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Next Friday Original Motion Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Dec 14 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack
  • Label: Priority Records
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • ASIN: B00003CX2J
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #34,488 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. You Can Do It - Ice Cube
2. Chin Check - N.W.A.
3. We Murderers Baby - Vita
4. Hot - Toni Estes
5. Livin It Up - Pharoahe Monch
6. Fried Day - Bizzy Bone
7. I Don't Wanna - Aaliyah
8. Low Income - Wyclef Jean
9. Shaolin Worldwide - Wu-Tang Clan
10. Good Friday - Big Tymers
11. Friday - Krayzie Bone
12. Mamacita - Frost/Kurupt/Soopafly/Don Cisco
13. Make Your Body Sing - Isley Brothers
14. Murder Murder - Eminem
15. Money Stretch - Lil' Zane

Product Description

Friday ~ Next Friday (2000 Film)

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

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Format: Audio CD
This is your run-of-the-mill movie rap soundtrack. This one unites several rappers of multiple styles...there's West Coast, East Coast, Dirty South, and Latino on this CD. Unfortunately, the problem is that many of these tracks simply aren't that good...and yes, you guessed it, the lead single, 'You Can Do It', is the biggest offender. True, I'm very much into hardcore rap, but I still think I'm entitled to expect a bit more considering the caliber of the labels and artists that contributed to this soundtrack.
How the aforementioned Ice Cube track became such a big radio hit is simply beyond me, but the bottom line is that it's wack as hell. Following the commercial failure of 'War and Peace Vol. 1', it's obvious that Ice Cube is trying to leave his gangsta roots for a more mainstream-friendly sound, but it isn't working. After hearing the annoying beat and absolutely HORRIBLE hook featuring Ms. Toi, I quickly hit the fast-forward button.
Fortunately, the album is subsequently helped somewhat by the inclusion of something people have wanted for a long time - a reunion of the World's Most Dangerous Group (TM) in which Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, MC Ren, and Snoop Dogg (substituting for Eazy-E - RIP) proceed to reminisce on their earlier days. 'Chin Check', the new N.W.A. track, succeeds mostly in part due to its very simplicity, but also due to the natural union of the four rappers on the mike. They come off nicely.
There are some other good tracks on this album. The Eminem track 'Murder Murder' is pretty good, although it goes over-the-top more than a few times (remember that this was early-2000, and his style back then was still ultra-shockcore). 'Shaolin Worldwide', a very epic-sounding track by the Wu Tang Clan, is certainly quality although hardly original.
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By jose on Feb. 12 2000
Format: Audio CD
OK This was given to me for christmas by my sister. i havent been bumpin it that much cuz it aint that tight. the good songs are the ice cube, nwa, lil zane, eminem, aaliyah and the ISLEY BROTHERS on the r&b side. with those songs it makes the album worth checkin out, but if you do not like those artists' music then this is not the album for you. this album is just above average for me. i know cube can come better than this. he should've done more tracks himself or let all of the members of nwa come out with a solo song to put on here and get rid of the east coast rappers that do not belong on a west coast album. im not dissin these guys cuz i got almost all of their respective albums. i appreciate their music, but it does not belong on a west coast album. p.s. A MESSAGE TO CUBE cube, i hope your album comes out soon. please put a collaboration song with some of your NWA homies on there. Make it hot and make it a classic like your solo albums and the NWA ALBUMS. make me wanna listen to it like you made us all want to watch FRIDAY over and over again. PEACE OUT
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It's a topic most heads dont like discussing---the dreaded hip-hop soundtrack. But "Next Friday" is actually better than most. "Fried Day" by Bizzy Bone is an amazingly smooth joint reminiscent of "Buddah Lovaz" by Bone Thugs. "Chin Check," the first new NWA track in years, is a great track, but its hard to think of it as NWA with Snoop instead of Eazy. "Shaolin Worldwide" by Wu succeeds, as does "Murder Murder" by Eminem, a track which was originally on his Slim Shady EP. Other decent trax by Pharoahe Monch & Krayzie Bone contribute to the success of the album. The big (and I mean BIG) downfall of this album is the HORRIBLY WACK lead single by Ice Cube, "You Can Do It." As you listen to him chant the chorus "you can do it put your back into it" it makes you wonder what happened to the Cube of the early 90's that we knew and loved.
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This was a cool soundtrack fulled with a various amount of artists. Featuring;Ice Cube, Mack 10 , Ca$h Money, Eminem, KuRupt, Frost,Krayzie &Bizzy Bone,Jarule feat.Vita and more. You Can Do It with Ice Cube Mack 10 and Ms. Toi was a good song on this album. Mamacita featuring Kurupt and more was anothjer tight song to check out. And this album was also the return of the biggest rap group ever. The NWA feat. Snoop and the best song on the album titled Chin Check. The song was blazin hot. All the artist had pretty good songs on this album. This was a cool album for any hip hop fan. It's worth buying. But the first Soundtrack was better than this one I have to admit. This is still a good cd and shouldn't be looked by. Peace out. NO LIMIT 2000
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By "tru-j" on Dec 21 1999
Format: Audio CD
Ice Cube is the man for real. Look at what he has done. Many albums that are bang'n! He brings Too Short out of retirement, in this soudtrack gets N.W.A. back together. What else is there not to respect about him. Then he brings out a HOT sigle that is on fire which is the 1st song on this soundtrack. I mean this man is the realist. Dope movies and all i can't wait to see what he does next. To me Ice Cube is the Millineum Man that just don't stop! He's been in the rap game for years now and can still bring the grade A entertainment. Friday the movie was the bomb now all of a sudden Next Friday is out, and his new album due sometime in 2000! All I can say is respect his mind he's a real hip-hop entertainer!
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