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John P. Kelly [PA]


  • 1. Radio Intro
    2. Lights, Camera, Action!
    3. Mama Say - (featuring Stephen Marley)
    4. Friday Night - (featuring Horace Brown)
    5. Here We Come
    6. Bump Heads - (featuring Big Gipp)
    7. Worldwide Bouncin'
    8. What the F*** Is This?
    9. Till We Meet Aain - (featuring Stephen Marley)
    10. I Remember
    11. Let's Go
    12. F****** With Walt
    13. Unanimous Decision
    14. Major
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 4929

  • Credits
    Producer
    EngineerAlrick Thompson; Mr. Sexxx; Julio Ferrer; Leslie Brathwaite

    Personnel includes: Mr. Cheeks, Big Gipp, Horace Brown, Stephen Marley.
    Producers include: Bink!, Mr. Sexxx, Stephan Marley, Easy Mo Bee, Caspa.
    Personnel includes: Mr. Cheeks, Big Gipp, Horace Brown, Stephen Marley.
    Producers include: Bink!, Mr. Sexxx, Stephan Marley, Easy Mo Bee, Caspa.
    Personnel: Julian Marley, Stephen Marley (keyboards); Stevie J. (programming); Damian "Junior Gong" Marley, Tim Patterson (background vocals).
    Audio Mixers: Doug Wilson; Mr. Sexxx; Leslie Brathwaite.
    Recording information: D.A.R.P. Recording Studios, Atlanta, GA; Hit Factory Criteria, Miami, FL; Honeycomb Studios, New York, NY; Ilus Studio; Marley Music Studio, Jamaica.
    Photographer: Nitin Vadukul.
    While Mr. Cheeks is not short on street cred, his raps are a million miles from the sociopathic tendencies of the gangsta world. The production on JOHN P. KELLY is full of funk and R&B grooves, not ominous, angular gangsta tracks. Sample-wise, Cheeks reaches back to Silver Convention's '70s disco hit "Fly Robin Fly" and Eddie Kendricks's "Keep on Truckin'," and the backbone of these tunes honors those sources. Lyrically, Cheeks is more interested in hanging with his friends and getting friendly with the ladies than engaging in crime or violence. Guest vocals from Stephen Marley (on the appropriately reggae-tinged "Mama Say") and Horace Brown (the R&B-laced "Friday Night") contribute to the album's crossover appeal, but there's not an ounce of compromise to be found in Mr. Cheeks's hip-hop vision.

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