No Mountains in Manhattan

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No Mountains in Manhattan
Studio album by Wiki
Released August 25, 2017
Recorded 2016–17
Manhattan, New York
Genre Hip hop
Length 56:52
Label XL
Wiki chronology
What Happened to Fire?
(2017)What Happened to Fire?2017
No Mountains in Manhattan
Singles from No Mountains in Manhattan
  1. "Pretty Bull"
    Released: June 27, 2017
  2. "Mayor"
    Released: August 23, 2017
  3. "Stick Ball"
    Released: November 1, 2017
Professional ratings
Review scores
The Concordian8.5/10[2]
Loud and Quiet10/10[3]

No Mountains in Manhattan is the debut studio album by American hip hop recording artist Wiki. It was released on August 25, 2017, by XL Recordings.[4][5] It features guest verses from Ghostface Killah, Lakutis, ACAB, Slicky Boy and Your Old Droog, and production credits for Wiki, Kaytranada, Earl Sweatshirt and Sporting Life.[6]

Track listing[edit]

  • Morales
  • Antonio Hernandez
  • Epton
  • Arrow Brown
  • Tony Seltzer
  • Epton
  • Ravi Gafron
3."Pretty Bull"
  • Morales
  • Hernandez
Tony Seltzer3:28
4."Made for This" (featuring Ghostface Killah)
  • Tony Seltzer
  • Adrian Lau
5."Chinatown Swing"Sporting Life3:14
6."Litt 15" (featuring Your Old Droog)DJ Earl Teklife4:22
7."Face It"
  • Morales
  • Epton
  • Epton
  • Sly C
8."Stick Ball"
  • Morales
No Life3:29
10."Pandora’s Box" (featuring Evy Jane)
  • Morales
  • Adiele
  • Dadras
  • Sporting Life
11."Wiki New Written"randomblackdude1:22
12."Jalo"Black Mack3:17
13."Nutcrackers" (featuring Lakutis)
  • Wiki
  • Alon Sicherman
  • Epton
14."Baby Girl"
15."NMIM" (featuring ACAB and Slicky Boy)
  • Morales
  • Hernandez
Tony Seltzer4:38
16."Leppy Coqui"
  • Morales
  • Epton
  • Kgositsile
  • Hernandez
  • Epton
  • randomblackdude
  • Tony Seltzer
Total length:56:52

Sample Credits

  • "Mayor" contains elements from "We Have Love" performed by The Arrows.
  • "Made For This" contains elements from "Winter Go Away" performed by Holly Maxwell.
  • "Litt 15" contains elements from "Never In This World" as performed by Barrabas, written by J. Arbex Miro.
  • "Jalo" contains elements from "Rose Petals" written and performed by John Klemmer.
  • "Wiki New Written" contains elements from "We Had True Love" performed by Hot Chocolate.
  • "Baby Girl" contains elements from "Fairy Tale Song (Cadê)" performed by Milton Nascimento.


  1. ^ Moreland, Quinn. "Wiki: No Mountains in Manhattan Review Pitchfork".
  2. ^ Wesley McLean, "Wiki – No Mountains in Manhattan," The Concordian, September 12, 2017.
  3. ^ Katie Beswick, "Wiki, No Mountains In Manhattan," Loud and Quiet, August 29, 2017.
  4. ^ Andrew Matson, "Wiki's 'No Mountains in Manhattan' is a Classic," Mass Appeal, September 20, 2017.
  5. ^ Andrew Sacher, "Wiki proves New York rap is alive, well & still weird on No Mountains In Manhattan," Brooklyn Vegan, August 30, 2017.
  6. ^ Alex Robert Ross, "Listen to Wiki's Debut Album, 'No Mountains In Manhattan,' Which Slaps," Noisey, August 25, 2017.