AKA the Rugged Child
|AKA the Rugged Child|
|Studio album by Shyheim|
|Released||April 19, 1994|
(New York, New York)
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AKA the Rugged Child is the debut album of American rapper Shyheim. it was released on April 19, 1994, by Virgin/EMI Records. A Wu-Tang Clan affiliate, he was 14 years old when the album was released. the album was released on the same day as Nas' debut album Illmatic.
|1||Here Come the Hits||RNS||3:40|
|2||On and On||RNS||June Luva and Milk D||3:48|
|3||Pass It Off||RNS||Rubbabandz, Down Low Recka, and K-Tez||4:00|
|4||Never Say Never (Interlude)||RNS||0:28|
|5||One's 4 Da Money||RNS||3:33|
|6||Here I Am||RNS||Down Low Recka||2:53|
|7||Move It Over Here||RNS||Pop Da Brown Hornet||4:11|
|9||You the Man||RNS||Down Low Recka||3:35|
|11||The Rugged Onez||RNS||June Luva, Prophet, and Quasi||4:52|
|13||4 The Headpiece (Interlude)||RNS||2:02|
|14||Party's Goin' On||RNS||3:43|
|15||Shouts on the Outs||RNS||1:26|
- "Here Come the Hits"
- "On and On"
- "Opus Pocus" by Jaco Pastorius
- "Pass It Off"
- "One's 4 Da Money"
- "Here I Am"
- "Pain" by The Ohio Players
- "You the Man"
- "No Matter What Shape (Your Stomach's In)" by Booker T. & the M.G.'s
- "The Rugged Onez"
- "Party's Goin' On"
- "After Laughter (Come Tears)" by Wendy Rene
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