IT WAS ON THIS DATE DEC 8, 2000 REDMAN RELEASED DOC’S DA NAME 1999

Doc’s da Name 2000 is the fourth studio album by American rapper Redman.[9] The album was released on Def Jam Recordings on December 8, 1998. It peaked at number 11 on the US Billboard 200. It was a top seller, being certified platinum for sales of over a million copies.
Doc’s Da 

Professional Ratings

The song “Da Goodness” is sampled in the Barbadian soca beat “Redman/Da Goodness Riddim” in 1999. The song “Let Da Monkey Out” was featured in the 2005 film Syriana.[10]

Commercial performanceEdit
Doc’s da Name 2000 debuted at number 11 on the US Billboard 200 chart, and number one on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, becoming his third number one on the chart.[11] On February 17, 1999, the album was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for sales of over a million copies.[12] The album was certified only two months after being released. As of October 2009, the album has 2,875,000 copies in the United States.[13]

Track listingEditNo.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length1.”Welcome 2 Da Bricks”Reginald NobleReggie Noble1:552.”Let Da Monkey Out”NobleErick Sermon3:353.”I’ll Bee Dat!”NobleRockwilder4:344.”Get It Live”NobleErick Sermon3:265.”Who Took Da Satellite Van? (Skit)”  0:466.”Jersey Yo!”Noble

Reggie Noble

Gov Mattic

3:337.”Cloze Ya Doorz” (featuring Diezzel Don, Double-O, Gov Mattic, Roz and Young Zee)NobleErick Sermon3:598.”I Don’t Kare” 

Erick Sermon

Reggie Noble

3:289.”Boodah Break” Erick Sermon2:1710.”Million Chicken March (2 Hot 4 TV) (Skit)”  1:2111.”Keep On ’99” Erick Sermon4:3012.”Well All Rite Cha” (featuring Method Man) Erick Sermon4:1513.”Pain In Da *** Stewardess (Skit)”  2:0514.”Da Goodness” (featuring Busta Rhymes) Reggie Noble4:1015.”My Zone!” (featuring Markie (aka Mr. Cream)[14]) Reggie Noble2:5416.”Da Da DaHHH” Erick Sermon4:0717.”G.P.N. (Skit)”  2:0718.”Down South Funk” (featuring Erick Sermon and Keith Murray) Erick Sermon3:5119.”D.O.G.S.” Erick Sermon3:5120.”Beet Drop” Reggie Noble1:1821.”We Got Da Satellite Van! (Skit)”  0:5622.”Brick City Mashin’!” Erick Sermon3:1023.”Soopaman Lova IV” (featuring Dave Hollister) Reggie Noble2:3324.”I Got a Seecret” Roni Size3:43

SamplesEdit
Welcome 2 Da Bricks

“Black Wonders of the World” by Billy Paul

Let Da Monkey Out

“Stomp and Buck Dance” by The Crusaders

Get It Live

“Just Rhymin’ With Biz” by Big Daddy Kane

Jersey Yo!

“Shoo-B-Doop and Cop Him” by Betty Davis

I Don’t Kare

“The Champ” by The Mohawks

“Super Thug” by N.O.R.E

“Top Billin'” by Audio Two

Boodah Break

“Beats to the Rhyme” by Run-DMC

“Caught, Can I Get a Witness?” by Public Enemy

Keep On ’99

“Can’t Run, Can’t Hide” by Ray J

“She Swallowed It” by N.W.A

Da Goodness

“Caravan” by Buddy Merrill

“It’s All About the Benjamins” by Puff Daddy

My Zone!

“How I Could Just Kill a Man” by Cypress Hill

Da Da Dahhh

“It’s a Sad Song” by Don Julian

Down South Funk

“La Di Da Di” by Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick

D.O.G.S.

“Ladies in Da House” by Aaliyah

“Atomic Dog” by George Clinton

Brick City Mashin’!

“Genius of Love” by Tom Tom Club

“Triple Threat” by Z-3 MC’s

Soopaman Lova IV

“You’ve Got a Hard Head” by Johnny “Guitar” Watson

I Got a Seecret

“Around the World” by Attilio Mineo

Charts

Weekly Charts

Year end charts

Certifications

See alsoEdit

List of number-one R&B albums of 1998 (U.S.)

ReferencesEdit

^ https://www.allmusic.com/album/da-goodness-us-mw0000732783

^ Allmusic review

^ Robert Christgau review

^ Larkin, Colin (2011). “A Tribe Called Quest”. The Encyclopedia of Popular Music (5th concise ed.). Omnibus Press. ISBN 0-85712-595-8.

^ Los Angeles Times review

^ NME review

^ RapReviews review

^ Rolling Stone review

^ “Doc’s the Name: Redman: Music”. Amazon.com. Retrieved 2012-02-14.

^ “Soundtracks for Syriana”. Redman’s “Let Da Monkey Out”. imdb.com. Retrieved January 2,2017.

^ “Redman – Billboard 200 Chart History”. Retrieved March 1, 2020.

^ “RIAA Certifications – Redman”. Retrieved March 1, 2020.

^ “XXL SCANS: DEF JAM’S ENTIRE DISCOGRAPHY & RECORD SALES”. October 18, 2009. Retrieved March 1, 2020.

^ In the video for Mr. Cream’s song “M R Dot”, he uses the song My Zone as an outro with the words “Redman feat Mr. Cream” written across the screen. He also makes references to it in his lyrics and of course has the same voice. Also see the Redman Revisited episode of MTV Cribs.

^ “Billboard 200 – December, 26, 1998”. Billboard. Retrieved March 1, 2020.

^ “Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums – December, 26, 1998”. Billboard. Retrieved March 1, 2020.

^ “Billboard 200 Albums – Year-End 1999”. Billboard. Retrieved December 5, 2018.

^ “Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums – Year-End 1999”. Billboard. Retrieved December 5,2018.

^ “Canadian album certifications – Redman – Doc’s da Name 2000”. Music Canada.

^ “American album certifications – Redman – Doc’s da Name 2000”. Recording Industry Association of America. If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click SEARCH. 


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