Will Rap for Food

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Will Rap for Food
Studio album by CunninLynguists
Released October 30, 2001
Genre Hip hop
Label Urban Aces
Producer Kno, Celph Titled, Deacon
CunninLynguists chronology
Will Rap for Food
(2001)
SouthernUnderground
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
RapReviews.com 8.5/10 stars [1]

Will Rap for Food is the debut album by southern hip hop group, CunninLynguists. It was released by Urban Aces in October 2001. The album was produced mainly by the group's Kno, and most of the vocals are by Deacon (with Kno appearing on most tracks as well) plus a number of guest vocalists. One single, "So Live!", was released via Buds Distribution. The song "Thugged Out Since Cub Scouts" satirizes gangsta rap and rappers claiming to be tough. Will Rap for Food was re-issued by Freschest in 2005.

The album's title is homage to Dr. Dre's music video for "Fuck wit Dre Day", in which a character depicting Dre's then rival, Eazy-E, holds up a sign reading "Will Rap For Food".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Will Rap for Food" (Interlude) 0:26
2. "Lynguistics"   2:28
3. "Mic Like a Memory" (feat. Kory Calico) 4:38
4. "So Live!" (feat. Jayze, Game & Mr. Raw) 3:08
5. "Hey" (Interlude) 0:28
6. "Fukinwichu"   4:51
7. "Ain't No Way" (feat. Anetra & Mr. SOS) 3:58
8. "Missing Children" (feat. Braille) 4:56
9. "Midnight" (Interlude) 0:33
10. "Thugged Out Since Cub Scouts" (feat. J. Bully & Mr. Raw) 3:52
11. "Kno's Diggin" (Interlude) 0:37
12. "Halfanimal"   4:02
13. "Family Ties" (feat. Anetra & Cashmere the Professional) 4:01
14. "Dirty South" (Interlude) 0:34
15. "Mindstate"   3:56
16. "Takin' the Loss" (feat. J. Bully) 5:29
17. "Not Guilty"   3:39
18. "616 Rewind" (feat. Celph Titled, Kashal-Tee, Sankofa, and Tonedeff) 4:16
  • All tracks produced by Kno, except for track 4 by Celph Titled and track 18 by Deacon and Kno.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Will Rap for Food review RapReviews.com.