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By Carly from FCBBcSUe on 12/11/2011 4:12:49 AM
I don't know who you wrote this for but you hepled a brother out.
By Veljko from dNobdzLlN2O on 11/28/2015 11:22:26 PM
I copped this mitapxe from a place called Barry's music in Indianapolis in the fall of '98 or the winter of '99 (my senior year of high school)It was so non-descript with NO Dj name, or picture on the cover just he UGK logo and the big azz 'Trill Azz Mixes'. I just remember it looking really cheap and bootleggish just like the Makaveli bootlegs of the same time (Man, this memories really make me miss those days). I remember this CD and a mitapxe entitled 'There's No Limit Vol. 1' (mixed by DJ LJ) that was popping around this same time It featured "Weed & Hennessy", which was akin to the unreleased "Top Notch Hoes" on TAM. Anyone know where "Weed & Hennessy" came from?Also, if I'm not mistaken, wasn't there a Trill Azz Mixes Pt. 2? I remember it NOT living up to this first one. It was one of, if not the biggest mitapxe in the midwest at the time. Hell, I didn't even know who the DJ was who mixed it it was so damn underground! And back then you couldn't even google who the DJ was or search for their myspace. That really, really added to the allure!Man I miss those days!Also, I believe "Top Notch Hoes" was a two part song that was blended together it's actually two songs. When it switches into "Deep in the Game" that's actually a song that Pimp did with West Coast emcee Meen Green. At least I think so.