Seven & Seven

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Seven & Seven
Seven & Seven.jpg
Studio album by MC Lyte
Released August 18, 1998 (1998-08-18)
Recorded 1997-1998
Genre Hip hop
Length 77:19
Label East West Records
Producer Milk Dee, Missy Elliott, The Neptunes, LL Cool J, Marc Kinchen, Dynamic Duo, Poke & Tone, L.E.S., Ron "Amen-Ra" Lawrence, DJ Peter Panic, MC Lyte, Nat Robinson
MC Lyte chronology
Bad As I Wanna B
(1996)
Seven & Seven
(1998)
Badder Than B-Fore
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars [1]

Seven & Seven is the sixth album released by MC Lyte. It was released on August 18, 1998, by East West Records and was produced by Milk Dee, Missy Elliott, The Neptunes, LL Cool J, Marc Kinchen, Dynamic Duo, Poke & Tone, L.E.S., Ron "Amen-Ra" Lawrence, DJ Peter Panic, MC Lyte and Nat Robinson. Seven & Seven was a critical and commercial failure and only reached #71 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums with no charting singles. The first single released from the album was the Neptunes' produced single "I Can't Make a Mistake". Another Neptunes' production "It's All Yours" was released as a promotional single.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "In My Business"- 4:23 (featuring Missy Elliott)
  2. "Too Fly"- 4:18 (featuring Pamela Long)
  3. "This Emcee"- 2:09
  4. "Top Billin'"- 2:50 (featuring Milk Dee)
  5. "Give Me What I Want"- 4:21
  6. "Woo Woo (Party Time)"- 4:34 (featuring Nicci Gillbert)
  7. "Playgirls Play"- 3:53
  8. "Put It on You"- 4:04
  9. "Propa"- 4:12 (featuring Beenie Man)
  10. "It's All Yours"- 4:41 (featuring Gina Thompson)
  11. "I Can't Make a Mistake"- 3:51
  12. "Want What I Got"- 3:47 (featuring Missy Elliott & Mocha)
  13. "Oogie Boogie"- 4:18
  14. "Party Goin' On"- 4:17 (featuring Inaya Day) (Produced By DJ Peter Panic)
  15. "Break It Down"- 3:50 (featuring La India & Giovanni Salah)
  16. "Closer"- 4:21 (featuring Space Nine)
  17. "Radio's Nightmare"- 0:53
  18. "My Time"- 3:23
  19. "Assaholic Anonymous"- 1:16
  20. "King of Rock"- 2:22
  21. "Better Place"- 5:36 (Produced By DJ Peter Panic)

Samples[edit]

Charts[edit]

Chart (1998) Peak
position
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)[2] 71

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