The Hogg in Me

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The Hogg in Me
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Compilation album by Various Artists
Released November 21, 1995
Genre West Coast hip hop, Gangsta rap
Length 58:28
Label Sick Wid It, Jive
Producer Celly Cel, Damian Law, Filthy Rich, Kevin Gardner, K-Lou, Levitti, Redwine, Stevie Wright, Studio Ton, Young Dog
Sick Wid It compilation chronology
The Hogg in Me
Southwest Riders
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

The Hogg in Me is compilation presented by American rap label Sick Wid It Records. It was released November 21, 1995 on Sick Wid It and Jive Records. The album was produced by Celly Cel, Damian Law, Dre "Young Dog" Riggins, Filthy Rich, Kevin Gardner, K-Lou, Levitti, Redwine, Stevie Wright and Studio Ton. It peaked at number 36 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.[2] The album features performances by B-Legit, Celly Cel, Levitti, Funk Mobb, The Mossie, Playaz Tryna Strive, A-1 and Reservoir Hoggz.


Several songs were reproduced on future Sick Wid It releases, including: "Time to Mobb" (It Ain't 4 Play), "Funk Season" (Killa Kali), "Feel Ness Real" (All Frames of the Game), "Can My Nine Get Ate" (The Hemp Museum), "Get a Bar of This Game" (Have Heart Have Money) and "Did Dat" (Paper Chasin' (4Eva Hustlin')). The song, "Get a Bar of This Game" was slightly altered and retitled to, "Show No Shame", when it appeared on The Mossie's debut album in 1997.

Several new groups were introduced on this compilation that would go on to release albums in 1996–1997, including: Funk Mobb (G-Note, K-1 & Mac Shawn) who released It Ain't 4 Play in 1996, Playaz Tryna Strive (Filthy Rich & T-Pup) who released All Frames of the Game in 1996 and The Mossie (Kaveo, Mugzi & Tap Dat Ass) who released Have Heart Have Money in 1997. Although they appeared on several other Sick Wid It releases from the mid-to-late nineties, A-1 (Big Bone & D-Day) waited almost five years to release their debut album, Mash Confusion was released in the summer of 1999. Reservoir Hoggz (Paulay & Rhythm X) never released an album, although Rhythm X had previously released a solo album in 1994 titled, Long Overdue. Levitti was scheduled to release an album in the late nineties titled, So Fly, although that album never saw the light of day.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Performers Producer Time
1 "Intro" B-Legit Studio Ton 2:43
2 "Time to Mobb" Funk Mobb, Little Bruce, Levitti Levitti, K-Lou 4:45
3 "Funk Season" Celly Cel K-Lou, Celly Cel 4:56
4 "Feel Ness Real" Playaz Tryna Strive Filthy Rich 3:49
5 "Can My Nine Get Ate" B-Legit Studio Ton 4:16
6 "All Work No Play" A-1, Levitti Stevie Wright, D. Jones, T. Langford 5:02
7 "Fortune Fuck the Fame" Gangsta P Studio Ton 3:48
8 "Get a Bar of This Game" The Mossie Studio Ton 4:46
9 "Come a New" Levitti Kevin Gardner, Redwine, Levitti 4:05
10 "Did Dat" Suga-T, Levitti E. Baker 3:58
11 "Dopefiction" Reservoir Hoggz K-Lou, R. Parker 4:46
12 "2 Major" Young Dog Dre "Young Dog" Riggins, Damian Law 4:17
13 "It's Going Down" The Union K-Lou 4:30
14 "Outro (Inst.)" Studio Ton 2:49

Chart history[edit]

Chart (1995)[2] Peak
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 36



  1. ^ Review: The Hogg in Me. Allmusic. Retrieved on 2010-02-13.
  2. ^ a b ((( The Hogg in Me > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums ))). All Media Guide, LLC. Retrieved on 2010-02-13.

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