Various - Boyz In Effect album download
|A1||–Jam K. Whiz||Whiz Going Off||4:19|
|A4||–Dwayne Gore aka Prince Ice||Childish Love||7:37|
|B1||–Da Q||Go With The Flow||4:44|
|B2||–Clash T||Non Stop||3:24|
|B3||–Boyz Unlimited Powerhouse DJ's||Boyz Going Off||5:00|
- Engineer – Steve Smith
- Producer – T & J Productions
Boyz Unlimited Powerhouse DJ's. Boyz Going Off. 5:00. Engineer – Steve Smith (27). Producer – T & J Productions.
Very obscure random rap EP entitled Boyz in Effect on the B-U Records label – release date in 1989. Not 100% on the origins of the label but I’m guessing it’s either Columbia, South Carolina or possibly from somewhere out of Florida. Awesome lo-fi hard electro production. Features tracks from six different groups. Track listing is as follows: Whiz Going Off – Jam K. Whiz, Schooling- Five Point-O, Hyped- D-Twice, Childish Love- Prince Ice, Go With the Flow – Da Q, Non-Stop – Clash T, Boyz Going Of- Boyz Unlimited Powerhouse. Ultra rare and no reserve. Al Kapone Da Resurrection.
1991 soundtrack album by Various artists. Boyz N the Hood (Music From the Motion Picture). Soundtrack album by. Various artists. Boyz N the Hood (Music From the Motion Picture) is the soundtrack to John Singleton's 1991 film Boyz n the Hood. It was released on July 9, 1991 through Qwest Records with distribution via Warner Bros. Records, and contains mostly hip hop music.
Boyz II Men's first album, Cooleyhighharmony, was released on Motown in 1991 and was produced by Michael Bivins. Cooleyhighharmony's drum-heavy new jack swing sound and multi-layered sampled backdrops were similar to that of Bell Biv DeVoe's own work, but featured classic-soul styled vocals in place of BBD's rapping and brassier singing. Motown issued The Remix Collection, a compilation of remixes of various Boyz II Men songs from Cooleyhighharmony and II. The group itself had opposed the release of the collection, because they felt the compilation did not represent Boyz II Men's best work. After the label released the album without their permission, there was a dispute between the company and the group.
OutKast "Two Dope Boyz (In a Cadillac)" (1996). ATLiens was OutKast's chance to prove that the critical attention their debut record garnered was no fluke, and album opener "Two Dope Boyz (In a Cadillac)" managed to do just that. From Big Boi's statement of purpose ("Every time I rhyme for y'all, I'm looking to prove a point") to beat's haunting two-note vocal sample to Andre's live-wire freestyle that closes out the song, "Two Dope Boyz" had a coiled, tense energy, only relieved by the sound effect that cuts off the chorus. to bring it to a conclusion.
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