Insomnia (Erick Sermon album)

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Compilation album by
ReleasedApril 23, 1996
GenreEast Coast hip hop
ProducerErick Sermon (exec.)
Reggie Noble
Erick Sermon chronology
Double or Nothing
Erick Onasis
Singles from Insomnia
  1. "Funkorama"
    Released: December 19, 1995
  2. "It's That Hit"
    Released: 1995
  3. "I Feel It"
    Released: June 4, 1996
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4.5/5 stars link

Insomnia is a hip-hop compilation album released in 1996. It was compiled by famous hip hop producer Erick Sermon. He produced all except two tracks on the album and recorded it in order to promote artists affiliated with him. Tommy Gunn (birthname Thomas Blincoe), a performer on this album, was murdered shortly before the album's release,[1] and Erick dedicated this album to his memory in the liner notes.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Songwriters Producer(s) Performer (s)
1 "Intro" Cherry Martinez
2 "Funkorama" R. Noble, J. Davis, M. Morales, A.S. Muhammad, M. Taylor, D. Robinson, D. Wimbley Reggie Noble, Erick Sermon (co-producer) Redman
3 "The Vibe" L. Scott, R. Noble, D. Stinson Reggie Noble Xcross-Breed
4 "As The..." P. Johnson, E. Sermon Erick Sermon Passion
5 "Beez Like That (Sometimes)" J. Phillips, C. Moore, E. Sermon, D. Stinson, W. Shorter Erick Sermon, Rockwilder (co-producer) Jamal & Calif
6 "It's That Hit" K. Murray, E. Sermon, G. Clinton Jr., W. Collins Erick Sermon Keith Murray
7 "Up Jump The Boogie" E. Woodson, T. Fyffe, E. Sermon Erick Sermon, Sugarless (co-producer) The Wixtons
8 "Caller's Interlude" Cherry Martinez
9 "I Feel It" G. Belin, T. Brown, R. Joseph, M. Rice, E. Sermon, D. Davis Erick Sermon L.O.D.
10 "On The Regular" K. Sermon, T. Stanley, E. Sermon, G. Clinton Jr., B. Collins, M. Parker Erick Sermon Duo
11 "Fear" T. Blincoe, E. Sermon Erick Sermon Tommy Gunn
12 "Ready For War" D. Paige, E. Sermon Erick Sermon Domo
13 "Reign" E. Sermon, R. James Erick Sermon Erick Sermon



Beez Like That (Sometimes)

It's That Hit

Up Jump the Boogie

I Feel It

On The Regular

Ready for War

  • "Dance Floor" by Zapp


Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1996) Peak
Billboard 200 53
Top R&B Albums 10


Year Song Chart position
Dance Singles
1996 I Feel It 36


  1. ^ Texeira, Erin. "Rapper, 2 Others Are Found Slain". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2017-02-12.