The Aftermath (Da Youngsta's album)

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The Aftermath
Studio album by Da Youngsta's
Released April 20, 1993
Recorded 1992–1993
Genre Hip hop
Length 46:43
Label East West, Atlantic
Producer The Beatnuts
Pete Rock
Naughty By Nature
Marley Marl
DJ Premier
Da Youngsta's chronology
Somethin 4 Da Youngsta's
The Aftermath
No Mercy
Singles from The Aftermath
  1. "Crewz Pop"
    Released: March 11, 1993
  2. "Iz U Wit Me"
    Released: July 15, 1993
  3. "Wild Child"
    Released: September 30, 1993
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

The Aftermath is the second album by the American hip hop group Da Youngsta's. it was released on April 20, 1993 by East West. The album has only two guest appearances: Pete Rock & CL Smooth on the song "Who's the Mic Wrecka" and Treach of Naughty by Nature on "Crewz Pop". It does, however, feature production from some of the most influential New York City producers, including DJ Premier, Pete Rock and Marley Marl. The album also has a notably more aggressive and edgy tone compared to their first effort. The album features three singles: "Crewz Pop", "Iz U Wit Me" and "Wild Child".

Track listing[edit]

# Title Producer(s) Featured guest(s) Sample(s) Time
1 "The Aftermath" Qur'an Goodman 0:27
2 "Wild Child" The Beatnuts "Feel Like Making Love" by Bob James
"Spinning Wheel" by Lonnie Smith
3 "Iz U Wit Me" Pete Rock "Go Stetsa I" by Stetsasonic
"Pot Belly" by Lou Donaldson
"It's A New Day So Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn" by James Brown
"360° (What Comes Around)" by Grand Puba
4 "Handle This" Naughty By Nature 3:03
5 "Crewz Pop" Naughty By Nature Treach "The Gang's Back Again" by Kool & the Gang 2:57
6 "Lyrical Stick Up Kids" Marley Marl "Funky for You" by Nice & Smooth
"It's Just Begun" by Jimmy Castor
7 "Who's the Mic Wrecka" Pete Rock Pete Rock & CL Smooth "The Boss" by James Brown
"Superman Lover" by Johnny "Guitar" Watson
8 "Count It Off" Lawrence Goodman 2:17
9 "Honeycomb Hide Out" The Beatnuts Lieutenant Stitchie "Turbulence" by Eddie Harris 4:41
10 "Da Hood" Qur'an Goodman 3:55
11 "It'z Natural" The Beatnuts "Never My Love" by Tom Scott & the California Dreamers
"E.V.A." by Jean-Jacques Perrey
12 "Rip a Rhyme" Marley Marl "Mama Feelgood" by Lyn Collins 3:29
13 "Wake Em Up" DJ Premier 3:37
14 "Shout It Out" Qur'an Goodman, co-produced by Tarik Dawson "Do It Baby" by Redd Holt Unlimited 1:50