You Better Ask Somebody

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You Better Ask Somebody
Yo-Yo - You Better Ask Somebody.jpg
Studio album by Yo-Yo
Released June 22, 1993
Recorded 1992–1993
Genre Hip hop
Length 44:31
Label East West America/Atlantic Records
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Producer Ice Cube
QDIII
Laylaw
The Baker Boys
Derrick McDowell
Mister Woody
Tootie
Yo-Yo chronology
Black Pearl
(1992)
You Better Ask Somebody
(1993)
Total Control
(1996)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

You Better Ask Somebody is the third album by Yo-Yo. It was released on June 22, 1993, on East West America/Atlantic Records and featured production by Ice Cube, N.W.A producer Laylaw, the Baker Boys, Derrick McDowell, Mister Woody and Tootie. The album peaked at #107 on the Billboard 200 and #21 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Two hit singles were taken from the album, "West Side Story", which reached #14 on the Hot Rap Singles, and "The Bonnie and Clyde Theme", which peaked at #1 on the Hot Rap Singles and featured Ice Cube.

Song Producer Guest Appearances
1. "IBWin' Wit My Crew" QDIII
2. "Can You Handle It" The Baker Boys and Ice Cube
3. "West Side Story" Lay Low, Ice Cube, and Derrick McDowell
4. "Mackstress" Ice Cube, Krazy Toons, and QDIII
5. "20 Sack" QDIII
6. "You Better Ask Somebody" QDIII and Ice Cube
7. "They Shit Don't Stink" The Baker Boys and Ice Cube Background vocals by Ice Cube
8. "Letter To The Pen" Tootie and Ice Cube Martin Lawrence
9. "Give It Up" Mr. Woody
10. "Pass It On" Pockets and Ice Cube Nick Nack, Lady T, Chann, Sukii, Shorty, and Dawn
11. "Girls Got A Gun" QDIII and Ice Cube
12. "The Bonnie and Clyde Theme" Pockets Ice Cube

Charts[edit]

Chart (1993) Peak
position
US Billboard 200[2] 107
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)[3] 21

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