415 ‎– 41fivin

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41fivin 5:36
Sniches & B------ 4:45
Niggas Just Jock Me 5:04
415 5:48
Lavish 4:26
Tic Tac (Nic Nac) 1:34
Groupie A-- B---- 4:10
Side Show 3:55
Court In The Street 4:09
Call It What You Want 2 4:28
Ruthless Is Reality 5:50
Smoke Show 6:02

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BLR-003 415 41fivin(LP, Album) Big League Records, Inc. BLR-003 US 1990 Sell This Version
BLCD-003 415 41fivin(CD, Album) Big League Records, Inc. BLCD-003 US 1990 Sell This Version
BLC-003 415 41fivin(Cass, Album) Big League Records, Inc. BLC-003 US 1990 Sell This Version
CDL 57153 415 41fivin(CD, Album, RE) Big League Records, Inc., Priority Records CDL 57153 US 1991 Sell This Version
4XL 57153 415 41fivin(Cass, Album, RE) Big League Records, Inc., Priority Records 4XL 57153 US 1991 Sell This Version
SL 57153 415 41fivin(LP, Album, RE) Big League Records, Inc., Priority Records SL 57153 US 1991 Sell This Version
CDL 57153 415 41fivin(CDr, Album, RE) Big League Records, Inc., Priority Records CDL 57153 US Unknown Sell This Version

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michel_mees

michel_mees

June 24, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
referencing 41fivin, CD, Album, BLCD-003
The extremely rare Big League Records debut release that was released in 1990 and sold locally on the streets of Oakland. It generated quite a buzz which got them their deal with Priority who reissued the album in 1991. The artwork has slight changes; the parental advisory sticker that appears on the '91 versions isn't present, instead there's a small white box with "Explicit Lyrics" written in it in red. The back cover also differs from the reissue and so does the disc.

Richie Rich went on to become one of Oakland's finest and the mentor of a young Tupac Shakur, a careful listener can hear the similarities between Richie Rich and a young 2Pac in both style and wordplay.