Hi-Tek (album)

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Hi-Tek
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Studio album by Keak da Sneak
Released June 16, 2001
Recorded 2001
Genre Gangsta Rap, West Coast Hip Hop
Label Mo Doe Records
Producer Ant Banks, Rick Rock, One Drop Scott, Tone Capone, D-Dre, Keak da Sneak
Keak da Sneak chronology
Sneakacydal
(1999)Sneakacydal1999
Hi-Tek
(2001)
The Appearances of Keak da Sneak
(2001)The Appearances of Keak da Sneak2001
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Hi-Tek is the second studio solo album by rapper, Keak da Sneak and considered to be his best album by fans. It was released on June 16, 2001 for Moe Doe Records and was produced by Ant Banks, Rick Rock, One Drop Scott, Tone Capone, D-Dre and Keak da Sneak. The album was a modest success, peaking at #95 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums,[1] #18 on the Top Independent Albums[2] and #37 on the Top Heatseekers,[3] and selling 6,510 copies in its first week out.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro"- 0:51
  2. "Here Comes Keak da Sneak"- 3:37
  3. "Like What"- 4:12 (Featuring Agerman)
  4. "Tankin, Tinkin, Stinkin"- 4:39 (Featuring E-40)
  5. "Somebody Gotta Pimp It (Somebody Gotta Pimp Her)"- 3:55 (Featuring Too Short)
  6. "Ichi Blop! Blop!"- 4:47
  7. "Gifted"- 4:05
  8. "Skit"- 0:45
  9. "Moe Doe"- 3:11
  10. "Take Me Away"- 5:25
  11. "Pussy"- 4:03 (Featuring B.A.)
  12. "Drank, Weed, Sex"- 3:40 (Featuring Ant Banks)
  13. "P.M."- 5:26
  14. "Hi-Tek II"- 3:54
  15. "Beat It Up"- 4:36
  16. "No Hair Weaves"- 4:11 (Featuring Ant Banks)
  17. "That Way"- 5:14
  18. "Blop Shit"- 4:39

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