Brothas Doobie

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Brothas Doobie
Brothas Doobie.jpg
Studio album by Funkdoobiest
Released July 4, 1995
Recorded 1994
Genre Hip Hop
Label Immortal, Epic
Producer DJ Muggs
DJ Lethal
DJ Ralph M
Ray Roll
Funkdoobiest chronology
Which Doobie U B?
Brothas Doobie
The Troubleshooters
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
The Source 3.5/5 stars[2]

Brothas Doobie is the second album by the Los Angeles-based Latino rap group Funkdoobiest. It was released by Epic Records in July 4, 1995. This was the final album for the back-up MC and hypeman, Tomahawk Funk, because he left group after this release. The album contains the famous and controversial track "Superhoes", which also appeared in the soundtrack to the film Friday, starring N.W.A's Ice Cube. The album has been falsely shown with a blue cover, several times. It has a green color instead.

An edited version of the album, which removed most of its explicit language and sexual content, was also released. It completely censored the track "Superhoes", due to references to masturbation and rape, and the track "Pussy Ain't Shit" due to its main graphic theme: the female reproductive organs.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Producer Performer Length
1 "This Is It (Interlude)" DJ Muggs *Interlude* 1:25
2 "Rock On" DJ Muggs Son Doobie, Tomahawk Funk 3:54
3 "What the Deal" DJ Muggs Son Doobie 4:00
4 "Lost in Thought" DJ Muggs, Ray Roll Son Doobie 4:31
5 "Dedicated" DJ Muggs Son Doobie 3:34
6 "Ka Sera Sera" DJ Ralph M Son Doobie, Tomahawk Funk 2:58
7 "Pussy Ain't Shit" DJ Muggs Son Doobie, Tomahawk Funk 4:25
8 "XXX Funk" DJ Muggs, DJ Ralph M Son Doobie 3:55
9 "It Ain't Going Down" DJ Lethal Son Doobie 3:15
10 "You're Dummin'" DJ Ralph M Son Doobie 4:23
11 "Tomahawk Bang" DJ Ralph M Tomahawk Funk, Sebastain Rousett 3:57
12 "Superhoes" DJ Muggs, DJ Ralph M Son Doobie 3:51
13 "Who Ra Ra" DJ Muggs, DJ Ralph M Brett Bouldin, Son Doobie 2:56


This Is It (Interlude)

Rock On

What the Deal

Lost in Thought


  • "Everybody Loves the Sunshine" by Roy Ayers

Ka Sera Sera

Pussy Ain't Shit

  • "The Soil I Tilled for You" by Shades of Brown
  • "AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted" by Ice Cube

XXX Funk

It Ain't Going Down

You're Dummin'

Tomahawk Bang

  • "So We Will Smoke the Pipe, and There Will Be No Lies Between Us" from Thunderheart
  • "The Adventures of the Lone Ranger - He Saves the Booneville Gold (Part 1)" by George W. Trendle
  • "M.P.E." by Public Enemy


Who Ra Ra


  1. ^ Bush, John. "Brothas Doobie - Funkdoobiest | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 26 August 2016. 
  2. ^ Poluhoff, Nicholas (June 1995). "Record Report: Funkdoobiest – Brothas Doobie". The Source. p. 73.