Kill My Landlord

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Kill My Landlord
Studio album by The Coup
Released May 4, 1993
Recorded 1990-1993
Genre Political hip hop, Funk
Length 61:02
Label Wild Pitch/EMI Records
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Producer Boots Riley
The Coup chronology
The EP
(1991)
Kill My Landlord
(1993)
Genocide & Juice
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Kill My Landlord is the debut album by political hip hop group the Coup, released May 4, 1993 on Wild Pitch Records. Group leader Boots Riley provides all production and lead vocals, DJ Pam the Funkstress provides scratches, and E-Roc provides backup vocals. Kill My Landlord features the singles "Not Yet Free," "Dig It," and "Funk". A few of these songs were on the first album "The EP" which was released in 1991.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Producer(s) Performer (s)
1 "Dig It" Boots Riley Boots Riley, E-Roc
2 "Not Yet Free" Boots Riley Boots Riley, E-Roc
3 "Fuck a Perm" Boots Riley Boots Riley
4 "The Coup" Boots Riley Boots Riley
5 "I Know You" Boots Riley Boots Riley, E-Roc
6 "I Ain't the Nigga" Boots Riley Boots Riley, E-Roc
7 "Last Blunt" Boots Riley Boots Riley
8 "Funk" Boots Riley Boots Riley
9 "Liberation of Lonzo Williams" Boots Riley Boots Riley, E-Roc
10 "Pam's Song" Boots Riley DJ Pam the Funkstress
11 "Fo Da Money" Boots Riley Boots Riley, E-Roc
12 "Foul Play" Boots Riley Boots Riley
13 "Kill My Landlord" Boots Riley Elements of Change, Boots Riley, E-Roc

Chart history[edit]

Chart (1993) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 83

References[edit]

  1. ^ Huey, Steve. Kill My Landlord at AllMusic