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Album Review

Perseverance in hip-hop tends not to pay off when you start strong and can't maintain momentum the second time out. Unlike a lot of other rap artists who debuted with a big single during the '90s, Do or Die did not fall off the face of the earth. They didn't dissolve after a second LP, either. They've remained active since 1996's "Po Pimp," building a catalog of albums that has been snapped up by a core following, despite only three charting singles to their credit. The group's sixth album, D.O.D., marks a move from Rap-A-Lot to The Legion, a new label with major distribution. The recent successes of fellow Chicagoans Kanye West, group collaborator Twista, and Shawnna (all of whom make appearances here) have possibly spurred renewed industry support for the group, evidenced by the not-exactly-cheap roster of producers on board for this album. They get some of the best beats to work with since their debut, provided by West, Scott Storch, DJ Quik, No I.D., and longtime collaborator Traxster. The result is both the hardest and one of the most soul-drenched albums they've released to date, and it's also one of their best. And if this happened to be a debut, rather than a fine release from some veterans associated with an eight-year-old hit, it would probably receive a just amount of attention.

Customer Reviews

total chill music

D.O.D. is total chill music. this is music u can just vibe 2. not only that but they r decent lyricists. They are mainly promoted by twista, but they've bee around for awhile. i don't kno if itunes will get mad at me for saying this but this is music 2 smoke 2. There is no way around the fact that do or die is weed music. i highly suggest that u buy this cd. u won't regret it

Do or Die

I love their music, it's everything a rap artist or group should be without all the pretense a lotta rappers put on these days. I only wishIitunes didn't have most of their music in the chooped & screwed and just had the originals that everybody likes and wants. Nobody likes the chopped & screwed version. We want the originals.


D.O.D is a great album...i had never heard of do or die before but i just came up on a song of theirs and checked out their album....a veryy good album


Formed: 1995 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Chicago's Do or Die gained a hit with their first single, Po Pimp. Released on a tiny Chicago label, the track became a local hit and sparked the group's signing by Houston's Rap-A-Lot Records. Given a wide release in the summer of 1996, the single hit number 22, increasing the buzz for a full-length from the group. In September of that year, Picture This was released on Rap-A-Lot. Do or Die returned to action in the spring of 1998, releasing their second album, Headz or Tailz. Victory followed two...
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