DJ Quik - Balance & Options (Sampler) album FLAC
Do Whutcha Want, 16. Well, 17. Quik’s Groove V, 18. Do I Love Her?, 19. Tha Divorce Song, 20. Balance & Options (Outro). More albums from DJ Quik: Sky by DJ Quik. Rhythm-Al-Ism by DJ Quik. The Midnight Life by DJ Quik. The Book Of David by DJ Quik. Quik Is The Name by DJ Quik. Safe + Sound by DJ Quik. The Best Of DJ Quik – Da Finale by DJ Quik. Way 2 Fonky by DJ Quik. View all albums . Balance & Options.
Executive Producer – DJ Quik. Recorded By – DJ Quik. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Like 1998's Rhythm-al-ism, Balance & Options is yet another star-filled joint for DJ Quik. Featuring appearances from AMD, Erick Sermon, Skaboobie, James DeBarge, the long-lost Digital Underground, and Raphael, Quik comes correct with tracks like "U Ain't Fresh" and "Do Watcha Want.
Quik continues the musicality from Rhythm-al-ism on this Balance & Options album. He combines sparse tracks like Do I Love Her? with lush string-filled productions such as Well. While he moved on from his beef with MC Eiht, DJ Quik took some subliminal shots at Dr. Dre on U Ain’t Fresh! He also pays homage to a couple of his fallen musical influences, flipping fellow Compton native Eazy-E’s song Eazy-er Said Than Dunn and recording a talkbox tribute to the recently deceased Roger Troutman on Roger’s Groove. Quik was also using this album as a showcase for Compton rapper Mausberg, who is featured on four of the album’s 20 songs. While the duo was working on Mausberg’s debut album, Non-Fiction, he was killed on July 4, 2000, two months after the release of this album.
As DJ Quik began to work on his third album, he started working with Suge Knight again. Their relationship dates back to 1988, before he sought refuge with a major label. He was signed to Suge's independent label Funky Enough Records in 1988. The arrangement proved to be short lived. That year, saw the release of rapper Mausberg's album, and DJ Quik's Balance & Options. Also production with Whitney Houston, Erick Sermon, 8Ball & MJG, Xzibit and AMG. After the lackluster sales of only 400,000 units of his fifth album, he was dropped by Arista Records, which had bought Profile Records.
You can get here Balance & Options Album Lyrics, Tracklist, Videos, Cover Picture and More. Dj Quik Rhythm-al-ism. Dj Quik Safe & Sound. Dj Quik Quik Is The Name. Dj Quik Under Tha Influence. Dj Quik Born and Raised in Compton: The Greatest Hits.
Change da Game (featuring Mausberg). Did Y'all Feel Dat? (featuring Mausberg and Skaboobie). We Came 2 Play (featuring AMG and James DeBarge). I Don't Wanna Party wit U. Motex Records I (Interlude). How Come? U Ain't Fresh! (featuring Erick Sermon and Kam). Motex Records II (Interlude). Quikker Said Than Dunn. Straight from the Streets (Interlude). Speak on It (featuring AMG and Mausberg).
|1||Pitch In Ona Party||2:44|
|2||Pitch In Ona Party (Part II)||1:30|
|4||U Ain't Fresh!||4:01|
|5||Quikker Said Than Dunn||3:38|
|6||Speak On It||1:53|
- Executive Producer – DJ Quik
- Producer – DJ Quik
- Recorded By – DJ Quik
|PRPCD-7415||DJ Quik||Balance & Options (Sampler) (CD, Promo, Smplr)||Arista||PRPCD-7415||US||2000|