Manufactured for the Spanish-language market, Non Stop Rap Remix is a bargain-bin mix that's pretty much worthless aside from its profit potential. Granted, it boasts a song featuring Snoop Dogg, but that's about the only worthwhile asset the disc offers consumers, and it's a poor song at that. In fact, this is such a cheap release that it doesn't even spell Snoop's name correctly on its front-cover, bold-font billing! A lot of the songs here feature Down, a Californian Latino rapper who enjoyed a lot of collaborations in his day. Those collabos comprise the bulk of this mix disc, making it seem like a various-artists mix when it's actually more of a Down remix album that happens to feature some name rappers as guests. Those name guests are Snoop, Bad Azz, Kokane, Kam, Suga Free, and Daz, but this isn't an ideal place to hear these guys. Not at all. Not even by a stretch of your imagination. Leave this one in the bargain bin by all means, regardless of price! There are nine and nine-tenths hundred thousand million billion trillion quadrillion quintillion sextillion septillion octillion nonillion decillion undecillion and one better rap CDs out there. Don't waste your time, let alone your money.
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AllMusic Review by Jason Birchmeier