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From The .99 Bin: DJ Cash Money – Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner?

by Eric on July 1, 2010

I just picked this up at Hastings, brand spankin’ new for .99 and it’s damn near the best .99 ever spent. Anyway, I originally picked this up on cassette back in 96′ in Carlisle, Pa. somewhere near the War College and I played the hell outta’ this tape from the minute I popped it in the Jeep. Of course, everyone knows that this is DJ Cash Money of the late 80′s duo Cash Money & Marvelous and at the time of this release he was actually a DJ on WKiss FM outta’ Philly. I don’t know if this was just a local release or what the deal was, being that it was released on a little known label called Spoiled Brat Recordings(?). If you look at the track listing below you’ll see just how dope this mix CD really is. I’d even go as far as to say that this is probably….no, without a doubt my favorite mix CD of all time!! Pick this one up folks, I’m actually excited to post this for your consumption…that’s just how dope it is!!  Hit the jump for more…

Track Listing

1. Intro – DJ Cash Money, DJ Cash Money
2. Realness – Group Home
3. I Shot Ya [Remix] – LL Cool J
4. Real Live Shot – K-Def,
5. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner – DJ Cash Money, DJ Cash Money
6. Commercial – DJ Cash Money, DJ Cash Money
7. Set It Off
8. In Check – Busta Rhymes
9. Station Break: Recognize & Realize – Big Noyd
10. Incarcerated Scarfaces
11. Who Dat? – All City
12. Up Against the Wall – Group Home
13. Where Ya From Cash? – DJ Cash Money, DJ Cash Money
14. Commercial – DJ Cash Money, DJ Cash Money
15. Cold World – The Genius
16. Insane Creation – Jamal
17. Funny How Time Flies
18. Introducing Nima – DJ Cash Money, DJ Cash Money

DJ Cash Money-”Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner?”

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{ 2 comments }

Nathan Smart July 1, 2010 at 4:06 pm

oh wow, I haven’t thought about this tape in so long – can’t wait to hear it again!

Travis July 1, 2010 at 9:35 pm

Shit, I more shocked that hastings still has anything decent in the .99 cent bin, the last time I went there, they wanted 9.00 bucks for an used copy of the Ron Artest CD

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