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Title - ‘NOW That’s What I Call Music: 2000’s Hip-Hop’
Artist - Various

For those not in the know, the just-released ‘NOW That’s What I Call Music! 2000’s Hip-Hop’ presents an all-star 18-track lineup of Hip-Hop hits from the 00’s.

Including on this stand out release of 2022 is DMX with “Party Up,” Lil Wayne featuring Static Major on “Lollipop,” Nelly’s “Hot in Herre,” OutKast and there smooth “Ms. Jackson,” Snoop Dogg featuring Pharell Williams on “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and oh-so many more!

1. Hot In Herre [Nelly]
2. Party Up [DMX]
3. Lean Back [Terror Squad feat. Fat Joe & Remy]
4. Shake Ya Ass (Radio Edit) [Mystikal]
5. Ms. Jackson (Radio Mix) [Outkast]
6. Crank That (Soulja Boy) [Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em]
7. Day ‘n’ Night [Kid Cudi]
8. Drop It Like It’s Hot [Snoop Dogg]
9. Ridin’ [Chamillionaire feat. Krayzie Bone]
10. Lollopop [Lil’ Wayne feat. Static Major]
11. This Is Why I’m Hot (Blackout Remix) [Mims]
12. Because I Got High (Afrolicious) [Afroman]
13. Rollout (My Business) [Ludacris]
14. Stay Fly [Three 6 Mafia feat. Young Buck and Eightball & MJG]
15. Get Low [Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz feat. Ying Yang Twins]
16. Let Me Blow Ya Mind [Eve feat. Gwen Stefani]
17. Always On Time [Ja Rule feat. Ashanti]
18. The Light [Common]

This free-flowing work of musical art opens on the infectious, smooth rap and hip hop beats of Nelly’s Hot In Herre and the euphoric dancefloor blaster Party Up [DMX] and backs those up nicely with the eternal classic Lean Back [Terror Squad feat. Fat Joe & Remy], the hugely underrated (IMHO) Mystikal with Shake Ya Ass (Radio Edit), the BigBoi and Andre masterpiece Ms. Jackson (Radio Mix), and then we get the song that allowed Soulja Boy to break the internet Crank That (Soulja Boy) [Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em], and the mind-freeing Day ‘n’ Night by Kid Cudi.

Along next comes one of the sickest beats of that year/decade, Snoop Dogg’s Drop It Like It’s Hot and the frenetic raps and beats of Ridin’ [Chamillionaire feat. Krayzie Bone], and they are in turn followed by the legendary and unforgettable Lollopop [Lil’ Wayne feat. Static Major], a song will always stand the test of time This Is Why I’m Hot (Blackout Remix) [Mims], the Scooby-Doo lyrics of Because I Got High (Afrolicious) [Afroman], and the we get the notable style and flow of Ludacris on his Rollout (My Business).

Continuing onward and we next get given the absolutely banging Stay Fly [Three 6 Mafia feat. Young Buck and Eightball & MJG], the crazy energy of the absolute top notch dancefloor smash Get Low [Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz feat. Ying Yang Twins], the perfection of both production and vocal of Let Me Blow Ya Mind [Eve feat. Gwen Stefani], this absolutely blistering new compilation rounding out on the pure hip-hop vibe of Always On Time [Ja Rule feat. Ashanti; the latter highly underrated, IMHO], closing on a track whose music genre could change a generation, The Light from Common.

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