East Point's Greatest Hit

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East Point's Greatest Hit
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 23, 1999
Genre Hip hop
Label Interscope [1]
Producer Organized Noize
Professional ratings
Review scores
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RapReviews6/10 [4]
Spin 6/10 [5]

East Point's Greatest Hit is an album by the Dungeon Family member Cool Breeze, released in 1999. [6] Its most successful track was the hit single "Watch for the Hook," featuring various members of the Dungeon Family. [7]


The album peaked at No. 38 on the Billboard 200. [8]

Critical reception

Spin lamented that the beats were "more about lowriding funk than ... futuristic Southern bounce." [5]

Track listing

  1. Ghet To Camelot
  2. Watch For The Hook (Dungeon Family Mix) ft. Goodie Mob, OutKast & Witchdoctor
  3. Good Good
  4. Pop, Pop, Pop (Interlude)
  5. Cre-A-Tine
  6. We Get It Crunk ft. Kurupt
  7. College Parkay (Interlude)
  8. Butta
  9. Hit Man ft. Witchdoctor & Backbone
  10. Black Gangster
  11. Big Rube
  12. The Field ft. Nivea
  13. E.P.G.H.
  14. Tenn Points ft. 8Ball
  15. Weeastpointin' ft. Sleepy Brown
  16. Doin' It In The South
  17. The Calhouns ft. Lucky, Pauly & Brian

All tracks produced by Organized Noize Productions except "Black Gangster" produced by 2 Cold Capone, "E.P.G.H." produced by Mr. DJ, "Doin It In The South" produced by Skinny Miracles from Augusta, GA

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