Kollage (album)

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Kollage
Studio album by Bahamadia
Released March 19, 1996
Recorded 1994-1996
Firehouse Studio, D&D Studio and Battery Studio, New York, New York.
Genre Jazz Rap, Alternative hip hop
Label Chrysalis/EMI Records
7243 8 35484 2 2
F2-35484
Producer DJ Premier, Da Beatminerz, Guru
Bahamadia chronology
Kollage
(1996)
BB Queen
(2000)
Singles from Kollage
  1. "3 Tha Hard Way"
    Released: 1996
  2. "Uknowhowwedo"
    Released: 1996
  3. "True Honey Buns (Dat Freak Shit)"
  4. "Total Wreck"
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Kollage is Bahamadia's debut solo album, which was released in 1996. Its lead single, “3 Tha Hard Way,” was produced by DJ Premier. The album peaked at number 126 in its first week of release.[2]

Track listing[edit]

# Name Producer(s) Featured Guest(s) Time
1 "Intro" DJ Premier 0:50
2 "WordPlay" Guru 3:17
3 "Spontaneity" Da Beatminerz 4:08
4 "Rugged Ruff" DJ Premier 3:08
5 "Interlude" DJ Premier 0:29
6 "I Confess" N.O. Joe 4:06
7 "Uknowhowwedu" Ski & DJ Redhanded 3:35
8 "Interlude" Da Beatminerz 1:07
9 "Total Wreck" Guru 3:26
10 "Innovation" Da Beatminerz 3:23
11 "Da Jawn" The Roots The Roots 5:19
12 "Interlude" Da Beatminerz 1:05
13 "True Honey Buns (Dat Freak Shit)" DJ Premier 3:41
14 "3 The Hard Way" DJ Premier K-Swift & Mecca Starr 4:12
15 "Biggest Part Of Me" N.O. Joe 4:51

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Personnel[edit]

  • Bahamadia, Lil' Cess, P.A.N., Redhanded, Ski, Nou, K. Williams, K. Akins (vocals)
  • Base Corey "Funky Fingers" Stoot (guitar, bass)
  • N.O. Joe, JoJo (keyboards)
  • Preston "P-Funk" Middleton (bass)
  • X-Cetra, Karen Bernod (background vocals)
  • DJ Premier, Guru, Da Beatminerz, N.O. Joe, SKI, Redhanded, The Roots (production)
  • Carlos Bess, Karyn Walsh, Eddie Sancho, Joe Quinde, Tim Latham (engineers)

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