Alpha and Omega (Bizzy Bone album)

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Alpha and Omega
Studio album by Bizzy Bone
Released October 19, 2004 (2004-10-19)
Recorded 2003-04
Genre Midwest rap
Length 01:08:06
01:11:52 (Re-release)
Label Bungalo/7th Sign Records
Producer Anthony M'Shala Moses, Bizzy Bone, Darrell Johnson, Danny Jones, Paul Chase (music), Brian Llamb, Kevin Rowe, Llan, Kenny McCloud & Gary Greenberg
Bizzy Bone chronology
The Gift
Alpha and Omega
The Beginning And The End
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Alpha and Omega is the third solo album by Bizzy Bone, released on October 19, 2004. "I Understand" was released as a single with a music video. The original copies of the album contained a bonus DVD that showed behind-the-scenes footage of the making of the album.

The album reached number 27 in the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and number 152 in the Billboard 200 chart.[2]

Critical Reception[edit]

Alpha & Omega received generally positive reviews from music critics. David Jeffries of AllMusic gave the album 3.5/5 stars, stating "Although Alpha and Omega is his strongest album yet, it follows a cryptic rule book and requires a lot of effort for non-7th Sign Regime members." Jeffries also stated "Lyrically, this is the best Bizzy Bone album, but the subject matter and numerous references to Bizzy's posse, the 7th Sign Regime, are the dividing line -- hard to follow if you're not a fan, rich with insight if you're down."

Track listing[edit]

  1. "No Intro"
  2. "Not Afraid"
  3. "Died 4 U (feat. Big B)"
  4. "Murdah (feat. Prince Rasu, King Josiah & Capo)"
  5. "Capo (Capo)"
  6. "Tha Streets (feat. Capo & Prince Rasu)"
  7. "My Niggaz (feat. Hollis Jae)"
  8. "Thug World"
  9. "I Understand (feat. Big B)"
  10. "We Play"
  11. "All In Together (feat. Hollis Jae)"
  12. "Everywhere I Go (feat. Big B)"
  13. "Sit Back Relax (feat. Hollis Jae)"
  14. "Better Run, Better Hide"


  1. ^ Alpha and Omega (Bizzy Bone album) at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Alpha and Omega - Bizzy Bone". Billboard. Archived from the original on 27 June 2010. Retrieved 2010-06-27.