Make no bones about it, Naughty By Nature has a knack of bringing street intellect to the pop charts with raw-edged but still accessible East Coast rap. Long before the bling bling of the '90s ushered in a new era, Naughty By Nature stood tall atop the pack with machine-gun snares and heavy kick drums perfect for your stereo or party. While this greatest-hits compilation is nowhere as strong as 1999's Nature's Finest greatest-hits compilation, it does include selections from 2002's IIcons release (replacing cult hit "Clap Yo' Hands" in the process). Track inclusions/omissions aside, this is still a solid greatest-hits package and a wonderful testament to one of the East Coast's most lethal hip-hop groups.
Review by Rob Theakston
|2||Uptown Anthem [From Juice]||3:05|
|3||Everything's Gonna Be Alright||4:51|
|4||Guard Your Grill||5:03|
|5||Wickedest Man Alive||4:20|
|6||Everyday All Day||5:41|
|7||1, 2, 3||4:44|
|8||Yoke the Joker||5:13|
|9||Hip Hop Hooray||4:23|
|10||Written on Ya Kitten||4:22|
|11||It's On [Kay Gee Remix]||3:05|
|12||Poor Man's Poetry [From Poor Man's Poetry]||2:59|
|13||Feel Me Flow||3:33|
|15||Mourn You Til I Join You [From Ride]||5:18|
|16||Dirt All by My Lonely||3:15|
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