1, 2 Pass It

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"1, 2 Pass It"
Single by D&D All-Stars (Doug E. Fresh, Fat Joe, Jeru the Damaja, KRS-One, Mad Lion and Smif-N-Wessun)
from the album The D&D Project
Released 1995
Format Vinyl, 12"
Recorded 1994
Genre East Coast hip hop
Length 4:54
Label Arista/BMG Records
Producer(s) DJ Premier
Doug E. Fresh chronology
"Summertime"
(1995)
"1, 2 Pass It"
(1995)
"It's On"
(1995)
Fat Joe chronology
"The Shit Is Real"
(1994)
"1, 2 Pass It"
(1995)
"Envy"
(1996)
Jeru the Damaja chronology
"You Can't Stop the Prophet"
(1994)
"1, 2 Pass It"
(1995)
"Ya Playin' Yaself"
(1996)
KRS-One chronology
"Rappaz R. N. Dainja"
(1995)
"1, 2 Pass It"
(1995)
"Can't Stop, Won't Stop"
(1997)
Mad Lion chronology
"Own Destiny"
(1995)
"1, 2 Pass It"
(1995)
"Double Trouble"
(1996)
Smif-N-Wessun chronology
"Wontime"
(1995)
"1, 2 Pass It"
(1995)
"Won on Won"
(1998)

"One, 2, Pass It" is a collaboration song by the one-shot D&D All-Stars, a group consisting of Doug E. Fresh, Fat Joe, Jeru the Damaja, KRS-One, Mad Lion, and Smif-N-Wessun. Produced by DJ Premier, it is the only single from the album The D&D Project. Each emcee gets his own verse, excluding Tek and Steele of Smif-N-Wessun, who share a verse. Lyrics from Fat Joe's verse were later sampled and used in the chorus of Jay-Z's "Bring It On", and Pharoahe Monch's Intro of his album Internal Affairs. A Line from Smif-N-Wessun's verse was used on the chorus of Jay-Z's "So Ghetto," produced by DJ Premier. A line from Jeru's verse was later used on his own song "Scientifical Madness".

Track listing[edit]

A-Side[edit]

  1. "1, 2 Pass Is (Album Version)" (4:54)
  2. "Look Alive (Album Version)" (3:19)
  3. "1, 2 Pass It (Acappella)" (4:29)
  4. "Look Alive (Acappella)" (2:55)

B-Side[edit]

  1. "1, 2 Pass It (Remix)" (4:47)
  2. "1, 2 Pass It (Album Instrumental)" (4:54)
  3. "1, 2 Pass It (Remix Instrumental)" (4:51)
  4. "Look Alive (Instrumental)" (3:19)