Adventures in Emceein

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Adventures in Emceein
Studio album by KRS-One
Released February 19, 2008[1][2]
Recorded 2006-2007
Genre Hip hop
Label Echo-Vista
KRS-One chronology
Hip Hop Lives
Adventures in Emceein
Maximum Strength
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link
RapReviews (7/10) link
HipHopRapCityCute 3.5/5 stars

Adventures in Emceein is the ninth album by rapper KRS-One, following his collaboration with producer Marley Marl on Hip-Hop Lives. The album was one of two KRS-One albums released in February 2008. It was released and distributed by the label Echo-Vista.

The first single from the album is "The Real Hip-Hop", which features a small cameo from Nas.The Real Hip-Hop arrived number 19 in Hot Singles Rap,48 in Hot R&B/Hip-Hop and 30 in Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro by Rakim"
  2. "Today's Topics"
  3. "Our Soldiers"
    • Featuring Cx
  4. "Money"
  5. "We Dem Teachas"
  6. "Better & Better"
    • Featuring Pee-Doe
    • Produced by James "Desi" Desmond
  7. "The Way It's Going Down"
  8. "The Teacha Returns"
    • Produced by Bambeatz
  9. "The Real Hiphop"
    • Featuring Nas
  10. "Watch This!"
    • Featuring S-Five
  11. "What's Your Plan?"
  12. "All Right"
  13. "Don't Get So High (dancehall Mix)
  14. "I Got You"
  15. "All My Love"
    • Featuring Carlet Boseman
  16. "Over 30 (remix)"
  17. "Getaway"
  18. "Don't Give It Up"
    • Featuring S-Five
  19. "Gro---Oh! (Hiphop Nation)"
    • Featuring S-Five
  20. "It's All Love"
    • Featuring Non-Stop
  21. "Wachanoabout"
    • Featuring Vince Flores on guitar