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Various - Boyz N The Hood (Music From The Motion Picture) [1991]

Various - Boyz N The Hood (Music From The Motion Picture) [1991]

Rap, Hip Hop, RnB / Release On: July 9, 1991
(0 Reviews) May 18, 2024
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Genre
Rap, Hip Hop, RnB
Posted On
May 18, 2024
Released On
July 9, 1991
Styles
Rap Hip Hop RnB
File Size
135,6 MB
Views & Downloads
2,321
Posted By
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Quality
Mp3
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Various - Boyz N The Hood (Music From The Motion Picture) [1991]

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Boyz N The Hood (Music From The Motion Picture)" is the soundtrack album for the 1991 film "Boyz N The Hood," directed by John Singleton. The soundtrack was released on July 9, 1991, by Qwest Records and Warner Bros. Records. It features a collection of hip hop, R&B, and soul tracks that reflect the themes and atmosphere of the movie.

Release Date: July 9, 1991

Label: Qwest Records, Warner Bros. Records

Genre: Rap, Hip hop, R&B, Soul

Notable Artists: Ice Cube, Tevin Campbell, Yo-Yo, Compton's Most Wanted, Tony! Toni! Toné!, Monie Love, Hi-Five, Too $hort, 2 Live Crew, Quincy Jones, Stanley Clarke

Producer(s):  Various, including notable producers like DJ Pooh, Ice Cube, and Stanley Clarke.

Track Listing:

1. Ice Cube – How To Survive In South Central / Producer – Ice Cube, Sir Jinx / 3:40

2. Tevin Campbell – Just Ask Me To / Producer – Al B. Sure!, Kyle West / 4:08

3. Yo-Yo – Mama Don't Take No Mess / Producer – DJ Pooh, Rashad Coes / 4:05

4. Compton's Most Wanted – Growin' Up In The Hood / Producer – DJ Slip (3), The Unknown DJ / 4:13

5. Main Source – Just A Friendly Game Of Baseball (Remix) / Producer – Main Source / 4:02

6. Tony! Toni! Toné! – Me & You / Producer – Raphael Wiggins / 4:11

7. Monie Love – Work It Out / Producer – Craig King, Jeff Townes / 4:15

8. Kam (2) – Every Single Weekend / Producer – DJ Pooh, Rashad Coes / 4:37

9. Hi-Five – Too Young / Producer – Carl Bourelly / 4:35

10. The 2 Live Crew – Hangin' Out / Producer – Mike "Fresh" McCray / 2:36

11. Too Short – It's Your Life / Producer – Keenan "The Maestro" Foster, Too Short / 4:47

12. Force One Network – Spirit (Does Anyone Care?) / Producer – Force One Network / 4:19

13. Quincy Jones – Setembro / Producer – Quincy Jones / 5:07

14. Stanley Clarke – Black On Black Crime / Producer – Stanley Clarke / 4:36

Album Significance:

Cultural Impact: The soundtrack played a significant role in capturing the essence of the early 90s Los Angeles, particularly the South Central area, and is a reflection of the urban struggles depicted in the film.

Commercial Success: The album was well-received and contributed to the film's overall impact, helping to cement the legacy of "Boyz N The Hood" in both music and film history.

Awards: The film itself received critical acclaim and was nominated for several awards, with the soundtrack being an integral part of its storytelling.

Overview:

The soundtrack of "Boyz N The Hood" is a powerful compilation that not only complements the film's narrative but also stands on its own as a significant piece of the early 90s music scene. With contributions from a variety of artists, it showcases a blend of styles that were prevalent in the era, making it a memorable and influential album.

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