March 22, 1994
Rap, Soundtracks, G-Funk, Hardcore Rap, West Coast Rap

Album Review

The soundtrack Above the Rim is an example of how all soundtracks should sound. Coordinated by Dr. Dre, the record is a virtual catalog of the cutting edge of hip-hop and urban R&B in 1994, featuring stars as well as unknowns that wind up making a big impression. Every artist turns in a first-rate song, but the real attraction of the record is Warren G.'s hit single, "Regulate," which straddles the line between rap and soul with grace and style.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Anything
  2. Old Times' Sake
  3. Part Time Lover
  4. Big Pimpin'
  5. Didn't Mean to Turn You On
  6. Doggie Style
  7. Regulate
  8. Pour Out a Little Liquor
  9. Gonna Give It You Ya
  10. Afro Puffs
  11. Jus So Ya No
  12. Hoochies Need to Love Too
  13. I'm Still in Love With You
  14. Crack 'Em
  15. U Bring da Dog Out
  16. Blowed Away
  17. It's Not Deep Enough
  18. Dogg Pound 4 Life