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This song from the late ODB's debut solo album Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version is a memorable one, and Ol' Dirt Dog was one of the craziest members of the Killa Beez. He was infamous for his unpredictable behavior and run-ins with the law. Most people were unsure as to whether or not ODB was suffering from mental illness, or just really, really high.

The intro to the 2002 Lil Wayne song Way of Life contains the line "Cash Money", which interpolates the chorus to this song and refers to Wayne's record company at the time; it uses the Dennis Edwards sample as well.

Conspiracy was a commercial success and received mixed critical reviews. Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic wrote "Considering Ready to Die was one of the seminal hip-hop releases of the early '90s, Conspiracy could have been an inspired, enjoyable sequel; instead, it's a fitfully successful replication of the earlier record's strengths." [4]

Every December Billboard publishes a chart listing the year's top songs based on their cumulative chart performance in the United States. The number of songs listed on the chart varied in the early years before becoming a top 100 chart in 1956. View a list of the top 100 hit songs in the US in 1995 and listen to a short countdown medley of the top 25 below.

"I'll put it like this: Adam and Eve, from the bible, were running around the Garden of Eden naked. They didn't know they were naked until they ate the food of knowledge; Some interpret that as the first time they had sex. They were naked all this time. That's what happened when I really first heard her sing it. I became aware. I remember standing on the stage, playing the keys and she sung the first line. I was like, 'Oh my God. That's what that is?' I felt that each time, but there are moments [where] it was more heightened then others."

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