Deep Cover (soundtrack)

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Deep Cover
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released April 4, 1992
Recorded November 1991—February 1992
Genre Hip hop, R&B, new jack swing
Length 59:03
Label SOLAR

Deep Cover is the soundtrack to the 1992 film, Deep Cover. It was released on April 4, 1992 through SOLAR Records and consisted of hip hop, Reggae and R&B music. The soundtrack peaked at 166 on the Billboard 200 and 9 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and featured the popular single "Deep Cover" by Dr. Dre and Snoop Doggy Dogg in his first official appearance on a song.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Deep Cover" (Dr. Dre & Snoop Doggy Dogg) C. Wolfe, A. Young, C. Broadus Dr. Dre 4:16
2. "Love or Lust" (Jewell) C. Wolfe, A. Young, E. Borders Dr. Dre 3:34
3. "Down With My Nigga" (Paradise) D. Weldon Rhythum D 4:12
4. "The Sex Is On" (Po', Broke & Lonely?) C. Taylor, M. Lynn, R. Monge Chris "The Glove" Taylor 4:28
5. "The Way (Is In the House)" (Calloway) K. Robertson, R. Calloway, S. Beckham, V. Calloway Reggie Calloway, Cino Calloway 4:25
6. "The Minute You Fall In Love" (3rd Avenue) T. Cardoza, T. Taylor The Characters 5:29
7. "John and Betty's Theme" (Michel Colombier) M. Colombier Michel Colombier 2:31
8. "Mr. Loverman" (Shabba Ranks with Chevelle Franklyn) H. Lindo, M. Bennett, R. Gordon Clifton Dillon, Mike Bennett 3:37
9. "I See Ya Jay" (Ragtime) B. Bashir, J. Scott, T. Brown, T. Smith Bilal Bashir 4:36
10. "Nickel Slick Nigga" (Ko-Kane) E. Birdsong, J. Long, R. Ayers Cold 187um 4:56
11. "Typical Relationship" (Times 3) C. Troy, Valerie Davis, Zach Harmon Christopher Troy, Zach Harmon 4:12
12. "Digits" (The Deele) M. Taylor Dee Bristol, Mark Taylor 4:59
13. "The Sound of One Hand Clapping" (Calloway) Darryle Smith, Vincent Calloway Reggie Calloway, Cino Calloway 3:08
14. "Why You Frontin' On Me" (Emmage) C. Wolfe, E. Borders Collin Wolfe, Eric "The Drunk" Borders 4:52

Cut Tracks[edit]

  1. "It's On"- 3:41 (Lady of Rage & Snoop Doggy Dogg)(Prod. By Dr. Dre)
  • Note: This still remains unreleased and previously was listed on the original tracklisting; however, the song did not make the final cut. There's a rare/ low quality version that leaked on the internet.