Immortalized (Spice 1 album)

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Immortalized
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Studio album by Spice 1
Released October 12, 1999
Recorded 1998–1999
Genre
Length 70:53
Label Jive
Producer Rick Rock, Kirk Crumpler, Dave Meeze, Tony Harmon
Spice 1 chronology
The Black Bossalini (a.k.a. Dr. Bomb from da Bay)
(1997)
Immortalized
(1999)
The Last Dance
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Immortalized, produced by Scott Russell Gordon and Spice 1, is the sixth album by Spice 1. This is his seventh album after his debut ten years earlier. Track titles like, "Fuck the World," "Ride Fo' Mine," "Killerfornia," and "What the Fuck" are representative of the album in general. The production on most tracks, is California G-funk.

The song "Suckas Do What They Can (Real Playaz)," includes Yukmouth from the Luniz and Spice's mentor Too $hort, and also features one of the last appearances by Zapp's lead singer, Roger Troutman, before his death.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro Skit"
  2. "What the Fuck?" (feat. Noreaga)
  3. "Thug Poetry" (feat. Saafir)
  4. "Suckas Do What They Can (Real Playaz)" (feat. Roger Troutman, Too Short and Yukmouth)
  5. "U Can't Fade Me Skit"
  6. "U Can't Fade Me"
  7. "Club Skit"
  8. "Can I Hit It?"
  9. "High Powered"
  10. "Killerfornia"
  11. "News Flash Skit"
  12. "Gone with the Wind"
  13. "Too Deep in the Game" (feat. Spook Thee Man)
  14. "Make Sure They Bleed"
  15. "Ride Fo' Mine" (feat. Half A Mill and Ike Dirty)
  16. "Street Skit"
  17. "Immortalized"
  18. "Fuck the World" (feat. Den Fen of 187 Fac and Young Kyoz)
  19. "Droopy Skit"
  20. "187 Proof (2 Thougin')"
  21. "Ride wit' Me"

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1999) Peak
position[2]
U.S. Billboard 200 111
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 30

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