Grand Puba - Up & Down download album
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One of the most influential rappers of the early 1990s, Grand Puba rose to fame as the leader of the group Brand Nubian before releasing several hits as a solo artist. He was also instrumental in the early career of R&B icon Mary J. Bilge. The album spawned two top five rap hits, Slow Down and Wake Up. Puba also produced the majority of the album.
This Grand Puba discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Grand Puba albums can be found at the top of the list . This Grand Puba discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Grand Puba albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Grand Puba singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.
Maxwell Dixon (born March 4, 1966), known professionally as Grand Puba is an American rapper and emcee best known as a member of the group Brand Nubian from New Rochelle, New York. He made his debut as Grand Puba Maxwell with the group Masters of Ceremony. Its album Dynamite (1988) was hailed by critics, but because of lack of sales the group soon disbanded and Puba became the lead emcee of Brand Nubian.
Grand Puba is premiering his Black From The Future album stream exclusively through HipHopDX. The project’s cover art and tracklist are also below. The Brand Nubian member produced three of the project’s 12 tracks. Big Spoxx produced five cuts, while PhD produced three and Vance Wright produced the other. After recording and producing as a member of Masters Of Ceremony on 1988’s Dynamite album and Brand Nubian on 1990’s One For All album, Grand Puba embarked upon a solo career in 1992, releasing his Reel To Reel album that year
Grand Puba is an underground emcee best known as a member of the group Brand Nubian. He made his debut with the group Masters of Ceremony. Its album Dynamite was hailed by critics, but probably due to lack of sales, the group soon disbanded, and Puba emerged as the lead emcee of Brand Nubian. After their innovative and versatile debut album One for All Puba left the group after disputes with its other members and embarked on a solo career. Soul Controller 11. Proper Education 12. Back It Up 13. Baby, What’s Your Name ? 14. 360 (What Goes Around) (SD50 Remix Version) (Bonus Track) 15.
|A1||Up & Down||3:09|
|A2||Up & Down (Radio Mix)||3:13|
|B1||Up & Down (Instrumental)||3:09|
|B2||Up & Down (Acapella)||2:49|
- Co-producer – Grand Puba
- Executive-producer – Grand Puba
- Producer – Lord Jamar
- Written-By, Arranged By, Performer – Grand Puba
Notescomes in black generic sleeve
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: UP & DOWN-A
- Matrix / Runout: UP & DOWN-B
- Barcode: 804777000016
|Koch Records||Grand Puba||Up & Down (CD, Promo)||Rising Son Records||Koch Records||US||2001|
|KOC-12-8248||Grand Puba||Up & Down (12", Promo)||Koch Records||KOC-12-8248||US||2001|
|KOC-SI-8248||Grand Puba||Up & Down (12")||Koch Records||KOC-SI-8248||US||2001|