Crip Hop

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Crip Hop
Crip Hop.jpg
Studio album by Jayo Felony
Released October 23, 2001
Genre
Length 1:03:34
Label American Music Corporation
Producer
Jayo Felony chronology
Underground
(1999)
Crip Hop
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Crip Hop is the fourth studio album by San Diego-based American rapper Jayo Felony. It was released on October 23, 2001 via American Music Corporation. The nineteen-track record was produced by DJ Battlecat, K-Def, Rick Rock, Soopafly, Ty Fyffe, Caviar, Chevvy, Flip Matrix, Ghetto Warden, Overdose, Sandlofer Music, and DJ Silk. Fellow rappers E-40, Spice 1, Baby Skar, Tiggi Diamonds, Young Crook, Young Nube, and Dulo Gang made guest appearances on the album.[2] It was an improvement over his last album, Underground, making it to number 53 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart[3] and number ten on the Top Independent Albums chart[4] and featuring the hit single "She Loves Me".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Intro"   1:30
2. "Gang Bangin Shit" (featuring Spice1) Rick Rock 2:38
3. "One Shot Kill" Ty Fyffe 3:02
4. "Girls & Boys" (featuring Ticky Diamondz) Sandlofer Music 4:11
5. "What Ya Need" DJ Battlecat 3:45
6. "Trued Up Remix (Real Anthem)" (featuring Baby Skar) K-Def 3:25
7. "Swing"
  • Caviar
  • Overdose
3:31
8. "Skit I"   0:22
9. "Hurt That Nigga" (featuring Soopafly) Soopafly 3:42
10. "Skit II"   0:37
11. "Do You Love Life"
  • Caviar
  • Overdose
4:53
12. "Please Believe It" (featuring E-40)
  • Caviar
  • Overdose
4:39
13. "Sherm Sticc III" Ty Fyffe 3:51
14. "Hotta Than Fish Grease" (featuring Young Crook) DJ Silk 3:45
15. "Catch 'Em In The Morning (Gay-Z Diss)" Chevvy 3:14
16. "You's A Character" DJ Silk 3:52
17. "Came Round" (featuring Dulo Gang) Ecay Uno 4:45
18. "I Walk & Skip" Ghetto Warden 4:14
19. "She Loves Me" (featuring Young Nube) Flip Matrix 3:38
Total length: 1:03:34

Notes

Samples[5]

  • Track 7 contains samples from "Here I Come (Broader Than Broadway)" performed by Barrington Levy (1985)
  • Track 13 contains samples from "Will You Cry (When You Hear This Song)" by Chic (1979)

Personnel[edit]

  • Chago Williams - backing vocals (track 17)
  • Earl Stevens - guest artist (track 12)
  • Floyd Wilcox - producer (track 19)
  • James Savage - main artist
  • Kannon Cross - producer (tracks: 7, 11-12)
  • Kevin Gilliam - producer (track 5)
  • Kevin Hansford - producer (track 6)
  • Priest Joseph Brooks - guest artist & producer (track 9)
  • Ricardo Thomas - producer (track 2)
  • Robert Lee Green, Jr. - guest artist (track 2)
  • Russell Brown - producer (tracks: 14, 16)
  • Tikki Diamond - guest artist (track 4)
  • Tyrone Gregory Fyffe - producer (tracks: 3, 13)
  • William Moore - producer (tracks: 7, 11-12)
  • Willy Sweetback - guitar (track 11)
  • Baby Skar - guest artist (track 6)
  • Chevvy - producer (track 15)
  • Dulo Gang - guest artist (track 17)
  • Ecay Uno - producer (track 17)
  • Ghetto Warden - producer (track 18)
  • Sandlofer Music - producer (track 4)
  • Young Crook - guest artist (track 14)
  • Young Nube - guest artist (track 19)

Charts[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
position
Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 53[3]
Billboard Independent Albums 10[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ LeRoy, Dan (2017-10-23). "Crip Hop - Jayo Felony". AllMusic. 
  2. ^ "Jayo Felony - Crip Hop". Discogs. Retrieved 2017-10-23. 
  3. ^ a b "Jayo Felony Crip Hop Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved 2017-10-23. 
  4. ^ a b "Jayo Felony Crip Hop Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved 2017-10-23. 
  5. ^ "Crip Hop by Jayo Felony: Album Samples, Covers and Remixes". WhoSampled. Retrieved 2017-10-23.