Livin' in a Hoe House

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Livin' in a Hoe House
Livin in a Hoe House.jpg
Studio album by H.W.A.
Released 1990
Recorded 1989-1990
Genre
Length 55:44
Label Drive-By Records
Producer
  • Sugar Daddy T. (exec.)
  • Ronnie Vann
  • Dangerous "D"
H.W.A. chronology
Livin' in a Hoe House
(1990)
Az Much Ass Azz U Want
(1994)Az Much Ass Azz U Want1994

Livin' in a Hoe House is the only studio album by American female rap group H.W.A.. The album was released in 1990 via Drive-By Records and was produced by Dangerous D and Ronnie Vann.[1] The record was mildly successful, making it to #38 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. No singles made it to the billboard charts.

The song "Eat This" was later sampled in "Black Widow Pt. 2" as performed by RZA and Ol' Dirty Bastard from the album Digital Bullet (2001).[2]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "To Live Or Die" 4:39
2. "Funk Me" 3:53
3. "Eat This" 4:35
4. "Livin' In A Hoe House" 3:52
5. "1-900-BITCHES" 4:16
6. "Freaky Daze" 3:49
7. "Gangstrology" 4:56
8. "Tight" 4:15
9. "Trick Is Trick" 3:32
10. "The Conflict" 4:23
11. "Nasty" 4:08
12. "Baller Baller" 4:35
13. "Little Dick" 4:55
Total length: 55:44

Samples[2]

  • "Funk Me" sampled
  • "Eat This" sampled
  • "Livin' In A Hoe house" sampled
  • "Freaky Daze" sampled
    • "Freaky Tales" by Too Short (1987)
    • "Change the Beat (Female Version)" by Beside (1982)
  • "Gangstrology" sampled
    • "I'm Gonna Get You" by Sir Joe Quarterman & Free Soul (1974)
    • "Funky Drummer" by James Brown (1970)
    • "Change the Beat (Female Version)" by Beside (1982)
    • "Funky President (People It's Bad)" by James Brown (1974)
    • "Hobo Scratch" by Malcolm McLaren and World's Famous Supreme Team (1983)
  • "Trick Is A Trick" sampled
    • "Anti Love Song" by Betty Davis (1973)
    • "Funky Drummer" by James Brown (1970)
  • "The Conflict" sampled
  • "Nasty" sampled
    • "(Nothing Serious) Just Buggin'" by Whistle (1986)

Personnel[edit]

  • Kim "Baby Girl" Kenner - vocals, rapping
  • Tanya "Jazzy" Kenner - vocals, rapping
  • Dion "Diva" Devoux - vocals, rapping
  • Beth Chaplin - background vocals
  • Budd Ford - background vocals
  • Cheri Ford - background vocals
  • Lenore Bangs - background vocals
  • Livio Harris - background vocals
  • Robin Warnecke - producer, drum programming
  • Ronald Dean Vann - producer
  • James Cedrick Magee - keyboards, drum programming
  • Damon Thomas - keyboards, drum programming
  • Jason Hess - keyboards, drum programming
  • Nutra-Sweet - keyboards, drum programming
  • Mike Zia - mixing
  • Dave Sheidene - mixing, engineering
  • Anne Catalino - engineering
  • Mike Azam - engineering
  • Sugar Daddy T. - executive producer
  • Pete Lascurain - project & production coordinator
  • Ronnie Richardson - project coordinator & marketing
  • Paula Kuhn - project coordinator
  • Mark Hovater - photography
  • Gayle Elliot - photohraphy

References[edit]

  1. ^ "H.W.A. - Livin' In A Hoe House". Discogs. Retrieved 2017-03-06. 
  2. ^ a b "Livin' in a Hoe House by H.W.A.: Album Samples, Covers and Remixes". WhoSampled. Retrieved 2017-03-06. 
  3. ^ Henderson, Alex. "Livin' in a Hoe House – H.W.A.". AllMusic. Retrieved March 6, 2017.