Soul Food (Def Jef album)

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Soul Food
Def Soul Food.jpg
Studio album by Def Jef
Released September 3, 1991
Recorded 1990-91
Genre Hip hop
Label Delicious Vinyl
Producer Def Jef, DJ Mark the 45 King, Brand New Heavies, Devastatin'
Def Jef chronology
Just a Poet With a Soul
(1989)
Soul Food
(1991)
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Soul Food is the second and final album by Def Jef. It was released on September 3, 1991, on Delicious Vinyl and featured production from the group, DJ Mark the 45 King, the Brand New Heavies, and Devastatin' of Funkytown Pros. Two singles were released, "Here We Go Again" and "Cali's All That," but neither made it to the Billboard charts.

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Track listing[edit]

  1. "A Poet's Prelude" - 1:43
  2. "Get Up 4 the Get Down" - 3:46
  3. "Soul Provider" - 4:00
  4. "Here We Go Again" - 4:09
  5. "Cali's All That" - 4:52 (featuring Tone Loc)
  6. "Brand New Heavy Freestyle" - 4:54 (featuring the Brand New Heavies)
  7. "Soul Is Back" - 4:51
  8. "Shadow of Def" - 4:18
  9. "Fa Sho Shot" - 4:45
  10. "Don't Sleep (Open Your Eyes)" - 3:30
  11. "Soul Food (A Hip Hop Duet)" - 4:38 (featuring Funkytown Pros)
  12. "Voice of a New Generation" - 5:44
  13. "God Complex" - 4:07

Samples[edit]

Here We Go Again

Cali's All That

  • "8th Wonder" by Sugarhill Gang
  • "Bon Bon Vie" by T.S. Monk
  • "West Coast Poplock" by Ronnie Hudson & the Street People

Soul Is Back

Fa Sho Shot

Soul Food