Sprung (soundtrack)

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Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released April 29, 1997
Recorded 1996 - 1997
Genre Hip hop, R&B
Length 75:23
Label Qwest, Warner Bros.
Producer Ski, Marc Kinchen, The Whole 9, Pras Michel, Tony Dofat, Timbaland, Mr. Dalvin, Studio Ton, Minnesota, Quincy Jones, Stanley Clarke
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Sprung (Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture) is a soundtrack to the 1997 comedy film Sprung. It is composed of 17 hip hop and R&B tracks by artists ranging from Canibus to Aaliyah.

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  1. "Who You Wit" by Jay-Z (S. Carter)
  2. "Let Me Know" by Keystone (A. Armer, R. Badazz, M. Kinchen, L. Kinchen, L. Smith)
  3. "Group Home Family" by Canibus, Lost Boyz and Panama P.I. (G. Williams, T. Kelly, Panama P.I.)
  4. "I Don't Know" by Next Level and K-Borne (K-Borne, The Whole 9 (J. Rhone, O. Haynes), M. Richmond, R. Scrivens, M. Stewart, H. Tate, A. Tate, J. Tate)
  5. "Move On (I'm Leaving)" by John Forté and Pras (J. Forté, M. Moir, S. Michel, N. Renee)
  6. "If It Ain't Love" by Keystone (Will Gardner, Tyrone Taylor)
  7. "One in a Million (Remix)" by Aaliyah featuring Ginuwine (M. Elliot, T. Mosley)
  8. "I Still Love You" by Monifah (Big Bub, T. Dofat, Heavy D.)
  9. "Since You've Gone Away (The Lockdown Anthem)" by Bonnie & Clyde (A. Johnson, A. Martin, I. Matias, K. Muchita)
  10. "2 Nite's the Nite" by Mr. Dalvin (D. DeGrate, M. Ferguson)
  11. "Goal Tendin'" by E-40 (E. Stevens)
  12. "Freak" by Money Boss Players (E. Faison, S. Hamilton, A. Hendricks, M. Holt, M. Richardson, B. Tweedy)
  13. "Let's Get It Started" by G-Ratz (J. Calloway, S. Davis, T. Emanuel, J. Gist, A. Smith, J. Walters)
  14. "Bounce" by Noggin Nodders (G. Clinton, B. Collins, P. Laster, C. Maitlin, A. Mouzon, G. Shider)
  15. "Don't Ask My Neighbor" by Tisha Campbell and Tichina Arnold (S. Scarborough)
  16. "The Secret Garden" by Quincy Jones (E. DeBarge, S. Garrett, Q. Jones, R. Temperton)
  17. "I Want Your Love" by Stanley Clarke (S. Clarke, V. Colapietro, N. Dinkens, S. Gonder)