Baldhead Slick & da Click

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Baldhead Slick & da Click
Studio album by Guru
Released September 25, 2001
Recorded 2000-2001
Genre Jazz rap
Length 68:56
Label Landspeed
Producer Biggest Gord, DJ Premier, Agallah, DJ Yutaka, Guru, E-Boogie, P.F. Cuttin', Adam West, Ayatollah, Divine, Pete Rock, G-Flexx, Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind, Alchemist, J-Love, DJ Spinna, Smitty, The Committee, DJ Roach
Guru chronology
Guru's Jazzmatazz, Vol. 3: Streetsoul
(2000)
Baldhead Slick & da Click
(2001)
Version 7.0: The Street Scriptures
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
allmusic 1.5/5 stars[1]

Baldhead Slick & da Click, the 2001 release from American rapper Guru is his first solo recording outside his Jazzmatazz series of albums.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Where's Our Money?!" – 3:23 (Prod. by Biggest Gord)
  2. "Back 2 Back" (featuring Mendoughza) – 2:59 (Prod. by DJ Premier)
  3. "Rollin' Dolo" (featuring Ed OG, Big Shug and Krumbsnatcha) – 3:56
  4. "No Surviving" – 3:31 (Prod. By DJ Yutaka and Guru)
  5. "Underground Connections (featuring Ice-T and Suspectz) – 4:31 (Prod. by E-Boogie)
  6. "Niggaz Know" (featuring Treach, Kaeson and Gold D) – 4:03 (Prod. by P.F. Cuttin')
  7. "In Here" (featuring Timbo King, Killah Priest and Black Jesus) (Prod. by The Alchemist) – 4:34
  8. "The Come Up" (featuring Kapital Gainz and Kreem.Com) – 3:39 (Prod. by Adam West)
  9. "Cry" – 3:31 (prod. by Ayatollah)
  10. "O.G. Talk" (featuring Tef and Don Parmazhane) – 4:08 (Prod. By Divine)
  11. "Pimp Shit" (featuring Kaeson and Kreem.Com) – 4:56 (Prod. by Pete Rock)
  12. "Never Ending Saga" (featuring Lae D-Trigga and Bless) – 4:19 (Prod. by Guru and G-Flexx)
  13. "War Tactics" (featuring New Child, James Gotti and Hussein Fatal) – 4:26 (Prod. by Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind)
  14. "Collectin' Props" (featuring Killa Kaine, Mr. Moe and Pete Powers) – 3:24 (Prod. by The Alchemist)
  15. "Revolutionist" (featuring Squala Orphan and Blick Street) – 3:37 (Prod. by J-Love)
  16. "No Grease" (featuring Mendoughza, New Child and Lae D-Trigga) – 3:37 (Prod. by DJ Spinna)
  17. "How You Gonna Be a Killa?" (featuring Smitty) – 3:31 (Prod. by Smitty)
  18. "Stay Outta My Face" (featuring Big Shug and H.Stax) – 2:50 (Prod. by The Committee)
  19. "The Anthem" – 3:01 (Prod. by DJ Roach)

Personnel[edit]

  • Agallah - Producer
  • The Alchemist - Producer
  • Ayatolla - Producer
  • Big Shug - Performer
  • Black Jesus - Performer
  • Bless - Performer
  • Committee - Producer
  • DJ Premier - Producer
  • DJ Roach - Producer
  • DJ Spinna - Producer
  • DJ Yutaka - Producer, Engineer
  • Ice-T - Performer
  • Killah Priest - Performer
  • Krumbsnatcha - Performer
  • Pete Rock - Producer
  • Eddie Sancho - Engineer, Mixing
  • Jamey Staub - Engineer, Mixing
  • TEF - Performer
  • Dexter Thibou - Assistant Engineer
  • Timbo King - Performer
  • Treach - Performer
  • Adam West - Producer
  • Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind - Producer

Samples Used[edit]

Parts of U-God's and Inspectah Deck's verse of Wu-Tang Clan's Da Mystery of Chessboxin' are used in No Surviving.

References[edit]