Many Facez

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Many Facez
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Studio album by Tracey Lee
Released March 25, 1997
Recorded 1996-1997
Genre Hip hop
Label Universal
Producer Tracey Lee, D-Dot, Ron "Amen-Ra" Lawrence, DJ Parley
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Many Facez is the debut album released by American rapper, Tracey Lee. It was released on March 25, 1997 through Universal Records with production handled by Tracey Lee, DJ Parley and D-Dot and Amen-Ra of the The Hitmen. Many Facez was only a minor success, making it to 111 on the Billboard 200 and 23 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

The album spawned one charting single entitled "The Theme (It's Party Time)", which peaked at 55 on the Billboard Hot 100 and 6 on the Hot Rap Singles chart. Promotional music videos were released for "The Theme", "The After Party" and "Give It Up Baby"

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro: T.R.A.C.E.Y. L.E.E."- 1:06
  2. "Many Facez"- 4:38
  3. "The Theme (It's Party Time)"- 4:32
  4. "Big Will"- 4:40
  5. "Stars in the East"- 5:07 (Featuring One Step Beyond)
  6. "Interlude: What Was Good About Good Times"- 1:00
  7. "On the Edge"- 4:56
  8. "Rugged One"- 4:30
  9. "Interlude: Who's Crew"- 0:58
  10. "Who's Crew"- 4:18
  11. "Repent"- 4:13
  12. "Give It Up Baby"- 4:29 (Featuring Erika Kaine)
  13. "Interlude: Airport"- 1:29
  14. "The Professionals"- 7:18 (Featuring The Reepz)
  15. "Keep Your Hands High"- 4:56 (Featuring The Notorious B.I.G.)
  16. "The After Party (The Theme II)- 4:25 (Featuring Busta Rhymes and Pirate)
  17. "Clue (Who Shot LR?)- 4:40

Samples Used[edit]

The Theme (It's Party Time)

Stars In The East

On The Edge

Rugged One

Who's Crew?

  • "Close the Door" by Rufus

Give It Up, Baby

Keep Your Hands High

  • "Something for Nothing" by MFSB