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I Go On - MC Lyte - Aint No Other (CD, Album)

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8 comments on “ I Go On - MC Lyte - Aint No Other (CD, Album)
  1. Mejind says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Clean CD release of Ain't No Other on Discogs. Label: First Priority Music - 7 ,Atlantic Street - • Format: CD Album Clean • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Conscious3/5(1).
  2. Kajitaur says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Ain't No Other - MC Lyte on AllMusic - - Whenever a hardcore rapper becomes more.
  3. Voshicage says:
    Jun 17,  · This is the unboxing of the fourth studio album by the american hip-hop artist MC Lyte, released in The album includes the hit "Ruffneck". Tracklist: Intro (Side One) Brooklyn
  4. Fegar says:
    Father's Day, an Album by Father MC. Released 15 October on MCA (catalog no. MCAD; CD). Genres: New Jack Swing, Hip Hop. Featured peformers: Carol Friedman (art direction, photography), Patrick Roques (design), Andre Harrell (executive producer), P. .
  5. Gukinos says:
    Label: First Priority Music - 7 ,Atlantic Street - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Conscious MC Lyte - Ain't No Other (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(21).
  6. Fenrijin says:
    Ain't No Other is the fourth album released by American rapper MC Lyte. It was released on June 22, , on First Priority Music/ Atlantic Records and produced by Audio Two, Backspin, Markell Riley, Franklin Grant, Tyrone Fyffe, "Lil" Chris Smith, Funk, Sir Scratch and Walter "Mucho" Scott.
  7. Aragal says:
    Mc Lyte takes on a more gangsta approach which is evidenced in her first single Ruffneck. Make no mistake about it, she still shows off her MC side on tracks like Brooklyn, What's My Name Yo, Aint No Other, Let Me Adem, Can I Get Some Dap etc. I liked her second single, I Go On even though its a different side of her/5(17).
  8. Mezihn says:
    Dec 31,  · She completely sinks her teeth into every track on this album, from “Brooklyn” to “Ain’t No Other” and even the slowed-down “I Go On.” In a year when Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg were under a storm of criticism for their use of the word “bitch,” Lyte jumped into the fray and completely upended the gender conversation with songs like “F**k That Motherf**king Bitch” and “Steady F**king.”Released on: January 01,