Beyond Flavor

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Beyond Flavor
Beyond Flavor.jpg
Studio album by Original Flavor
Released February 22, 1994
Recorded 1993
Genre Hip hop
Label Atlantic
Producer Ski
Original Flavor chronology
This Is How It Is
Beyond Flavor
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]

Beyond Flavor is Original Flavor's second and final album was recorded in 1993 and released in early 1994. Its first single, "Can I Get Open," featured Jay-Z (who was unsigned at the time). The group disbanded after this album released, but they did begin work with Roc-A-Fella Records with Jay-Z, Damon Dash and Kareem Burke.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Performer (s) Time Sample(s)
1 "Intro" *Interlude* 0:55
2 "Can I Get Open" Ski, T-Strong, Jay-Z, DJ Chubby Chub 3:30 *"Wah Wah Man" by Young-Holt Unlimited
*"Black Mystery Has Been Revealed" by Roland Kirk
3 "Beyond Flavor" T-Strong, Ski 3:11
4 "Old School Skit" *Interlude* 0:17
5 "Watchawant" T-Strong, Ski, DJ Chubby Chub 4:37 *"Never Had a Dream" by Ohio Players
6 "Stick It Where The Sun Don't Shine" Ski, T-Strong 4:35
7 "Blowin' Up The Spot" T-Strong, Ski 2:49 *"Sweetie Pie" by Stone Alliance
8 "Hit" T-Strong, Ski, Sauce Money 3:24
9 "Nigga Code" Damon Dash, DJ Clark Kent 3:40 *"Weasil" by Donald Byrd
10 "Many Styles" Ski, Jay-Z, T-Strong, Freshco 3:40
11 "All That" T-Strong, Ski, Michelle Mitchell 4:14 *"Cymbaline" by Hubert Laws
*"Spinning Wheel" by Dr. Lonnie Smith
12 "Shut Up & Menage" *Interlude* 1:02
13 "Here We Go (Fuck It Up)" Ski, T-Strong 3:39
14 "Keep On (Searching)" Ski, T-Strong 3:59 *"Searching" by Roy Ayers
15 "Shoutouts" Ski, T-Strong, DJ Chubby Chub 2:33 *"Pot Belly" by Lou Donaldson