Til My Casket Drops

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Til My Casket Drops
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Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 24, 1998
Recorded1997–1998
Genre West Coast hip hop, Gangsta rap, G-funk [1]
Length74:47
Label AWOL Records, Noo Trybe Records
Producer BC, C-Bo, DJ Daryl, Femi, Freddie "T" Smith (exec.), JT the Bigga Figga, Mike Mosley, One Drop Scott, Rick Rock
C-Bo chronology
One Life 2 Live
(1997)
Til My Casket Drops
(1998)
The Final Chapter
(1999)
Singles from Til My Casket Drops
  1. "Money by the Ton"
    Released: January 31, 1998
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Til My Casket Drops is the fourth studio album by American rapper C-Bo, released February 24, 1998, on AWOL Records. The album was produced by C-Bo, DJ Daryl, Mike Mosley, B.C., One Drop Scott and Rick Rock. It peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at number 41 on the Billboard 200. [2] Along with a single, a music video was produced for the song "Money by the Ton" featuring Mississippi. The song peaked at #8 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, making it both C-bo and Mississippi's only charting single to date. [3] The album features guest performances by Spice 1, E-40, Big Syke, Outlawz and X-Raided, as well as labelmates Killa Tay and Lunasicc. Mob Figaz made their first appearance on the album.

Contents

West Coast Mafia Records, C-Bo's own label, reissued Til My Casket Drops in 2002.

Track listing

  1. "Ride Til' We Die" (featuring 151 & Mob Figaz) - 4:31
  2. "Deadly Game" - 4:55
  3. "Major Pain & Mr. Bossalini" (featuring Spice 1) - 4:30
  4. "Money by the Ton" (featuring Mississippi) - 4:08
  5. "40 & C-Bo" (featuring E-40) - 3:49
  6. "Hard Labor" (featuring Outlawz & Big Lurch) - 4:31
  7. "Raised In Hell" (featuring Big Syke) - 4:22
  8. "Can We All Ball" (featuring Killa Tay & JT the Bigga Figga) - 3:43
  9. "Desperado Outlaws" - 4:31
  10. "Real Niggas" (featuring Mob Figaz) - 4:31
  11. "Professional Ballers" (featuring Marvaless, Pizzo, Mac Mall, JT the Bigga Figga & Killa Tay) - 4:22
  12. "Big Gangsta" (featuring Laroo, Lil Bo & Mob Figaz) - 5:31
  13. "All I Ever Wanted" (featuring Lunasicc & 151) - 4:37
  14. "Boo Yow!" - 3:51
  15. "No Pain No Gain" (featuring Lunasicc & Laroo) - 4:38
  16. "Til My Casket Drops" - 4:12
  17. "357" - 4:05

Chart history

Chart (1998) [2] Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200 41
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 4

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