Can't Sell Dope Forever

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Can't Sell Dope Forever
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Mixtape by
Released25 July 2006 [1]
Genre Hip hop
Label Affluent Records
dead prez chronology
Get Free or Die Tryin' (Turn off the Radio, Vol. 2)
Can't Sell Dope Forever
Pulse of the People (Turn off the Radio, Vol. 3)
Outlawz chronology
Outlaw 4 Life: 2005 A.P.
Can't Sell Dope Forever
We Want In: The Street LP
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic Star full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar half.svgStar empty.svg [2]
IGN 7.7/10 [3]
PopMatters 7/10 [1]
RapReviews8.5/10 [4]
XXL 2/5 (M) [5]

Can't Sell Dope Forever is a collaborative mixtape by American hip hop groups dead prez and Outlawz. It was released in 2006 through Affluent Records. Production was handled by both of dead prez members and M-1, and Outlawz member E.D.I. Mean, as well as Chuck P, Eddie Coldfingers, New Muzik and Tai Rotan. It features guest appearances from Chae, Erica Fox, Layzie Bone, Malachi, Messy Marv, Scott Lo, and's mother Ms. Nora. The album did not reach the Billboard 200, however, it peaked at number 99 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart in the United States.


Track listing

1."Intro" 0:04
2."1nation" (featuring Stormey) 2:43
3."Can't Sell Dope Forever" (featuring Stormey) E.D.I. Mean 4:01
4."Like a Window"stic.man4:05
5."Surroundings" (Skit) 0:17
6."Thuggin' on the Blokkk" (featuring Stormey)E.D.I. Mean4:16
7."U Ain't the Only 1" (featuring Messy Marv) M-1 4:46
8."Searchin'" (featuring Stormey, Scott Lo and Erica Fox)
  • Chuck P
  • Eddie Coldfingers
9."Dedication" (Skit) 0:07
10."Fork in the Road" (featuring Stormey and Malachi)
  • E.D.I. Mean
  • New Muzik
11."Believe" (featuring Ms. Nora)stic.man2:52
12."WRBG" (Skit) 0:05
13."Holdin' On" (featuring Chae and Stormey)stic.man4:17
14."Came-Up" (featuring Layzie Bone)Tai Rotan3:14
Total length:39:20


Chart (2006)Peak
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) [6] 99

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