Schoolly D - Welcome To America download album
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Produced by Schoolly D. Album Welcome to America. Welcome To America Lyrics
More albums from Schoolly D: Saturday Night! – The Album by Schoolly D. How A Blackman Feels by Schoolly D. Am I Black Enough For You? by Schoolly D. Jump Ship by Schoolly D. Reservoir Dog by Schoolly D. Smoke Some Kill by Schoolly D. Schoolly-D by Schoolly D. View all albums . Welcome To America. 3. I Know You Want To Kill Me. 4. 5. Niggas Like Me. 6. Gangsta Trippin.
Schoolly D. Welcome To America: Special Advance Copy (Cass, Album, Promo). Columbia, Ruffhouse Records. With Schoolly D having a strong relationship with The Butcher Nicolo (The Head Honcho of Ruffhouse) he ended up releasing this without Ruffhouse/Columbia execs. caring how much times Schoolly D cursed. You have some pretty good moments but many times this album is too bleak, and over-saturated with the same ol same ol of D's elementary rhymes in an advanced world of rap in 94'. A cool part is the fact the this is all live instrumentation though.
Schoolly D is the self-titled debut album by rapper Schoolly D. The album was originally released on Schoolly D records in 1985 and in 1990 on Jive Records, and was produced by Schoolly D and DJ Code Money. The album featured three singles, "Put Your Filas O. ". What Does It Mean?" and "Gucci Time. The album cover featured drawings of a b-boy set against a yellow background. The speech bubbles used proxies for swear words such as "sheet" and "flucking".
Album by Schoolly D. Intro. Gimmie Your Shit Nigga. Motherfuckin D. Stop Frontin.
Welcome to America is the sixth album by rapper Schoolly D. The album was released in 1994 and was his first and only album for Ruffhouse Records. Two singles were released for the album, Welcome to America and Another Sign. The beat on "Wanna Get Dusted" is a slower version of "PSK What Does It Mean?". I Wanna Get Dusted – 4:14. I Know You Want to Kill Me – 3:56.
5. Schoolly D delivers his stories in a 'matter of fact, no nonsense thats just tha life' fashion. There are some pretty sick tracks on this album. Hard beats, deep bass and rock guitar loops all come together to create a very dark and moody atmosphere.
The album cover featured drawings of a B-boy set against a yellow background. The latter was sampled in E-40's song "Stilettos & Jeans" featuring Bobby V, taken from his 2010 album Revenue Retrievin': Night Shift. Note; the tracks "Maniac" and "Gangster Boogie" are included in the UK Cassette release.
|2||I Wanna Get Dusted|
|3||I Know You Want To Kill Me|
|4||Niggas Like Me|
|6||Gimmie Your Shit Nigga|
|7||No Good Nigga|
|8||I Shot Da Bitch|
|11||Peace Of What|
- Backing Vocals – Liane Jamison
- Bass – Chuck Treese, Doug Grigsby
- Co-producer – DJ Code Money (tracks: 3, 7)
- Drums, Backing Vocals – Mary Harris
- Drums, Engineer – Andy "Funky Drummer" Kravitz*
- Engineer – Diane Zaiko, Manny Lecuona, Taj Walton*
- Engineer, Mixed By – Craig Caruth
- Keyboards – Scott Storch
- MC – Sic'nin (Davis) Cheese* (tracks: 3, 5)
- Mixed By – Joe "The Butcher" Nicolo
- Producer, Backing Vocals, Keyboards, Lead Guitar – Mike Tyler (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12)
- Rap, Producer, Mixed By – Schoolly D (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12)
NotesAdvance promo copy
|C 57632||Schooly D*||Welcome To America (LP, Album)||Ruffhouse Records||C 57632||US||1994|
|ACC 57632||Schoolly D||Welcome To America: Special Advance Copy (Cass, Album, Promo)||Columbia, Ruffhouse Records||ACC 57632||US||1994|
|CAS 5687||Schooly D*||Welcome To America (Radio Edit) (LP, Album, Promo)||Ruffhouse Records||CAS 5687||US||1994|
|CK 57632||Schooly D*||Welcome To America (CD, Album)||Ruffhouse Records, Columbia||CK 57632||US||1994|
|CT 57632||Schoolly D||Welcome To America (Cass, Album)||Columbia, Ruffhouse Records||CT 57632||US||1994|