Lords Of The Underground - What I'm After download album
Lords of the Underground. Album Keepers of the Funk. What I'm After Lyrics. That's what I'm after tell me what I'm after (I'm after the gold then after that the platinum) That's what I'm after tell me what I'm after (I'm after the gold then after that the platinum) That's what I'm after tell me what I'm after (I'm after. If it's hip hop that makes yo knees knock, turn us up box I know you peep the sound, it's the Lords on the block It's the list now this is how I live now, making people Get down to my funky sound Ever since I heard the sound I wanted to be down Here's my. demo tape won't you please pass it down?
What I'm After" is the second single released from the Lords of the Underground's second album, Keepers of the Funk. Produced by K-Def, with the group serving as co-producers, "What I'm After" was a minor hit on the rap charts, peaking at 32 on the chart. The song samples Trouble Funk's "Pump Me Up" and fellow New Jersey native Redman's "Tonight's da Night".
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The Lords of the Underground (. is a hip-hop trio based in Newark, New Jersey. MCs Mr. Funke and DoItAll Dupré met DJ Lord Jazz (a native of Cleveland) when all three were undergraduates at Shaw University. Fellow New Jersey rapper Redman served as one of the groups early DJ's. The group released their debut album, Here Come the Lords on March 9, 1993 with production handled by Marley Marl and K-Def. The album peaked at 66 on the Billboard 200 and featured five charting singles, including the group's signature song, "Chief Rocka"
The line Im after the gold and after that the platinum was sampled in the hook for the song What Im After by fellow New Jersey natives Lords of the Underground. It has been featured on many compilations including Hip Hop Forever, Def Jams Greatest Hits, Hardcore and Da Undaground Sound, Vo., MC Eihts song One Less Nigga mentions this at one point when the line Tonights the night, like Redman is recited. 9. Chief Rocka – Chief Rocka is the third single released from the Lords of the Undergrounds debut album, Here Come the Lords. The song was produced and featured scratches by K-Def, with K-Def, Chief Rocka became the groups most successful single and has become their signature song.
|A1||What I'm After (Rumble Mix)||4:19|
|A2||What I'm After (TV Mix)||4:19|
|A3||What I'm After (A Cappella)||4:04|
|B1||What I'm After (Extended DJ Mix)||5:52|
|B2||What I'm After (Instrumental)||4:19|
|B3||What I'm After (Beat Box Bonus Beats)||2:19|
- Co-producer – Lords Of The Underground
- Performer [Pump Me Up] – Trouble Funk
- Performer [Tonight's Da Night] – Redman
- Producer – Kevin "K-Def" Hansford*
- Recorded By – K-Def
- Written-By – Al-Terik Wardrick*, Dupre Kelly*, Kevin "K-Def" Hansford*
- Written-by [Pump Me Up] – E. Nixon*, R. Reed*, T. Reed*, T. Fisher*
- Written-by [Tonight's Da Night] – J. Stone*, R. Noble*, R. James*
NotesManufactured By EMI Music Special Markets.
All Tracks (P)1995 Capitol Records, Inc.
What I'm After 12" originally released in 1995 on Pendulum Records as 58321.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other: Runouts A: S-57447 72438-72691-A
- Other: Runouts B: S-57447 72438-72691-B
|Y-58321||Lords Of The Underground||What I'm After (12")||Pendulum Records||Y-58321||US||1995|
|Y-58321||Lords Of The Underground||What I'm After (12", TP)||Pendulum Records||Y-58321||US||1995|
|DPRO 19958||Lords Of The Underground||What I'm After (CD, Single, Promo)||Pendulum Records||DPRO 19958||US||1995|
|Y-58321||Lords Of The Underground||What I'm After (12", Unofficial)||Pendulum Records||Y-58321||UK||Unknown|
|SPRO-19958||Lords Of The Underground||What I'm After (Remix) (12", EP, TP)||Pendulum Records||SPRO-19958||US||1995|