My Own Worst Enemy (album)

My Own Worst Enemy is a collaboration album by Ed O.G. and Pete Rock. It was released in late 2004. The album consists of 10 songs, 7 of them are produced by Pete Rock with additional production from Diamond D and DJ Revolution. Guests include Jaysaun, Masta Ace, Diamond D, and also features Pete Rock rapping.

My Own Worst Enemy
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Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 9, 2004
Recorded2003-2004
GenreHip hop
LabelFat Beats
ProducerPete Rock, DJ Supreme One, Diamond D, DJ Revolution
Ed O.G. & Pete Rock chronology
Wishful Thinking
(2002)
My Own Worst Enemy
(2004)
Stereotypez
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3.5/5 stars link
Rolling Stone4/5 stars link

On September 9, 2014, Ed O.G. reissued the long out of print album on a limited edition cassette on his label 5th & Union Entertainment.[1] The reissue was released on the same day as his 2014 album After All These Years.

Track listingEdit

No.TitleProducerLength
1."Boston"Pete Rock3:24
2."Just Call My Name" (featuring Jaysaun)Pete Rock4:59
3."Voices"Pete Rock5:42
4."School 'Em"Pete Rock3:31
5."Streets Is Callin'" (featuring Diamond D and Jaysaun)Diamond D4:45
6."Pay The Price" (featuring Jaysaun)Pete Rock4:02
7."Wishing" (featuring Masta Ace)DJ Supreme One3:52
8."Right Now!" (featuring Pete Rock)Pete Rock5:07
9."Stop Dat" (featuring Krumb Snatcha and Jaysaun)Pete Rock4:36
10."Revolution"DJ Revolution3:58
12th Anniversary Edition (bonus tracks)
No.TitleProducerLength
11."Shed A Tear"Pete Rock 
12."Wishing (Original Version)" (featuring Masta Ace)DJ Supreme One 
13."Jus Listen"DJ Supreme One 
14."Pete Rock Unreleased Instrumental #1"Pete Rock 
15."Pete Rock Unreleased Instrumental #2"Pete Rock 
16."Shed A Tear (Instrumental)"Pete Rock 

Album singlesEdit

Single information
"Boston"
  • Released: 2004
  • B-side: "Stop Dat"

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "EDO.G & Pete Rock: My Own Worst Enemy". ughh.com. Underground Hip Hop. Retrieved 2014-09-27.