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Ms. Tee - Female Baller mp3

Ms. Tee - Female Baller mp3 Performer: Ms. Tee
Title: Female Baller
Style: Gangsta, Bounce, Contemporary R&B
Category: Hip-hop & Rap
Date of release: 1996
Country: US
Label: Cash Money Records
Catalog number: CMR-9608
Size MP3: 1681 mb
Size FLAC: 2865 mb
Rating: 4.8

Tracklist

1Intro1:50
2Cheezy What Cheezy Who5:05
3Much Love3:27
4If He Don't Trick3:58
5U Ain't Right2:56
6Smokin Urb (Free Your Mind)4:04
7Wine Cooler3:58
8I Like It (Mannie Fresh Style)4:09
9I Like It (Radio)4:08
10Niggaz (Dime Or Dozen)3:26
11Bring It Home 2 Me
Featuring – BG'z, Kilo-G, Tec-9
5:03
12Creep'n4:21

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CMR-9608Ms. Tee Female Baller ‎(Cass, Album)Cash Money RecordsCMR-9608US1996

Credits

  • Artwork [Uncredited], Design [Uncredited]Pen & Pixel Graphics
  • Coordinator [Production Coordinator]O. Del
  • Executive-ProducerRonald Williams
  • Executive-Producer, Management, Coordinator [Production]Bryan Williams
  • ManagementBig Money Management, Kevin KC Gray, Rufus Thomas
  • Photography ByJerome Matthews, Sr.
  • Producer, Engineer, Engineer [Assistant Engineer], Mixed By, Coordinator [Production Coordinator]Manny Fresh

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Printed): 7 51434-9608-2 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 751434960827
  • Matrix / Runout: L385 7424 CMR9608 C80323-11 A
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI6100
  • Rights Society: BMI

Companies

  • Record Company – Cash Money Records
  • Manufactured By – Cash Money Records
  • Distributed By – Cash Money Records
  • Published By – Money Mack Music
  • Recorded At – Manny Fresh Studios

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User reviews
Goldendragon
One of the best releases that Cash Money had in the 90's. Ms Tee was ahead of her time in her flow and delivery. Her ability to switch between rapper and singer was so unique and done so well her success seemed inevitable. This album also boasts one of the best diss songs that I have ever heard. Her take down of then rival Cheeky Blakk was on the same level of Ice Cube's No Vaseline. Creepin' is the albums best song, Ms Tee comes on the upbeat Manny Fresh track with a scathing lyrical beat down of men who do not take care of their children and are constantly in the streets 'Creepin'. Overall this album stands the test of time, and Ms. Tee should go down as a Cash Money legend who put the label in front of an audience that it would have never reached otherwise. We can only hope that Ms. Tee will grace up with more of her uniqueness, and hopefully she will receive the props she deserves. John Reed