Doc's da Name 2000

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Doc's Da Name 2000
Docsdaname2000.jpg
Studio album by Redman
Released December 8, 1998
Recorded 1997-1998
Genre Hip hop
Length 69:57
Label Def Jam Recordings
Producer Erick Sermon (also exec.), Reggie Noble, Rockwilder, Roni Size, Gov Mattic
Redman chronology
El Niño
(1998)
Doc's Da Name 2000
(1998)
Blackout!
(1999)
Singles from Doc's Da Name 2000
  1. "I'll Bee Dat!"
    Released: October 8, 1998
  2. "Da Goodness"
    Released: 1999
  3. "Let Da Monkey Out"
    Released: 1999
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
The A.V. Club (mixed)[2]
Robert Christgau A−[3]
Los Angeles Times 3.5/4 stars[4]
NME (8/10)[5]
The New York Times (favorable)[6]
RapReviews (8/10)[7]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars[8]
Vibe (favorable)[9]
The Village Voice (favorable)[10]

Doc's da Name 2000 is the fourth studio album by American rapper Redman.[11] The album was released on Def Jam Recordings on December 8, 1998. It was a top seller, initially shipping platinum in sales and reaching platinum sales in less than two months. It peaked at #3 on the Billboard 200.

The song "Let Da Monkey Out" was featured in the 2005 film Syriana.[12]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Welcome 2 Da Bricks" Reginald Noble Reggie Noble 1:55
2. "Let Da Monkey Out" Noble Erick Sermon 3:35
3. "I'll Bee Dat!" Noble Rockwilder 4:34
4. "Get It Live" Noble Erick Sermon 3:26
5. "Who Took Da Satellite Van? (Skit)"     0:46
6. "Jersey Yo!" Noble Reggie Noble, Gov Mattic 3:33
7. "Cloze Ya Doorz" (featuring Diezzel Don, Double-O, Gov Mattic, Roz and Young Zee) Noble Erick Sermon 4:09
8. "I Don't Kare"   Erick Sermon, Reggie Noble 3:28
9. "Boodah Break"   Erick Sermon 2:17
10. "Million Chicken March (2 Hot 4 TV) (Skit)"     1:21
11. "Keep On '99"   Erick Sermon 4:30
12. "Well All Rite Cha" (featuring Method Man)   Erick Sermon 4:15
13. "Pain In Da *** Stewardess (Skit)"     2:05
14. "Da Goodness" (featuring Busta Rhymes)   Reggie Noble 4:10
15. "My Zone!" (featuring Markie (aka Mr. Cream)[13])   Reggie Noble 2:54
16. "Da Da DaHHH"   Erick Sermon 4:07
17. "G.P.N. (Skit)"     2:07
18. "Down South Funk" (featuring Erick Sermon & Keith Murray)   Erick Sermon 3:51
19. "D.O.G.S."   Erick Sermon 3:51
20. "Beat Drop"   Reggie Noble 1:18
21. "We Got Da Satellite Van! (Skit)"     0:56
22. "Brick City Mashin'!"   Erick Sermon 3:10
23. "Soopaman Lova IV" (featuring Dave Hollister)   Reggie Noble 2:33
24. "I Got A Seecret"   Roni Size 3:43

Samples[edit]

Charts[edit]

Year Album Chart positions
Billboard 200 Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums
1998 Doc's da Name 2000 3 1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ The A.V. Club review
  3. ^ Robert Christgau review
  4. ^ Los Angeles Times review
  5. ^ NME review
  6. ^ The New York Times review
  7. ^ RapReviews review
  8. ^ Rolling Stone review
  9. ^ Vibe review
  10. ^ The Village Voice review
  11. ^ "Doc's the Name: Redman: Music". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2012-02-14. 
  12. ^ "Soundtracks for Syriana". Redman's "Let Da Monkey Out". imdb.com. Retrieved January 2, 2017. 
  13. ^ In the video for Mr. Cream's song "M R Dot", he uses the song My Zone as an outro with the words "Redman feat Mr. Cream" written across the screen. He also makes references to it in his lyrics and of course has the same voice. Also see the Redman Revisited episode of MTV Cribs.