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Conflicts and Confusion

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Released  April 8, 1997
Length  42:59
Conflicts & Confusion (1997)  Still at Large (1998)
Release date  8 April 1997
Recorded  1996–1997
Producer  T-Mix, E-A-Ski & CMT
Artist  Crime Boss
Label  Suavehouse
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Genres  Hip hop music, Gangsta rap, Southern hip hop, G-funk
Southern hip hop albums  All in the Game, Still at Large, Anotha Day Anotha B, Wicked Wayz, On the Outside Looking In

Conflicts & Confusion is the second album by Crime Boss.

Contents

Released on April 8, 1997 through Suave House and Relativity Records, Conflicts & Confusion easily became Crime Boss' most successful album, peaking at 25 on the Billboard 200. Production was handled by T-Mix and the production duo E-A-Ski and CMT. "Please Stop" was released as a single and had a music video shot for it, but it failed to reach any Billboard charts.

Track listing

  1. "Intro"- 2:04
  2. "Conflicts and Confusion"- 2:44
  3. "No Friends"- 3:13
  4. "Chemical Imbalance"- 3:36 ft 8ball
  5. "Warning"- 3:50 ft MJG
  6. "Back to the Streets"- 4:11
  7. "Life Is Crying"- 5:02 ft NOLA
  8. "What Does It Mean to Be a Real Crime Boss"- 3:07
  9. "Close Range"- 3:17
  10. "Please Stop"- 2:55
  11. "Get up in Your Ass"- :42
  12. "Death Notes"- 4:23 ft Fedz
  13. "Get Mine"- 3:56 Thorough of SCircle, OC of the Fedz

Songs

1Intro2:04
2Conflicts & Confusion2:44
3No Friends3:13

References

Conflicts & Confusion Wikipedia


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