|Latino Velvet Project|
|Studio album by Latino Velvet|
|Released||September 16, 1997
April 14, 1998 (re-release)
|Genre||West Coast hip hop
Lightyear Ent. (re-release)
|Latino Velvet chronology|
|Alternative 1998 re-release cover|
Latino Velvet Clique
|Singles from Latino Velvet Clique|
Latino Velvet Project is the debut
album of West Coast supergroup Latino Velvet. The group
is comprised of Jay Tee
& Baby Beesh. Frost and Don Cisco both make multiple guest
appearances on the album, as well as several other West
Coast heavy-weights. The original version of the album was
released on Swerve Records on September 16, 1997 and was quickly
out-of-print and is now considered rare.
On April 14, 1998 Latino Velvet Project was reissued on Lightyear Entertainment and the cover photo altered and title changed to Latino Velvet Clique.
Original 1997 release on Swerve Records.
1998 re-release on Lightyear Entertainment.
On April 14, 1998 Latino Velvet Project was reissued on Lightyear Entertainment and the cover photo altered and title changed to Latino Velvet Clique. This version includes two new remixes of the song "Raza Park", featuring Frost, Roger Troutman and Don Cisco. The original version of "Raza Park" featuring Don Cisco isn't included here, however it does appear on the 2004 mixtape, Menudo Mix. Other than two other tracks being omitted, "Whuzz' Up Homeboy" and "It Goes Down", the rest of the original 1997 release is available here on Clique.