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EP by Cage
Released July 29, 2003
Genre Underground hip hop
Length 28:10
Label Eastern Conference
Producer Cage
Camu Tao
DJ Mighty Mi
Cage chronology
I Never Knew You

Weatherproof is the debut EP by American hip hop artist Cage. It was released on Eastern Conference Records on July 29, 2003. It was released between his two collaboration albums with Camu Tao (Nighthawks) (2002) and Tame One (Waterworld) (2004) and features guest appearances from both.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro"
  2. "Summer in Hell"
  3. "Leak Bros."
  4. "Come to Daddy"
  5. "Underground Rapstar"
    • Produced by Emz
  6. "Haterama"
    • Produced by Sebb
  7. "Weather People"
  8. "Fresh Out the Morgue"
  9. "Too Much (Remix)"

Extra Information[edit]

  • "Weather People" uses the theme music from Suspiria.
  • "Haterama" is part one of a set of disses against Boston rapper Esoteric.
  • "Summer In Hell" was referred to by Daryl Palumbo on one of the many Head Automatica demos from 2004.
  • A verse from "Underground Rapstar" was first used on the Weathermen Mixtape entitled "The Conspiracy", on the track "Every Rapper in the House Shut the Fuck Up".

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