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COTTON MIX: No Limit vs. Cash Money Mix Pt. 2 (4.23.14)


SOUNDCLOUD LINK: https://soundcloud.com/djcottonhere/no-limit-vs-cash-money-throwback-mix-pt-2-42314

The eternal debate. Which one from New Orleans is better: No Limit Records or Cash Money Records? Well, here’s part two of a dope mix to help you try to figure out the answer. Comment with #NLvsCMRmix and/or vote below for which one you think won round two.

  1. Master P On BET Rap City 1997
  2. Slow Motion – Juvenile feat. Soulja Slim
  3. Let’s Get Em – Master P feat. Mystikal
  4. Uptown Thang (Remix Hot) – BG
  5. Man Right Chea – Mystikal
  6. Drag Em N Tha River – UNLV
  7. Set It Off – Juvenile
  8. We Don’t Love Em – Mac
  9. **** You – Lil Wayne
  10. No Limit Soldiers – TRU
  11. Go DJ – Lil Wayne
  12. Break Em Off Somethin – Master P feat. Pimp C
  13. BM Jr. – Lil Wayne
  14. Bout It Bout It – TRU feat. Mia X
  15. Project Chick – Hot Boys & Big Timers


COTTON MIX: No Limit vs. Cash Money Mix Pt. 1 (4.23.14)


SOUNDCLOUD LINK: https://soundcloud.com/djcottonhere/no-limit-vs-cash-money-mix-pt-1-42314

The eternal debate. Which one from New Orleans is better: No Limit Records or Cash Money Records? Well, here’s a dope mix to help you try to figure out the answer. Part two coming. Comment with #NLvsCMRmix for which one you
thing won round one.

  1. Cash Money on BET Rap City 1999
  2. Bling Bling – BG feat. Hot Boys & Big Tymers
  3. Rock It – Master P feat. Krazy & 5th Ward Weebie
  4. Back That Azz Up – Juvenile feat. Mannie Fresh & Lil Wayne
  5. I Always Feel Like – TRU
  6. I Need A Hot Girl – Hot Boys feat. Big Tymers
  7. Down For My N’s – C-Murder feat. Magic
  8. Juvenile On Fire – Juvenile
  9. How Ya Do Dat – Young Bleed feat. Master P
  10. Cash Money Is An Army – BG
  11. Rich N___az – Juvenile feat. Lil Wayne
  12. Where You From – Skull Duggery feat. Master P
  13. The Block Is Hot – Lil Wayne feat. Juvenile & BG
  14. Make Em Say Ugh – Master P feat. Fiend
  15. Don’t Cha Be Greedy – UNLV
  16. Wobble Wobble – 504 Boyz

DJ COTTON MIX: Soulja Life Mentality (Raw Rap Vol. 1)


1. Master P – The Ghetto Won’ t Change
2. Master P – Things Ain’t What They Used To Be
3. Fiend feat Master P – Take My Pain
4. TRU – Final Ride
5. Kane & Able feat. Master P – Gangstsfied
6. Soulja Slim – Soulja 4 Life
7. Mystikal feat Master P & Silkk The Shocker – Ghetto Child
8. Silkk The Shocker feat Fiend – If I Don’t Gotta
9. Mac feat Fiend & Silkk The Shocker – Be All You Can Be
10. Steady Mobb’n feat Master P – If I Could Change
11. Master P feat Skull Duggery – My Ghetto Heroes


This series is all about reality music with content. Who better to start off with than No Limit?

CLASSIC VIDEO: Lil Soldiers – “Where Da Lil Soldiers At” (1998)

“I’m ya favorite lil snack after you take ya nap”

Who remembers this lol? I never knew they had a video for this.  They used to play this at the junior high basketball games.  I had alot of No Limi albums but I did NOT have this one or the basketball one lol.

And just in case some of ya’ll wanted to relive your childhood and download their album…

Lil Soldiers – “Boot Camp”


MEMORIAL DAY CLASSIC CUT: Master P – “Ghetto Heroes” (1996)


“My ghetto heroes: I watch em live fast…I watch em die slow”

I listen to this song every single Memorial Day and think of all the people I knew that either got killed or locked up, especially due to the drug game.  This P’s best song

Most n****s might think I’m crazy when I tell em this  

But you know what, most n****s look up to like Presidents,

N****s thats in sports, all this type of ish as heroes.
They might look at Muhammed Ali, Sugar Ray Leanord, Mike Tyson, but me…
Air Jordan ain’t no hero G, my heroes is n****s in the ghetto that slang D.”

Like it or not, the neighborhood superstars are who we always looked up to as youth. They were the coolest cats around and seemed to be living the life. While they lead destructive lifestyles, you can’t deny it’s appealing to a yungin who only sees the balling. And like P says in this song, “most of em died over drug money.” And P names over 40 “ghetto heroes” he knew that were either dead or locked up.

“Prisons and graveyards are full of boys who wore the crown” – Vison
“The point is they wore it” – Marlo Stanfield

My favorite part of this is at the end when P gives a warning to all the yungins who are wanting to jump in the game to be the next ghetto hero.

“And yall other n****s thats still livin
That wanna be a hero but can’t be givin
Yo life up for these streets
But this goin out to my homies out there slangin D
That still hustlin in the game tryin to make it
But yall n****s better realize you cant fake it
You either in or out aint no halfway in
Cuz when you die in the end you go to the pen”

While we like to romanticize ghetto heroes, P also gives the chilling fact about ghetto heroes:

“Don’t end up being a ghetto hero, a statistic. Cause one you gone…you gone. And heroes…sometimes they end up being zeroes”