IT WAS ON THIS DATE SEPT 22, 1992 HIP HOP DUO SHOWBIZ & A.G. RELEASED THEIR DEBUT ALBUM “RUNAWAY SLAVE”

Runaway Slave is the debut studio album by AMerican hip hop duo Showbiz and A.G.. It was released on September 22, 1992 via Payday/London Records. Production was primarily handled by Showbiz, with the help from fellow D.I.T.C. crew member Diamond D on a couple of tracks. It features guest appearances from Big L, DeShawn, Diamond D, Dres, Lord Finesse, and also includes many interludes between songs that features The Legion, Freddie Foxxx, Fat Joe and Kid Capri.

Professional Ratings

The album was supported by Soul Clap EP, and spawned two singles: “Fat Pockets” and “Bounce Ta This”.

Track listingEdit
All music is composed by Showbiz, except tracks 8 and 14 co-produced by Diamond D.


No. Title Writer(s) Length

1.”Still Diggin'” (featuring Diamond D)

Rodney Lemay

Andre Barnes

Joseph Kirkland

3:42

2.”Fat Pockets”

Lemay

Barnes

3:37

3.”Bounce Ta This” (featuring Dres)

Lemay

Barnes

Andres Titus

3:50

4.”More Than One Way Out of the Ghetto”

Lemay

Barnes

4:28

5.”Silence of the Lambs” (Remix)

Lemay

Barnes

4:49

6.”40 Acres and My Props”

Lemay

Barnes

4:18

7.”Runaway Slave”

Lemay

Barnes

4:50

8.”Hard to Kill”

Lemay

Barnes

Kirkland

5:20

9.”Hold Ya Head”

Lemay

Barnes

4:35

10.”He Say, She Say”

Lemay

Barnes

4:18

11.”Represent” (featuring Big L, DeShawn and Lord Finesse)

Lemay

Barnes

Robert Hall, Jr.

Lamont Coleman

DeShawn Barzey

5:53

12.”Silence of the Lambs”

Lemay

Barnes

5:07

13.”Party Groove” (Bass Mix)

Lemay

Barnes

3:19

14.”Soul Clap” (Short Version)

Lemay

Barnes

Kirkland

4:01

15.”Catchin’ Wreck”

Lemay

Barnes

4:15

16.”Party Groove” (Instrumental)

Lemay

Barnes

3:17

Total length:1:09:34

Personnel

Andre “A.G.” Barnes – vocals (tracks: 2-15)

Rodney “Showbiz” Lemay – vocals (tracks: 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15), producer

Joseph “Diamond D” Kirkland – vocals (track 1), co-producer (tracks: 8, 14)

Andre “Dres” Titus – vocals (track 3)

Robert “Lord Finesse” Hall, Jr. – vocals (track 11)

Lamont “Big L” Coleman – vocals (track 11)

DeShawn “Sunkiss” Barzey – vocals (track 11)

Richard “Dick” Scott March – management

Chart Positions

This is Hip Hop Raised Me The Blog!!!
Where is about The Knowledge, The Culture, & The Lifestyle!!! Where we celebrate the 47 years of the youngest genre of music which is Hip Hop!!!
HIP HOP RAISED ME!!!!

——————————————————–
Posted based on the “fair use” statute/ act. Strictly for Non-Profit and entertainment purposes only.  Subject to copyrights( writing and teaching purposes

#hiphopraisedme #hiphopraisedmeblog
#hiphopraisedmetheblog
#TheknowledgeTheCultureThelifestyle
#blogging #vlog #blogs #news #reviews #journalism #entertainment #author #literature #music #fashion #modeling #culture #education

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s