Mr. Lunasicc

Mr. Lunasicc is the debut album by American rapper, Lunasicc. It was released July 8, 1997, on AWOL Records and distributed by Noo Trybe Records. The album features production from DJ Daryl, Bobby G, Willie Trump Tight Charles and Pizzo. It peaked at number 92 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.[1] One single was released, "Hard Times" featuring Probable Cauze and Ephriam Galloway, which peaked at No. 8 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, making it each of the artists' only charting single to date.[2]

Mr. Lunasicc
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Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 8, 1997
Recorded1997
GenreWest Coast hip hop, gangsta rap
Length77:11
LabelAWOL Records, Noo Trybe Records
ProducerWillie Trump Tight Charles, The Boogie Man, DJ Daryl, Dr. Bumpinstein, D-Wiz, Freddie "T" Smith (exec.), Pizzo, Skillz, Troy B.
Lunasicc chronology
Mr. Lunasicc
(1997)
A Million Words, a Million Dollars
(1998)

Track listingEdit

  1. "The Funk is On" (featuring C-Bo & Marvaless) - 4:15
  2. "Gangsta Shit" (featuring Pizzo, Levitti & Lil Ric) - 5:47
  3. "Consequences" (featuring Laroo) - 5:02 produce by Willie Trump Tight Charles
  4. "Mobbin' in da 916" - 4:56 produce by Willie Trump Tight Charles
  5. "Pose No Threat" (featuring Da Misses) - 4:51 produce by Willie Trump Tight Charles)
  6. "Hard Times" (featuring Probable Cauze & Ephriam Galloway) - 4:28
  7. "What U Ask Foe" - 4:17 produce by Willie Trump Tight Charles
  8. "Mr. Lunasicc" - 4:47 produce by Willie Trump Tight Charles
  9. "So Serious" (featuring Da Misses) - 4:37 produce by Willie Trump Tight Charles
  10. "Hardcore Nigga" - 4:17
  11. "It Don't Stop" (featuring Killa Tay & Marvaless) - 5:13
  12. "Capp Pillas" (featuring Laroo, Flow & Pizzo) - 5:54
  13. "Don't Want No Funk" (featuring Blacc) - 5:15 produce by Willie Trump Tight Charles
  14. "Face Reality" (featuring 151) - 4:29 D-Whiz, produce by Willie Trump Tight Charles
  15. "Betta Get Her" (featuring Probable Cauze) - 4:39
  16. "4 tha Bizzness" (featuring Laroo & JT the Bigga Figga) - 4:23

Chart historyEdit

Chart (1997) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums[1] 92

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