Addictive Hip Hop Muzick

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Addictive Hip Hop Muzick
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Studio album by Kokane
Released 1991
Recorded 1991
Studio The Edge Recording Studio
Genre West Coast hip hop
Length 57:53
Label
Producer
Kokane chronology
Addictive Hip Hop Muzick
(1991)
Funk Upon a Rhyme
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2/5 stars[1]
RapReviews 7/10 stars[2]

Addictive Hip Hop Muzick is the debut studio album by American recording artist Kokane, and the only one released under his 'Who Am I?' alias. It was released in 1991 through Ruthless Records. Audio production was handled by fellow Above the Law members with executive production by Lay Law and Eazy-E. Dr. Dre served as mixing engineer on this album.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Would You Die 4 Me?" 1:11
2. "Action" 4:55
3. "Inner City Hoodlum" 4:57
4. "Nickel Slick Nigga" 4:50
5. "Meditation" 1:51
6. "Dope Sound Boy" 4:42
7. "Keep The Flavor" 4:38
8. "Brain On Kane" 1:36
9. "Just A Friend" 4:48
10. "Pure Kane Nigga" 4:55
11. "B.O.P. (Big Old Pimp)" 1:21
12. "Pimp Mentality" 5:50
13. "...Business" 5:13
14. "U.S.C.'s Finest" 7:14
Total length: 57:53

Sample credits[4]

  • "Would U Die 4 Me" sampled "After the Dance (Instrumental)" by Marvin Gaye (1976)
  • "Action" sampled "Mission: Impossible Theme" by Lalo Schifrin (1967), "Funky Drummer" by James Brown (1970), "Feel Good" by Fancy (1974) and "No More ?'s" by Eazy-E (1988)
  • "Inner City Hoodlum" sampled "Flow On" by Above the Law (1990)
  • "Nickel Slick Nigga" sampled "Impeach the President" by The Honey Drippers (1973)
  • "Meditation" sampled "Gangster Boogie" by Chicago Gangsters (1975) and "N.T." by Kool & the Gang (1971)
  • "Dope Sound Boy" sampled "Back to Life (Acapella)" by Soul II Soul (1989) and "105 BPM Dopejam" by Simon Harris (1989)
  • "Keep The Flavor" sampled "The Champ" by The Mohawks (1968), "Jungle Boogie" by Kool & the Gang (1973) and "Dazz" by Brick (1976)
  • "Brain On Kane" sampled "Illegal Business" by Boogie Down Productions (1988), "Sa Prize (Part 2)" by N.W.A (1990) and "Sing a Simple Song" by Sly & the Family Stone (1968)
  • "Just A Fiend" sampled "
  • "Pure Kane Nigga" sampled "Kool Is Back" by Funk, Inc. (1971) and "Cramp Your Style" by All the People & Robert Moore (1972)
  • "B.O.P. (Big Old Pimp)" sampled "Freddie's Dead" by Curtis Mayfield (1972)
  • "Pimp Mentality" sampled "Gangsta Gangsta" by N.W.A (1988)
  • "Cocaine Business" sampled "Ironside" by Quincy Jones (1971), "Funky President (People It's Bad)" by James Brown (1974), ""T" Plays It Cool" by Marvin Gaye (1972) and "UFO" by ESG (1981)
  • "U.S.C.'s Finest" sampled "Ashley's Roachclip" by The Soul Searchers (1974) and "Gangsta Gangsta" by N.W.A (1988)

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Addictive Hip Hop Muzick - Who I Am?". Allmusic. Retrieved 12 March 2017. 
  2. ^ Jost, Matthias (13 February 2001). "Kokane :: Addictive Hip Hop Muzick - Who Am I? :: Ruthless Records". RapReviews. Retrieved 12 March 2017. 
  3. ^ "Who Am I? - Addictive Hip Hop Muzick". Discogs. Retrieved 12 March 2017. 
  4. ^ "Who Am I? - WhoSampled". WhoSampled. Retrieved 12 March 2017.