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Studio album by MC Breed
Released June 7, 1994
Recorded 1993–1994
Genre Midwest hip hop,[1] G-Funk
Label Wrap Records
Producer MC Breed, DJ Flash, Brett Ski, The Hurra, Big Man, Swift C
MC Breed chronology
The New Breed
Big Baller
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [2]

Funkafied is the fourth album by MC Breed. It was released on June 7, 1994 for Wrap Records and was produced by MC Breed, DJ Flash, Brett Ski and The Hurra. Funkafied was Breed's most successful album chart wise, peaking at #106 on the Billboard 200 and #9 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. One single from the album made it to the charts, "Late Night Creep (Booty Call)" peaked at #43 on the Hot Rap Singles.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Underground Address"- 4:20
  2. "What You Want"- 5:10
  3. "Smokin'"- 4:37 (Featuring SFD)
  4. "Late Nite Creep (Booty Call)"- 4:57 (Featuring Night & Day)
  5. "Teach My Kids"- 4:04 (Featuring Gary Schider)
  6. "This Is How We Do It 1"- :36 (Featuring George Clinton)
  7. "One Time"- 4:27 (Featuring Chuck Nyce)
  8. "Seven Years"- 4:05 (Featuring SFD)
  9. "The Deal Is da Funk"- 4:10
  10. "Shootin' from the Hip"- 4:47 (Featuring Jibri, SFD)
  11. "Break Yourself"- 3:19 (Featuring Night & Day)
  12. "Back up in Ya!"- 4:16
  13. "This Is How We Do It 2"- :58 (Featuring George Clinton)
  14. "Flava Uv Phony"- 3:40 (Featuring Al Breed)
  15. "B.R. Double E.D."- 4:13 (Featuring The D.O.C.)
  16. "Ol' School"- 2:10