Mack Daddy

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Mack Daddy
Studio album by Sir Mix-a-Lot
Released February 4, 1992
Recorded 1991
Genre Hip hop
Length 60:12
Label Def American
Producer Sir Mix-a-Lot, Rick Rubin, Nate Fox, Strange
Sir Mix-a-Lot chronology
Seminar
(1989)
Mack Daddy
(1992)
Chief Boot Knocka
(1994)
Singles from Mack Daddy
  1. "One Time's Got No Case"
    Released: November 21, 1991 [1]
  2. "Baby Got Back"
    Released: February 27, 1992 [2]
  3. "Swap Meet Louie"
    Released: August 4, 1992 [3]
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars [1]
Entertainment Weekly B [2]
Q 3/5 stars [3]
Robert Christgau (neither) [4]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars [5]
Sir Mix-a-Lot's "Baby Got Back" from Mack Daddy

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Mack Daddy is the third album by Sir Mix-a-Lot, and his first album with a Parental Advisory label. It was released on February 4, 1992, on Def American Recordings. The album is particularly notable for the hit single "Baby Got Back."

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Sir Mix-a-Lot, except where noted.

  1. "One Time's Got No Case" 4:17 (Mix-a-Lot, Wonder)
  2. "Mack Daddy" 4:22
  3. "Baby Got Back" 4:22
  4. "Swap Meet Louie" 4:31
  5. "Seattle Ain't Bullshittin'" 5:33
  6. "Lockjaw" 4:19
  7. "The Boss Is Back" 4:15
  8. "Testarossa" 5:08
  9. "A Rapper's Reputation" 5:02
  10. "Sprung on the Cat" 4:30
  11. "The Jack Back" 4:56 (Mix-a-Lot, Wicked One)
  12. "I'm Your New God" 4:43
  13. "No Holds Barred" 4:05 (Mix-a-Lot, Slave)

Samples[edit]

One Time's Got No Case

Baby Got Back

Lockjaw

A Rapper's Reputation

The Jack Back

No Holds Barred

Personnel[edit]

  • Sir Mix-a-Lot: Vocals, Keyboards, Drum Programming
  • Michael Powers: Guitars On Tracks 2, 4, & 12
  • Punish: Scratching On Track 6
  • Amy Dorsey: Female Vocals On Tracks 3 & 4
  • The Wicked One: Additional Vocals On Track 11

Production[edit]

  • Executive Producer: Rick Rubin
  • Arranged By Sir Mix-a-Lot
  • Produced By Sir Mix-a-Lot & Rick Rubin, with co-production by Nate Fox (tracks 1 & 7) and Strange (tracks 8-10 & 12)
  • Engineered & Mixed By Sir Mix-a-Lot

References[edit]