Old School Flava

Old School Flava is the second studio album by American hip hop group the Treacherous Three. It was released in 1994 via Wrap Records and was produced by DJ Easy Lee, Ced Gee, Clark Kent, Joseph Carne, Ken Fambro, Kool Moe Dee, LA Sunshine, Rahiem, Special K, Jasz and T La Rock. It featured guest appearances from Big Daddy Kane, Chuck D, Doug E. Fresh, Grandmaster Caz, Heavy D, Melle Mel and Tito.

Old School Flava
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Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 21, 1994
Recorded1993–1994
GenreHip hop
Length47:09
LabelWrap Records
Producer
Treacherous Three chronology
The Treacherous Three
(1984)
Old School Flava
(1994)
Turn It Up
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic2/5 stars[1]
Robert ChristgauB+[3]
Entertainment WeeklyB–[2]

Track listingEdit

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Old School Flava"5:08
2."We Come Phat"
  • K. Keaton
  • L. Hill
  • M. Dewese
Joseph Carne4:13
3."Lower the Boom"
  • K. Keaton
  • L. Hill
  • M. Dewese
  • Ken Fambro
  • The Treacherous Three
5:01
4."The Mic Wreckers"
  • K. Keaton
  • L. Hill
  • M. Dewese
Rahiem4:34
5."Mo' Money Mo'"M. Dewese
4:58
6."Ain't Nothin' Changed"
  • K. Keaton
  • L. Hill
  • M. Dewese
Ced-Gee5:59
7."Sun Is Up"K. Keaton
4:34
8."We Wit It" (featuring Big Daddy Kane, Chuck D, Heavy D, Melle Mel, Tito)
Ken Fambro4:20
9."A True Story"L. HillKen Fambro3:41
10."Feel the New Heartbeat" (featuring Doug E. Fresh)
  • K. Keaton
  • L. Hill
  • M. Dewese
Clark Kent4:41
Total length:47:09

PersonnelEdit

  • Mohandas Dewese – main artist, producer, mixing (tracks: 1–2, 4–6)
  • Kevin Keaton – main artist, producer, mixing (track 7)
  • Lamar Hill – main artist, producer
  • Theodore Moyé – executive producer, mixing (tracks: 3–4, 6, 8–10)
  • Antonio Hardy – featured artist (track 8)
  • Carlton Douglas Ridenhour – featured artist (track 8)
  • Dwight Errington Myers – featured artist (track 8)
  • Melvin Glover – featured artist (track 8)
  • Wilfredo Dones – featured artist (track 8)
  • Curtis Fisher – featured artist (track 8)
  • Douglas E. Davis – featured artist (track 10)
  • John Otto – guitar (track 1), artwork
  • Jimmy O'Neill – bass (track 2), mixing (tracks: 1–2, 5, 7), recording
  • Ken Fambro – producer (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 8–9)
  • Rodolfo Antonio Franklin – producer & mixing (track 10)
  • Cedric Ulmont Miller – producer (track 6)
  • Guy Todd Williams – producer (track 4)
  • Joseph Carne – producer (track 2)
  • Clarence Ronnie Keaton – additional producer (track 7)
  • Jasz – co-producer (track 7)
  • Butch Williams – mixing (track 10)
  • Bruce Powell Bennett – recording
  • Joseph Saddler – recording
  • Tony Smalios – recording
  • John Briglevich – recording
  • Mark Allen – assistant engineer
  • Steve Briglevich – assistant engineer
  • Scott Eraas – assistant engineer
  • Tamara Rafkin – photography

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Old School Flava - Treacherous Three". Allmusic. Retrieved November 27, 2017.
  2. ^ Bernard, James (1994). "Old School Flava EW.com". Entertainment Weekly. No. March 25. Retrieved November 27, 2017.
  3. ^ Christgau, Robert. "Robert Christgau: CG: The Treacherous Three". Robert Christgau. Retrieved November 27, 2017.

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