R U Still Down? (Remember Me) [Explicit Lyrics]

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Shortly after 2Pac died, there were rumors that hundreds of unreleased songs remained in the vaults; a mere two months after his death, the first posthumous record, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, appeared. Death Row released the record, and shortly afterward, 2Pac's mother, Afeni Shakur, gained the rights to all of his unreleased recordings from both the Interscope and Death Row labels. She founded the Amaru label and released the double-disc R U Still Down? Remember Me in late 1997. Culled from 2Pac's unreleased Interscope recordings between 1992 and 1994, including several tracks that have had backing musical tracks "reconstructed," R U Still Down? ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Shortly after 2Pac died, there were rumors that hundreds of unreleased songs remained in the vaults; a mere two months after his death, the first posthumous record, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, appeared. Death Row released the record, and shortly afterward, 2Pac's mother, Afeni Shakur, gained the rights to all of his unreleased recordings from both the Interscope and Death Row labels. She founded the Amaru label and released the double-disc R U Still Down? Remember Me in late 1997. Culled from 2Pac's unreleased Interscope recordings between 1992 and 1994, including several tracks that have had backing musical tracks "reconstructed," R U Still Down? doesn't have the aura of exploitation that haunts the Makaveli album. For the most part, Shakur sounds good, spinning out rhymes that are alternately clever or startling, although he eventually begins repeating himself. As for the music itself, it's pretty much standard-issue gangsta rap that never deviates from the course. There are enough hidden gems to make R U Still Down? worthwhile for hardcore 2Pac fans.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/25/1997
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • UPC: 012414162823
  • Catalog Number: 41628
  • Sales rank: 34,893

Album Credits

Performance Credits
2Pac Primary Artist, Vocals
Darrell Crooks Guitar
Michael Mosley Keyboards
Ricky Rouse Bass, Guitar, Keyboards
Y.N.V. Background Vocals
Brycyn "Juvie" Evans Keyboards
Cool Russell Vocals
Crystall Background Vocals
Dave the Black Angel Vocals
Technical Credits
Def Jef Producer
Live Squad Producer
Warren G Producer
2Pac Producer
Paul Arnold Remixing
Josh Chervokas Engineer
Michael Denten Engineer
Brian Gardner Mastering
Bill Malina Digital Editing
Manny Marroquin Engineer
Bob Morse Engineer
Soulshock Arranger, Producer
Roger Composer
Karlin Arranger, Producer
Laylaw Producer
Akshun Producer
Michael Mosley Producer, drum programming
Chris Rosser Producer
Johnny J Producer
Greg Fidelman Digital Editing
Ricky Rouse Producer
Tim Nitz Engineer
Tommy "D" Daugherty Programming, Engineer
DJ Daryl Producer
QDIII Producer, Engineer
Khalid A. Hafiz Producer
Levant Marcus Producer
Conrad Rosser Producer
Anthony Jenkins Engineer
Afeni Shakur Executive Producer
Liam Ward Art Direction
Quimmy Quim Producer
Lisa Smith-Putnam Executive Producer
Choo Producer
Evren Cooknar Engineer
Ramiro Fauve Paintings
Tupac Shakur Composer
Michael Calderone Engineer
Tony "D" Pizarro Composer, Producer, Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    To Damn ILL

    This album is hard like all of Pac's stuff. God rest his soul, he was the realest rapper ever, and there will never be someone else like him. I wish I could of met him once b4 his death to thank him for all his music. Like all of his other albums this one hits hard, with its main focus being on his gansta life and what to watch out for. The songs that are my favorites (I still love all the songs on this album) on this are "Do For Love" "16 On Death Row" "Im Losin' It" and "Hold on Be Strong".

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