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Multikillionaire: The Devil's Contract

Multikillionaire: The Devil's Contract
Released October 1997
Recorded June - August 1997
Genre Midwest hip hop
Label Gothom/Overcore
Natas chronology

Multikillionaire: The Devil's Contract
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allrovi 3/5 stars[1]

Multikillionaire: The Devil's Contract is the fourth album by Natas, released in 1997.

Music and lyrics

Allrovi wrote that the musical style of Multikillionaire: The Devil's Contract is a fusion of "Funkadelic guitar funk and Def Jam-era Rick Rubin-influenced beats".[1] Regarding the album's lyrical content, Allrovi wrote "the group doesn't rely so much on perverse sex, morbid obsessions, or heretical talk but rather attitude here to make their music interesting."[1]


Allrovi reviewer Jason Birchmeier wrote that "This album isn't as realized as WWW.COM, but it's closer than any preceding Natas album."[1]

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Be Careful What U Wish"   2:56
2. "We All Die"   3:16
3. "Nation of Killas"   2:33
4. "Multikillionaire"   3:12
5. "Ballerz Envy"   2:49
6. "Don't Gimme No H.A.N./?"   8:53
7. "Oh My God?"   2:00
8. "The Devil's Contract"   7:39
9. "All My Dogs"   4:11
10. "All Sacrifices Made"   3:49
11. "Walk On Water"   3:24
12. "Trick Masta"   3:02
13. "2breast and 1biscuit"   2:51
14. "All Praises Due"   2:38
15. "E.Z."   3:47
16. "Distortion"   2:47
17. "Last Breath"   2:39
18. "Price On Ya Head"   3:11
19. "Blessed But Cursed"   3:50
20. "Record Deal"   3:19
Total length:


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