Accepted Eclectic

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Accepted Eclectic
Studio album by Aceyalone
Released March 6, 2001
Recorded ?
Genre Hip hop
Label Ground Control Records
Aceyalone chronology
A Book of Human Language
Accepted Eclectic
Hip Hop and the World We Live In

Accepted Eclectic is the third solo album by Los Angeles rapper Aceyalone, released in March 2001. This time around, production duties were handled by seven different producers, whereas Aceyalone's previous album A Book of Human Language was produced entirely by Mumbles. The album was executive produced by Aceyalone himself. Three singles were released from the album – "Rappers Rappers Rappers", "Accepted Eclectic" (with "B-Boy Real McCoy" as the b-side) and "Microphones".

"I Got to Have It Too" is a remake of "I Got to Have It" by Ed O.G. & Da Bulldogs.

In 2010, the album was reissued by Decon Records.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Rappers Rappers Rappers (4:13)
    • Produced by Evidence
  2. Five Feet (4:09)
    • Produced by Fat Jack
  3. Alive (4:04)
    • Produced by Joey Chavez
  4. Hardship (2:55)
    • Produced by Evidence
  5. I Never Knew (4:04)
    • Produced by Joey Chavez & Julian Ware
  6. I Got to Have It Too (3:34)
    • Produced by Fat Jack
  7. Accepted Eclectic (4:38)
    • Produced by Nick Seil
  8. Golden Mic (4:23)
    • Produced by Fat Jack
  9. B-Boy Real McCoy (3:19)
    • Guest vocals by Abstract Rude
    • Produced by Jissm High Definition
  10. Down Right Dirty (4:25)
    • Produced by Evidence
  11. Master Your High (3:37)
    • Produced by Joey Chavez & Julian Ware
  12. Microphones (4:16)
    • Guest vocals by P.E.A.C.E.
    • Produced by Evidence
  13. Serve & Protect (3:49)
    • Produced by Nick Seil
  14. Bounce (3:40)
    • Produced by Nick Seil
  15. I Can't Complain (3:59)
    • Produced by SingLie
  16. Project Blowed (4:15)
    • Produced by Fat Jack


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
allmusic 4.5/5 stars [2] 9/10 stars [3]
  • allmusic - "A strikingly consistent album that's packed with imaginative, smooth-flowing rhymes, and a simple joy in creating them."
  • - "Aceyalone has been accused of being inaccessible by the masses due to beats which emphasize his flow but don't enhance the head-nod. There's no truth to that argument on this release . . . If you appreciate cutting edge rap music which resonates with personal soul and not just more tired cliches about being hard or making money, there's absolutely no reason you shouldn't own this album." Music Vibes: 9 of 10, Lyric Vibes: 9 of 10, TOTAL Vibes: 9 of 10