Johnson&Jonson

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Not to be confused with Johnson & Johnson.
Johnson&Jonson
Studio album by Johnson&Jonson (Blu & Mainframe)
Released September 23, 2008 (2008-09-23) (retail)
Recorded 2006–2008
Genre Underground hip hop
Label Tres Records
Producer Mainframe
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Pitchfork Media (8.4/10)[1]
Rapreviews.com 8.5/10 stars[2]

Johnson&Jonson is a group that consists of rapper Blu and producer Mainframe. They released an album called Johnson&Jonson under Tres Records on September 23, 2008.[3] It consists of soulful loop samples such as "Hold on John" where Blu sheds light on personal struggles. The album was originally named Powders & Oils and had 21 tracks instead of 16. The Powders & Oils mix is expected to be officially released sometime in the future, as well as "Kinda' Busty" 12", "Mama Told Me"/"Hold On John" 12", and "The Only Way/"Half A Knot" 12".

Tracklisting[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "J & J"   4:21
2. "Up All Night"   4:38
3. "Half A Knot"   2:25
4. "Mama Told Me"   2:30
5. "The Gusto Room" (featuring Bobo Lamb aka Jack Johnson) 3:22
6. "Wow!"   3:06
7. "Only Way"   2:25
8. "In the Building" (featuring Miguel Jontel aka Jontel Johnson) 1:51
9. "Bout It, Bout It"   1:55
10. "Spell Check"   3:39
11. "Long Time Gone"   2:46
12. "Still Up All Night" (featuring Co$$ Dollars aka Troy Johnson) 1:24
13. "A Perfect Picture"   3:20
14. "Anything Is Possible" (featuring Gonjasufi aka Magic Johnson) 2:20
15. "The Oath"   2:07
16. "Hold on John" (featuring John Lennon) 3:12

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