Smoke DZA x Pete Rock ‎– Don't Smoke Rock

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Babygrande ‎– IHI-CD-557, RFC Music Group ‎– IHI-CD-557
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1 Intro 1:16
2 Limitless
Featuring – Dave East
4:23
3 Black Superhero Car
Featuring – Rick Ross
3:32
4 Hold The Drums
Featuring – Royce Da 5'9"
5:16
5 Moving Weight Pt.1
Featuring – Cam'ron, Nymlo
5:07
6 Wild 100s 3:38
7 Last Name 3:52
8 1 Of 1 2:17
9 Milestone
Featuring – BJ The Chicago Kid, Jadakiss, Styles P
4:19
10 Show Off
Featuring – Wale
4:05
11 Dusk 2 Dusk
Featuring – Big K.R.I.T., Dom Kennedy (2), theMIND
4:15
12 I Ain't Scared 1:57
13 Until Then
Featuring – Mac Miller
5:29

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  • Barcode (Printed): 8 58958 00557 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 858958005574

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BBG-LP-1087 Smoke DZA x Pete Rock Smoke DZA x Pete Rock - Don't Smoke Rock(LP, Album, Ltd, Tur) Babygrande BBG-LP-1087 US 2018 Sell This Version
IHIVINYL557 Smoke DZA x Pete Rock Smoke DZA x Pete Rock - Don't Smoke Rock(2xLP, Album, Unofficial, Pin) Babygrande IHIVINYL557 US 2017 Sell This Version
BBG-LP-1089 Smoke DZA x Pete Rock Smoke DZA x Pete Rock - Don't Smoke Rock Instrumentals(LP, Album, Ltd, Tur) Babygrande BBG-LP-1089 US 2019 Sell This Version
BBG-LP-1087 Smoke DZA x Pete Rock Smoke DZA x Pete Rock - Don't Smoke Rock(LP, Album, RE) Babygrande BBG-LP-1087 US 2018 Sell This Version
BBG-LP-1089 Smoke DZA x Pete Rock Smoke DZA x Pete Rock - Don't Smoke Rock Instrumentals(LP, Album, Yel) Babygrande BBG-LP-1089 US 2019 Sell This Version

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R.Hubatsch

R.Hubatsch

April 15, 2018
do not understand all these comments here about the way of production and how good he was once and apparently should not be anymore?! I'm a big fan of dza and with this album, two have come together so well together and the beats go so well with dza! I'm surprised that this album is not on vinyl?!
keepitvinyl

keepitvinyl

July 4, 2017
edited over 3 years ago
Pete Rock no longer believes in his own statement he made cussing the new age.. seems like he tried to appease the audience he was dissing last year on Twitter?? Or maybe he's confused with where to go next?
humanagain

humanagain

December 16, 2016
I like SD and am obviuosly a long time PR fan and would have him in my top 10 producers of all time.
You know what to expect with SD and thats what you get but The problem with this album is Pete's production sounds like an average beatmaker from about 10 years ago. There's nothing here that stands out. It's all bland.