Kurupt Gets Down and Dirty
Hip Hop artist, Kurupt keeps the underground faithful. After appearing on such classic albums as the "Murder Was The Case" Soundtrack, "Doggystyle," "All Eyez On Me," and his group effort "Dogg Food" with long time co-conspirator Daz Dillinger, Kurupt set a high bar for West Coast verbal assassins.
Praised by both 2pac and Biggie, Kurupt kept the politics at bay always moving forward releasing four solo albums between 1998 and 2005. The tracks on "Down and Dirty" were recorded in 2002 and 2003 during "Tha Row Era".
This collection includes 17 rare recordings and 4 never before released tracks including collaborations with Kokane, Danny Boy, and Petey Pablo affirming that Kurupt's talent and influence is undeniable.
There is only one Kurupt and he has proven over the last two decades to be not only a survivor but undeniably one of the most important hip hop artists of our time. Don't be left out. The first hit single off this album is "Stalkin"
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