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  • 2Pac ft. Top Dogg - All About U
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    "All About U" is the fourth single by 2Pac off his All Eyez on Me album. The song samples "Candy" by Cameo and features Nate Dogg singing the chorus, with the third and final verse split between Yaki Kadafi and Hussein Fatal, members of Outlawz. Dru Down and Snoop Dogg both have spoken parts in the song, Dru Down in the beginning and Snoop Dogg at the end, though neither raps. In 1998, a version titled "All About U", with an added verse by Top Dogg in the place of Snoop Dogg's spoken part on the original, was included on 2Pac's Greatest Hits album. "All About You" was released as a 12" vinyl single on October 14, 2005 with "Thug Passion" as the b-side. Two music videos were shot for the song. The first was just 2Pac, the second included all the guest artists from the track plus comedian Pierre Edwards. In 2006, fellow West Coast rapper The Game would use Snoop Dogg's outro as his outro for his song "Wouldn't Get Far" which also was heavily inspired by this particular song.
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  • 2Pac ft. Top Dogg - All About U
    by SOLID 8,265 0 0
    "All About U" is the fourth single by 2Pac off his All Eyez on Me album. The song samples "Candy" by Cameo and features Nate Dogg singing the chorus, with the third and final verse split between Yaki Kadafi and Hussein Fatal, members of Outlawz. Dru Down and Snoop Dogg both have spoken parts in the song, Dru Down in the beginning and Snoop Dogg at the end, though neither raps. In 1998, a version titled "All About U", with an added verse by Top Dogg in the place of Snoop Dogg's spoken part on the original, was included on 2Pac's Greatest Hits album. "All About You" was released as a 12" vinyl single on October 14, 2005 with "Thug Passion" as the b-side. Two music videos were shot for the song. The first was just 2Pac, the second included all the guest artists from the track plus comedian Pierre Edwards. In 2006, fellow West Coast rapper The Game would use Snoop Dogg's outro as his outro for his song "Wouldn't Get Far" which also was heavily inspired by this particular song.
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    by SOLID