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Nine - Quinine album mp3

Nine - Quinine album mp3

Performer: Nine
Title: Quinine
Released: 2009
Style: Thug Rap, Gangsta, Grime, Ragga HipHop
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 512
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Quinine is the third studio album released by rapper, Nine. It was released both digitally and on CD on April 9, 2009, (the only difference being that the CD version included a bonus track entitled "U Don't Want That") with Nine serving as an executive producer as well as writing and arranging all the tracks on the album. It is his first album in 13 years, his last effort being 1996's Cloud 9. "What's Done Is Done"- 3:06.

Nine - Quinine Album Lyrics. 1. Gimme My Money Lyrics. Nine Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.

Quinine is the third studio album released by rapper, Nine. It was released both digitally and on CD on April 9, 2009, (the only difference being that the CD version included a bonus track entitled "U Don't Want That") with Nine serving as an executive producer as well as writing and arranging all the tracks on the album, it is his first album in 13 years, his last effort being. After Nine joined the Snowgoons on their album entitled "Goon Bap" in 2016, they have been talking about new music and decided to move forward on a collaboration album. In February 2018, Nine and Snowgoons announcing a new studio album for summer 2018.

King is the fourth studio album by rapper Nine. The album will be released digitally and on CD and on September 9, 2018. The whole album was produced by the German production team Snowgoons. The album features appearances by New York City rappers: Conway The Machine, Kool G Rap, Smoothe Da Hustler, Ruste Juxx and Chris Rivers. It’s Nine first album in 9 years, his last effort being 2009’s Quinine.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 What's Done Is Done 3:06
2 Bionic 3:52
3 Furious 3:01
4 Hip Hop 4:04
5 Gimme My Money 3:24
6 Red Light Green Light 4:08
7 Shotgun 2:39
8 Homicide
Featuring – Vendetta
4:00
9 Yes 3:30
10 Glock 9 3:14
11 Quinine 3:29
12 Push 3:08
13 He Got A Problem 3:52
CD Only Bonus Track
14 Bonus Track U Don’t Want That 3:35

Credits

  • Artwork By – Bing Ink
  • Executive Producer – “Joey” Josip Strnad
  • Executive Producer, Arranged By, Written By – D. Keyes*
  • Producer – Hiram Abiff (tracks: 3 to 6, 8, 10), Hushh Productions (tracks: 2, 9, 11 to 13), Mike Loc (tracks: 1), Nance Nickles* (tracks: 7)
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – The GrandMixer D.X.T.*

Notes

All Songs Recorded & Mixed at Orange Sound Studios, New Jersey.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 884502 037425


Reviews (2)
Opilar
Between Cloud 9 and now, he seems to have lost his way, lost what he was about, his energy, his substance. The beats sound generic, plastic, and with no remnants of hip-hop beats and more reminiscent of today's shit-hop with 80's hi-hats and bass thuds that sound like they came from a synthesizer. How can you preach hip-hop without the DJ or the producer that knows how to make the same type of cuts and samples that made your previous albums what they were? The song "Hip-Hop" itself is a mockery to Hip-Hop culture, but at the same time a message to black culture, which are not the same thing (and he knows that). What was once a self-expressive rap-artist at some point turned into what I really hoped wouldn't happen: out for money and mass appeal. I can almost hear the producer who cut this telling Nine that he "Needs to put a new-age spin to his rhymes, 'cause this ain't the 90's no more..." Well, if Nine was ever really what he used to sing about, he'd stick to what made him great to begin with and what makes people go back to his first two albums over and over again. Otherwise, "Keep it Real" was just a saying with nothing behind it just like this piss poor album.

Xarcondre
I was disappointed after the first listening, but after the 2nd and 3rd time its gets better and better. The album had definite more ups than downs. Against the generic opinion i like this more than 1999. This one is closed to a "Must Have" (4 Starz) but tracks like Bionic, Gimme My Money, Yes or Push avoid that rate.

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