Tell the World My Name

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Tell the World My Name
Studio album by K-Solo
Released May 22, 1990
Recorded 1989-1990
Genre Hip hop
Label Atlantic
Producer Parrish Smith
Erick Sermon
K-Solo chronology
Tell the World My Name
Time's Up
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Tell The World My Name is the debut album of the American emcee K-Solo.

Hits like "Your Mom's in My Business" and "Spellbound" proved the growing success of his style.

The song "Spellbound" was later sampled by R&B group Brownstone for their 1994 hit "If You Love Me".[2]

On June 21, 2009,[3] Traffic Entertainment Group reissued Tell The World My Name with five bonus tracks that were remix and a cappella versions of the singles released from the album.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks produced by Parrish Smith, except track 1, which is produced by Erick Sermon.[5]

  1. "Spellbound"
  2. "Rockin' for My Hometown"
  3. "Everybody Knows Me"
  4. "Speed Blocks"
  5. "Fugitive"
  6. "Tales from the Crack Side"
  7. "Your Mom's in My Business"
  8. "Real Solo Please Stand Up"
  9. "Renee-Renee"
  10. "Solo Rocks the House"
  11. "The Messenger"
  12. "Drums of Death"