper MC Eiht, released July 19, 1994 on Epic Street. It was produced by MC Eiht and DJ Slip of Compton's Most Wanted. It peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at number 5 on the Billboard 200. The album features guest performances by Spice 1 and Redman.

Along with singles, music videos were produced for the songs, "All for the Money" and "Geez Make the Hood Go Round"


The raw lyrical content of the album gained Eiht the notorious "Double-Sticker" on the front cover of the LP. The sticker read "The lyrical content on this album solely expressed the views of the artist".Weisel, Al. "". Rolling Stone: August 8, 1994. In other words this was a way that Epic/Sony, Eiht's label at the time, could avoid any back-lashings from the public and they won't have to take responsibility for the outcome. Eiht's harsh delivery and cocky attitude are what draws the listener into every track. This is also the album where Eiht begins to produce, hense forming "EIHTHYPE Productions" with himself, long-time beat-maker DJ Slip, with William Zimmerman, "Willie Z", on the keyboard. We Come Strapped has a lot of dark-beats, but all the beats on the album have a funky rhythm, especially the hit single...
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