2 Low Life Muthas

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2 Low Life Muthas
Studio album by Poison Clan
Released August 20, 1990
Recorded 1989−1990
Genre Southern Hip Hop, Dirty Rap, Hardcore Hip Hop, Miami Bass
Length 51:01
Label Luke Records
Producer Mr. Mixx
Poison Clan chronology
2 Low Life Muthas
(1990)
Poisonous Mentality
(1992)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

2 Low Life Muthas is the debut album released by rap group, Poison Clan. It was released on August 20, 1990 for Luke Records and was produced by 2 Live Crew member, Mr. Mixx. The album sold well in the South, but only managed to make it to #42 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Two singles did pretty well on the charts, "The Bitch That I Hate", peaked at #18 on the Hot Rap Singles and "Dance All Night" peaked at #14 on the Hot Rap Singles.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Low Life Mutha Fuckas"   4:32
2. "Spoiled Rotten"   4:40
3. "Jeri Curl"   4:19
4. "The Bitch That I Hate"   4:34
5. "Dance All Night"   4:07
6. "Poison Freestyle" (featuring Brother Marquis and Tony MF Rock) 5:16
7. "Flaugin'"   4:39
8. "Bad Influence"   4:12
9. "You Gets Nothin'"   4:49
10. "The Neighborhood Haps"   2:51
11. "Juveniles"   7:02

Personnel[edit]

  • Mr. Mixx - producer, mixing
  • Sheena Moore - additional vocals
  • Melissa Cooper - additional vocals
  • Michael Sterling - recording engineer, mixing
  • Ron Taylor - recording engineer, mixing
  • Luther Campbell - executive producer
  • Milton Mizell - cover design

Trivia[edit]

The vinyl version of the album can briefly be seen in the 1992 film Juice in the scene in which its four main characters steal records from a record store.

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