Ain't a Damn Thing Changed
|Ain't a Damn Thing Changed|
|Studio album by Nice & Smooth|
|Released||September 3, 1991|
CK 47373 (North America)
Little Louie Vega
|Nice & Smooth chronology|
Ain't a Damn Thing Changed is the second album from the East Coast hip-hop duo Nice & Smooth.
Released on Def Jam Recordings sub-label RAL Records, it became more successful than its first album, Nice & Smooth, with the stand-out track "Sometimes I Rhyme Slow" becoming a minor hit. With fewer explicit lyrics and more comedy, the group also showed its talent with other singles such as "How to Flow," "Cake and Eat it, Too," and "Hip Hop Junkies." However, the version of the latter track was not the version that was used in the music video.
- "Cake and Eat it, Too"
- "Down the Line" (ft. Asu, Bas Blasta, Gang Starr, Melo T. & Preacher Earl)
- "Sometimes I Rhyme Slow" (produced by Nice & Smooth)
- "Sex, Sex, Sex"
- "How to Flow"
- "Hip-Hop Junkies" (produced by Nice & Smooth )
- "One, Two, and One More Makes Three"
- "Pump it Up"
- "Step by Step"
- "Sometimes I Rhyme Slow"
- "Fast Car" by Tracy Chapman
- "Hip-Hop Junkies"
- "I Think I Love You" by David Cassidy
- "Down The Line"
- "How To Flow"
- "One, Two and One More Makes Three"
- "Grazing in the Grass" by Hugh Masekela
- "Pump It Up"
- "Sex, Sex, Sex,"
- "Step By Step"
- "The Streetbeater (Theme From Sanford and Son)" by Quincy Jones
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