Nu-Mixx Klazzics

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Nu-Mixx Klazzics is a remix album by American rapper 2Pac, released in 2003 under Death Row Records and Koch Records. The album includes several songs from All Eyez on Me and The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory , with remixed instrumentals and new guest vocals from artists such as Crooked I (replacing Snoop Dogg on the "2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted" remix), Aaron Hall, K-Ci & JoJo, and Danny Boy. Nu-Mixx Klazzics was generally disliked by critics upon its release. [1] The remixes were criticized for being another[ clarification needed ] Death Row 'cash in' featuring low quality versions of the original tracks. [2] No singles or videos were released from the project. It sold 700,000 copies.[ citation needed ]


Track listing

Nu-Mixx Klazzics track listing
1."2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted" (featuring Crooked I)3:53
2."How Do You Want It" (featuring K-Ci & JoJo)5:02
3."Hail Mary" (featuring Outlawz)5:20
4."Life Goes On"4:58
5."All Eyez on Me" (featuring Big Syke)4:51
6."Heartz of Men"4:38
7."Toss It Up" (featuring Danny Boy, K-Ci & JoJo & Aaron Hall)4:49
8."Hit 'Em Up" (featuring Outlawz)4:16
9."Never Had a Friend Like Me"4:06
10."Ambitionz Az a Ridah"4:21
Total length:54:27



Chart performance for Nu-Mixx Klazzics
Chart (2003)Peak
Australian Albums (ARIA) [3] 85
US Billboard 200 [4] 15
US Independent Albums (Billboard) [5] 2
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) [6] 5

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