Mr. Magic: Mr. Magic's Rap Attack Volume 3, Tape
Mr. Magic: Mr. Magic's Rap Attack Volume 3, Tape
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Mr. Magic
Mr. Magic's Rap Attack Volume 3

  • Compact Cassette
  • United States
  • Profile Records
  • (PCT-1249)
  • 12 Tracks
  • UPC 015151124949
  • M- / M-
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Dana Dane
Cinderfella Dana Dane

Written By
5:24
A2

Derek B
Get Down

Producer
  • Simon Harris
  • Derek Boland
Written By
5:40
A3

Salt N Pepa
Tramp

Written By
3:29
A4

Eric B & Rakim
I Ain't No Joke

Producer
  • Eric B & Rakim
Written By
3:54
A5

Surf MC's
Boomin' It

Producer
  • Norman Kerner
Written By
4:26
A6

King Sun
D-Moet
Hey Love

Producer
  • Anthony Moody
  • Cutmaster D.C.
Written By
6:05
B1

Run DMC
You Be Illin' (Remix)

Producer
  • Rick Rubin
  • Russell Simmons
Written By
3:30
B2

The Classical Two
New Generation

Producer
  • Teddy Riley
Written By
4:42
B3

Sweet Tee
It's Like That Ya'll

Producer
  • Steevee-O
Written By
4:57
B4

Epmd
It's My Thing

Producer
  • Epmd
Written By
5:50
B5

Spyder-D
DJ Doc
How Ya Like Me Now

Producer
  • Spyder-D
Written By
4:40
B6

Roxanne Shante
Have A Nice Day

Producer
  • Marley Marl
Written By
5:13

Credits

Mastered By
  • Howie Weinberg
Producer
  • Hurby Luv Bug

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