Afroholic... The Even Better Times

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Afroholic... The Even Better Times
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Studio album by Afroman
Released April 20, 2004
Genre Hip hop
Label Hungry Hustler
Afroman chronology
The Good Times
(2001)
Afroholic... The Even Better Times
(2004)
Jobe Bells
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]
The Guardian 3/5 stars[2]
Rolling Stone 2/5 stars[3]

Afroholic... The Even Better Times is a double disc hip hop album released by Afroman. Despite Afroman's six-album deal with Universal Records, Afroman recorded one album for Universal, The Good Times, and would release all future albums independently, beginning with this one. There are two versions of this album. The original version featured numerous parody songs. The reissue contained, among others, the song "Whack Rappers", which is a diss to many hip hop and R&B artists, including 50 Cent, Jay-Z, Kelis, Nas and P. Diddy.

Track listing[edit]

Original[edit]

Disc 1[edit]

  1. "Nobody Knows My Name"
  2. "Leaving California"
  3. "Turn It Off"
  4. "Suck a Dick Jockey"
  5. "Girlz"
  6. "I've Been Hustlin'"
  7. "West Y'all"
  8. "Drive Better Drunk"
  9. "Jackin' Afroman"
  10. "Colt 45" (Note: Colt 45 is also the alternate title for Crazy Rap. They are different songs.)
  11. "Freak On With You"
  12. "Ghetto Memories"
  13. "Cali Swangin'"
  14. "What If" (feat. E-40)
  15. "From Tha Ghetto"
  16. "Sag Your Pants"
  17. "Wonderful Tonite"

Disc 2[edit]

  1. "Keep On Limp'n"
  2. "On My Hustle" (feat. DJ Mr. Mixx and Big Luc)
  3. "Caddy Hop"
  4. "Just My Paranoia"
  5. "Let's All Get High Tonight"
  6. "Late at Night"
  7. "Rollin'"
  8. "Hittin' Switches"
  9. "Airport"
  10. "West Coast Rap"
  11. "Compton Isn't Too Far Away"
  12. "Money (Ain't Everything)"
  13. "Money (Reprise)"
  14. "U Can Make It"
  15. "Major Beat"
  16. "Me and Kenny"

Reissue[edit]

Disc 1[edit]

  1. "Roll Your Windows Down"
  2. "I've Been Hustlin'"
  3. "West Y'all"
  4. "I Drive Better Drunk"
  5. "Let's Get High Tonight"
  6. "Late At Night"
  7. "Gangsta Sound"
  8. "Leaving California"
  9. "Hittin' Switches"
  10. "Airport"
  11. "Ghetto Memories"
  12. "Cali Swangin'"
  13. "Paranoid" (Featuring The 2 Zigg Zaggs)

Disc 2[edit]

  1. "Keep On Limp'n"
  2. "On My Hustle" (featuring DJ Mr. Mixx & Big Luc)
  3. "1988"
  4. "This The Kind Of Beat"
  5. "Dance Wit Me" (Produced by Lowkey)
  6. "What If" (Featuring E-40)
  7. "From Tha Ghetto"
  8. "Smoke 1"
  9. "Fuck Tha Corporate World"
  10. "Money (Ain't Everything)"
  11. "U Can Make It"
  12. "Major Beat"
  13. "Whack Rappers"
  14. "Whack Rappers II" (featuring Strange)
  15. "Me & Kenny"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Birchmeier, Jason. "Afroholic..The Even Better Times - Afroman". AllMusic. Retrieved 2012-12-10. 
  2. ^ Lynskey, Dorian (2004-07-15). "CD: Afroman Afroholic, The Even Better Times". The Guardian. Retrieved 2012-12-10. 
  3. ^ Hoard, Christian; Caramanica, Jon (2004-06-24). "Afroholic: The Even Better Times : Afroman : Review". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on 2009-02-06. Retrieved 2012-12-10.