Eve | Scorpion

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Postby Benjamin » Fri Nov 03, 2017 8:03 pm


1. Intro
2. Cowboy
3. Who's That Girl?
4. Let Me Blow Ya Mind (ft. Gwen Stefani)
5. 3 Way - skit - (ft. Erex & Stevie J)
6. You Had Me, You Lost Me
7. Got What You Need (ft. Drag-On & Swizz Beatz)
8. Frontin' - skit -
9. Gangsta Bitches (ft. Da Brat & Trina)
10. That's What It Is (ft. Styles P)
11. Scream Double R (ft. DMX)
12. Thug In The Street
13. No, No, No (ft. Damian Marley & Stephen Marley)
14. You Ain't Gettin' None (ft. Drag-On & The LOX)
15. Life Is So Hard (ft. Teena Marie)
16. Be Me (ft. Mashonda)
Released: March 6, 2001.
Singles: 1. Who's That Girl? 2. Let Me Blow Ya Mind 3. Got What U Need (promo single)

Eve's 'Scorpion' album is one of my favourite rap albums of all time. She really delivered. The two official singles are classics. Still, after 16 years, 'Who's That Girl' is a dance floor filler. It's such a tune.

She followed up 'Scorpion' with 'Eve-Olution' a year later. Although I really liked the latter, I wish she extended the 'Scorpion' era with the release of an official third/fourth single. 'You had Me, You Lost Me' and 'Gangsta Bitches' deserved to be singles.
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Postby Goldmoney » Fri Nov 03, 2017 8:06 pm

Nothing short of perfect. In my top 10 femcee albums ever! 8-)
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Postby Gravity » Fri Nov 03, 2017 8:24 pm

Let Me Blow Ya Mind will forever be my anthem <3
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Postby DOSSOME » Mon Nov 06, 2017 2:56 am

Who's That Girl was pretty huge too.. I love this album
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Postby ludichris » Mon Nov 06, 2017 11:17 am

Life Is So Hard is a true gem of her entire discography and the song I enjoyed the most on this. What amazing lyrics.
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