The Testament (album)
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|Studio album by Cormega|
|Released||February 22, 2005|
|Label||Legal Hustle Records|
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The Testament is the third studio album by Queensbridge rapper Cormega. The album was originally recorded as Cormega's debut album in the mid-90's, and scheduled for a release on Def Jam Records, but was eventually shelved. Cormega, after many years, was finally able to obtain the masters to the album, and released it on his own Legal Hustle imprint in 2005.
The title track appeared on a CD-sampler celebrating the 10 years of Def Jam Recordings, this release lists The Testament original release date to have been September 1, 1998.
|2||"62 Pickup"||C. McKay||Cormega||Cormega|
|3||"One Love"||C. McKay||RNS||Cormega|
|5||"Angel Dust"||C. McKay, K. Muchita||Sha Money XL||Cormega, Havoc|
|6||"Dead Man Walking"||C. McKay||Hot Day, Jae Supreme||Cormega|
|7||"Montana Diary"||C. McKay||Nashiem Myrick||Cormega|
|8||"Testament"||C. McKay||Dave Atkinson||Cormega|
|9||"Testament [Original Version]"||C. McKay||Dave Atkinson||Cormega|
|10||"Every Hood"||C. McKay, B. Washington||Suga Bear||Hussein Fatal, Cormega, Niko|
|11||"Coco Butter"||C. McKay||Prestige||Cormega|
|12||"Killaz Theme"||C. McKay, A. Johnson, K. Muchita||Havoc||Cormega, Mobb Deep|
|13||"Love Is Love"||C. McKay||Nashiem Myrick||Cormega, Tiffany|
|14||"Dead Man Walking 2"||C. McKay||Hot Day, Jae Supreme||Cormega|
- "Dead Man Walking"
- "Got To Find My Own Place" Stanley Clarke
|US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)||76|
|US Independent Albums (Billboard)||46|