White Van Music

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White Van Music
Studio album by Jake One
Released October 7, 2008
Genre Hip hop
Label Rhymesayers Entertainment
Producer Jake One
Jake One chronology
White Van Music
(2008)
The Stimulus Package
(2010)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
HipHopDX 4/5 stars[1]
RapReviews (8/10)[2]
Okayplayer (75/100)[3]
ThaHipHop 3.5/5 stars[4]
DJBooth 3.5/5 stars[5]

White Van Music is the debut album of hip-hop producer Jake One. The album is entirely produced by Jake One and features appearances by rappers such as Freeway, DOOM, Brother Ali, Young Buck, and co-executive producer and label head Slug.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Performer(s) Sample/Interpolation
1. "I'm Coming" Black Milk, Nottz
2. "Gangsta Boy" M.O.P. "Pusher" by Final Decisions
"When the Levee Breaks" by Led Zeppelin
3. "The Truth" Freeway, Brother Ali "At Night Time" by Johnnie Taylor
4. "Turn It Down" *Interlude*
5. "God Like" D. Black "Prelude to Rose" by Lamont Dozier
6. "Bless the Child" Little Brother "The World is Yours" by Nas
7. "Oh Really" Posdnuos, Slug (rapper)
8. "Hi" *Interlude*
9. "Trap Door" DOOM
10. "Dead Wrong" Young Buck "Triggerman (Drag Rap)" by The Show Boys
11. "Kissin' the Curb" Bishop Lamont, Busta Rhymes "Diamond Studded Eyes" by Bit a Sweet
12. "How We Ride" Freeway "Nights on Broadway" by Bee Gees
13. "White Van" Alchemist, Evidence, Prodigy "Move Me No Mountain" by Love Unlimited
14. "Big Homie Style" J. Pinder, GMK, Spaceman
15. "Scared" Blueprint
16. "Great Sound" *Interlude*
17. "Get 'Er Done" DOOM
18. "Feelin' My Shit" Casual
19. "Soil Raps" Keak da Sneak "Do What He Wants" by Tessie Hill
20. "Glow" Elzhi, Royce da 5'9" "Oh Honey" by Delegation
"Pure Imagination" by Lou Rawls
21. "R.I.P." *Interlude* "I Choose You" by Willie Hutch
"Full Clip" by Gang Starr
22. "Home" Vitamin D, C Note, Maine, Ish "Girl Don't Take Your Love From Me" by Michael Jackson
23.* "Hurt U" (iTunes bonus track) Pharoahe Monch, Kardinal Offishall "Theme from Shaft" by Isaac Hayes

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