The Fixtape Vol. 4: Under The Influence

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The Fixtape Vol. 4:
Under The Influence
Mixtape by
Released2011
Recorded2010–2011
Genre Midwest rap, Conscious hip hop
Length51:13
Label The Life Entertainment, RBC Records
Krayzie Bone chronology
The Fixtape Vol. 3: Lyrical Paraphernalia
(2010)
The Fixtape Vol. 4:
Under The Influence

(2011)

The Fixtape Vol.4: Under the Influence is a solo mixtape/album by Bone Thugs-n-Harmony member, Krayzie Bone and the fourth in the Fixtape series.

Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."Guess They Don't Know"2:15
2."Explosive"3:57
3."Go Too Hard"3:07
4."Still Ain't Gone Save'em" (featuring Pozition)3:48
5."My Life" (featuring MastaMindz)3:43
6."Stand The Pain"3:41
7."Lost Our Way"3:11
8."Nobody Knows Grandad Remix"4:00
9."Always Something"2:28
10."My Perfect"3:43
11."Smile Grandad Remix"3:38
12."Pop Like Grandad Remix" (featuring Pozition)2:33
13."24/7 The Grinder"5:09
14."Ready 2 Go" (featuring Lil' C. Corleone, Spaz Grizzly, Related Rhymes, Israel Spain, & Lil' Witness)6:05
15."Music"3:18
16."Spread The Love" (featuring Bone Thugs-N-Harmony)4:21
17."Goin Hollywood"3:07
18."We Livin' It!" (featuring The Life Entertainment)7:52

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