The Hemp Museum
|The Hemp Museum|
|Studio album by B-Legit|
|Released||November 26, 1996|
|Genre||West Coast hip hop, Mobb Music, Gangsta Rap|
|Label||Jive, Sick Wid It|
|Producer||B-Legit (exec.), Emgee, Femi Ojetunde, Funk Daddy, K-Lou, Kevin Gardner, Mike Mosley, Redwine, Studio Ton, Tone Capone|
The Hemp Museum is the second studio album by American rapper B-Legit, released November 26, 1996 on Jive and Sick Wid It Records. The album features production by K-Lou, Mike Mosley, Studio Ton, Tone Capone and B-Legit. It peaked at number 15 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at number 55 on the Billboard 200. The album features guest performances by Kurupt, C-Bo, E-40, Levitti, Daryl Hall, Celly Cel, A-1 and Funk Mobb. The final track, "My Flow of Cash", is a bonus track exclusive to the CD release.
Along with a single, a music video was released for the song, "Check It Out" featuring E-40 and Kurupt.
- "Intro" - 1:14
- "City 2 City" - 3:49 (featuring Levitti)
- "For So Long" - 4:42
- "Check It Out" - 5:20 (featuring E-40 & Kurupt)
- "Gotta Buy Your Dope From Us" - 3:48 (featuring C-Bo & Little Bruce)
- "The Hemp Museum" - 4:03 (featuring Suga-T)
- "Neva Bite" - 4:39 (featuring The Mossie)
- "Ghetto Smile" - 4:15 (featuring Daryl Hall)
- "Don't Do It (Interlude)" - 0:18 (featuring G-Note)
- "Can My Nine Get Ate" - 4:15 (featuring Mac Shawn)
- "Niggaz Get They Wig Split" - 4:08 (featuring Celly Cel & C-Bo)
- "Rollin' Wit Hustlers" - 3:56 (featuring Harm)
- "Get's Down Like That" - 5:07 (featuring A-1)
- "D-Boy Blues" - 4:23 (featuring Levitti)
- "My Flow of Cash" - 3:51 (featuring Funk Mobb)
Gotta Buy Dope From Us
|U.S. Billboard 200||55|
|U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums||15|
- ((( The Hemp Museum > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums ))). All Media Guide, LLC. Retrieved on 2010-01-07.
- Stanley, Leo. Review: The Hemp Museum. Allmusic. Retrieved on 2010-01-29.
- Columnist. "Review: The Hemp Museum". The Source: 135. December, 1996.
- Columnist. "Review: The Hemp Museum". Vibe: 105. February, 1997.
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