Life in the Streets

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Life in the Streets
Life in the Streets.jpg
Studio album by Prince Ital Joe & Marky Mark
Released 1994
Recorded 1993-1994
Genre
Label Ultraphonic Records
Producer Prince Ital Joe, Frank Peterson, Alex Christensen, MC Shan
Prince Ital Joe & Marky Mark chronology
Life in the Streets
(1994)
The Remix Album
(1995)The Remix Album1995

Life in the Streets is the debut album by reggae recording artist Prince Ital Joe and the third album by rapper Marky Mark. The album was released in 1994 for Ultraphonic Records and blended Prince Ital Joe's reggae with Marky Mark's hip hop.[1] Life in the Streets was not released in the United States, but was a success in Germany. Four singles charted on Germany's Media Control Charts: "Life in the Streets" (#12), "Happy People" (#4), "Babylon" (#17), and "United", which held the #1 position for five weeks. Songs "Life in the Streets", "In Love" and "United" appeared in the Danny DeVito movie Renaissance Man, while "United" also appeared in The Neverending Story III.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Life in the Streets Intro" - 1:43
  2. "United"- 4:02
  3. "Rastaman Vibration"- 3:35
  4. "Happy People"- 3:58
  5. "To Be Important"- 3:54
  6. "In Love"- 3:40
  7. "Babylon"- 3:54
  8. "Love of a Mother"- 3:38
  9. "Into the Light"- 3:56
  10. "In the 90's"- 3:16
  11. "Prankster"- 5:02
  12. "Life in the Streets"- 3:44

Credits[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wolfgang Spahr (3 December 1994). "Hitmakers '94". Billboard magazine. p. 54. Retrieved 4 March 2006.