Loyal to the Game

Loyal to the Game

by 2Pac

CD

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Product Details

Release Date: 12/14/2004
Label: Amaru / Interscope
UPC: 0075021032910
catalogNumber: 000386102
Rank: 25241

Album Credits

Performance Credits

2Pac   Primary Artist
Luis Resto   Keyboards
Kastro   Track Performer
Steve King   Bass,Guitar

Technical Credits

Elton John   Composer
2Pac   Producer
David Brown   Composer
Anthony Criss   Composer
DJ Quik   Producer
Ronald Isley   Composer
Nicole Johnson   Personal Assistant
Luis Resto   Composer,Producer
Riddler   Producer
Bernie Taupin   Composer
Raphael Saadiq   Composer,Producer
Johnny Jackson   Composer
Randy Walker   Producer
DJ Daryl   Producer
Daryl Anderson   Composer
Gretchen Anderson   Producer
Deon Evans   Composer,Producer
Dido Armstrong   Composer
Afeni Shakur   Executive Producer
Eminem   Producer,Executive Producer
Mark Bates   Composer
Marshall Mathers   Composer
Tony Campana   Engineer
Tyruss Himes   Composer
Curtis Jackson   Composer
Lloyd Banks   Composer
Tupac Shakur   Composer
Red Spyda   Producer
Nicole Frantz   Creative Assistance
TreMayne Maxie   Personal Assistant
Steve King   Composer,Engineer
David Blake   Composer
Scott Storch   Composer,Producer

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Loyal to the Game 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
These new beats are hot and the lyrics are just as tight! He even does shoutouts to Trice and G-Unit!?! I'm definitely buyin this one, gotz ta support his momma! R.I.P. Tupac, and keep da beats comin!
Guest More than 1 year ago
THIS CD IS GOOD. EMINEM DID A GOOD JOB BUT HE SHOULD OF PUT THE OUTLAWS IN THIS CD. AND HE IS ALIVE WAIT TILL HE COMES BACK.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this cd sucks tupac is great but eminem's beats suck sorry em but u have good beats usually but what happened on this cd it's great what he is doing but the beats just aren't pac i still support this cd b/c of pac but em needs to not touch any more tupac tracks afeni should of had the same person that did better days do this cd i understand it will never be like a tupac cd without him helping on beats but get beats that flow with the track
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album was well done by eminem considering that, em and 2pac are two different rappers, but em still kept it to 2pac's style. Some of the beats were good. I fell in love with the whole album. Overall i've been listening to 2pac since i was very young and this album is just as great as the others.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Eminem was the wrong choice to produce this. He's a gifted rapper, but doesn't have a funky bone in his body. (No, not because he's white; John Scofield, white jazz guitarist, is funky as h*ll.) These rhymes needed funky beats--I wonder what the tracks sounded like before Em messed with 'em.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love Tupac Shakur and will Always,Like the albums says he's Loyal To The Game A lengend that made histroy and will be truly missed and never, ever forgotten. I will always suppport him his albums are always tightand always right
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this album. I downloaded the album off the internet, but i'll get the CD the day it comes out. I have been a Tupac fan since the beginning, back in 93. The amazing thing about this album is how 2Pac's lyrics still resonate with millions of people. That is why he was and still is the best rapper of all time. Go out and buy this ablum. It's worth every penny.
Guest More than 1 year ago
To be truthful, i was a bit dissapointed when i began hearin the beats, but hey that's all on eminem, Tupac, like always, drops his lyrics better than anyone else could. There's no competition. G-unit and Trice don't do anything in Tupac's favor either as they are clearly not at Pac's level of thinking and Rappin. Well at least appearances by the outlaws and Big Syke save the album. Clearly not Pac's best album, buut his lyrics are real and shows that if he were alive today, he'd still be down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago