1998 was an amazing year for No Limit Records. Fiend, Mac, Magic, Soulja Slim and Big Ed all dropped their No Limit debut albums. During the summer of 1998, Kane & Abel released their 2nd album, Am I My Brother’s Keeper? Of course, this is the follow-up to their 7 Sins debut album. If you follow No Limit Records and Kane & Abel, then you know Gangstafied is one of the dopest tracks No Limit has ever released. With the Am I My Brother’s Keeper album, it featured twice as many songs as the 7 Sins joint. Master P, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, Mac, Fiend, Snoop Dogg, Soulja Slim, Mystikal, Mia X, Big Ed and many more appear on the album. With the incredible success of the album, Kane & Abel released only one single, which was Time After Time. It featured Master P and they sampled Cyndi Lauper’s smash hit.
Overall the album is full of bangers that showcased Kane & Abel had skills. Time After Time, This is for My Smokers, Tryin 2 Have Sumthin, Soldier Story, which was a remake of Soulja Story from 2Pac. Ghetto Day, Stress, Watch Me and Call Me When You Need Some. Betta Kill Me, My Hood to Yo Hood, Am I My Brother’s Keeper, Gangstafied Forever, Let’s Go Get Em and I Ain’t Runnin are my favorites. As you see, the album definitely got it shares of hit on it. For all my fellow No Limit fans, add this album to your playlist or stream it below. While you’re at it, peep my No Limit Records playlist.
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