|Studio album by Buju Banton|
June 8, 1993 (re-release)
|Genre||Dancehall reggae, reggaefusion|
|Length||53:35 (original release)
|Label||Penthouse Records (original release)
Fader/PolyGram Records (re-release)
|Buju Banton chronology|
Mr. Mention is the second album by Jamaican dancehall reggae artist Buju Banton, released in 1992 (see 1992 in music). When Banton signed with Mercury Records in 1993, PolyGram purchased the rights to the album and re-released it through Mercury's independently distributed Fader Records imprint with three fewer tracks and an explicit-lyrics sticker affixed to the album cover. The song "Batty Rider" appears in the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas video game soundtrack, on the fictitious radio station K-Jah West.
- "Batty Rider"
- "Love How the Gal-Dem Flex"
- "Love Black Woman"
- "Look How You Sweet"
- "Woman No Fret"
- "Have to Get You Tonight"
- "Love Me Brownin'"
- "Buju Movin'"
- "Who Say" (with Beres Hammond)
- "The Grudge"*
- "How the World a Run"
- "Buju Love You to the Max"*
- "Man Fe Dead"*
- "Bonafide Love" (with Wayne Wonder)
*These tracks were not included on the Fader/PolyGram Records version of the album.
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