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QB FinestOochie Wally

Label:Columbia – 44 79586
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single, Stereo
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Hip Hop
Style:Thug Rap, Gangsta

Tracklist

A1Oochie Wally (Clean Version)
FeaturingBravehearts, Nas
5:00
A2Oochie Wally (Instrumental)
FeaturingBravehearts, Nas
3:54
A3Oochie Wally (Clean A Capella)
FeaturingBravehearts, Nas
3:59
B1Oochie Wally (Dirty Version)
FeaturingBravehearts, Nas
5:00
B2Find Ya Wealth (Clean Version)
FeaturingNas
Recorded ByJake Ninan
3:40
B3Find Ya Wealth (Instrumental)
FeaturingNas
Recorded ByJake Ninan
3:40
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Notes

"Oochie Wally" contains a sample of "Bambooji" performed by Gong
"Find Ya Wealth" contains a sample of "Solstice" performed by Brian Bennett

Taken from the Columbia release Various - Nas & Ill Will Records Presents: QB Finest

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A): XSS-79586A-1A RJ STERLING 1
  • Matrix / Runout (B): XSS-79586B-1B RJ STERLING X 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 098707958618

Other Versions (5 of 18)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Oochie Wally (Remix) (12", Promo)ColumbiaCAS 16518US2000
New Submission
Oochie Wally (12", Promo)Columbiaxpr2717UK2000
New Submission
Oochie Wally (12", Promo)Columbia67097460000Europe2000
New Submission
Oochie Wally The Video (VHS, )Ill Will Records, ColumbianoneUS2000
Recently Edited
Oochie Wally (CD, Maxi-Single, Enhanced)Columbia670974 2Europe2001

Reviews

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phuriphonics
The Oochie Wally instrumental has been immortalised on DJ /rupture's outstanding mix CD 'Gold Teeth Thief'. Intertwined with another Indian sampling hip hop anthem, Missy Elliott's ' Get Ur Freak On', the two tunes combine together into a perfect mix like tuna and mayo or Detroit and techno or beer n' fags.
To be honest though the rest of the EP is fairly average, something that Nas has turned out to be too. If you want my advice stick to the instrumental and mix it up like the man Jace Clayton so you can "Rise to the Top!".