Street Gospel

Street Gospel is the debut album by the American West Coast hip hop artist Suga Free.[2][3] It was released on June 24, 1997. The album was produced by DJ Quik.[4] Notable guests include Playa Hamm, Hi-C, and DJ Quik. The album was recorded in 28 days. The album was also released in a clean version, which is out of print. It peaked at #37 on the Billboard Hot 100.[5]

Street Gospel
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 24, 1997
GenreWest Coast hip hop
LabelPolygram Records
ProducerDJ Quik
Suga Free
Robert Bacon
Suga Free chronology
Street Gospel
The Konnectid Project, Vol. 1
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Track listingEdit

# Title Featured guest(s) Producer Time Samples
1 "Intro" DJ Quik 0:48
2 "Why U Bullshittin'?" DJ Quik 4:25 *"Darling Nikki" by Prince
3 "I'd Rather Give You My Bitch" DJ Quik 5:04 *"Get Down on It" by Kool & the Gang
4 "Doe Doe And A Skunk" DJ Quik 5:08 *"Nights of Pleasure" by Loose Ends
5 "Don't No Suckaz Live Here" Playa Hamm DJ Quik, Robert "Fonksta" Bacon & G-One 5:13
6 "Tip Toe" DJ Quik & Hi-C DJ Quik 5:16
7 "I Wanna Go Home (The County Jail Song)" DJ Quik 3:43
8 "If U Stay Ready" Playa Hamm DJ Quik, Robert "Fonksta" Bacon & G-One 4:47
9 "Fly fo [sic] Life" DJ Quik 4:48
10 "On My Way" El DeBarge DJ Quik 4:29
11 "Secrets" DJ Quik 4:43
12 "Table Interlude" DJ Quik 1:06
13 "Dip Da" DJ Quik, Robert "Fonksta" Bacon & G-One 4:32
14 "Tip Toe (Reprise)" DJ Quik 3:42


  1. ^ "Street Gospel - Suga Free | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic.
  2. ^ Weiss, Jeff (May 10, 2017). "Suga Free's Filthy Classic Street Gospel Influences Everyone From Kendrick to YG". LA Weekly.
  3. ^ "Suga Free Is Pomona's Purveyor of Pimp Rap – OC Weekly".
  4. ^ "Suga Free Talks the Sweet Life". July 28, 2016.
  5. ^ "Suga Free Street Gospel Chart History". Billboard.