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State of the Arts
Studio album by Afu-Ra
Released July 1, 2005
Genre Hip Hop
Label Decon
Producer Afu-Ra, Bronze Nazareth, Compressor Beats, DJ Kemo, DJ Premier, DJ Roach, Natty Dred, PF Cuttin, Preservation, Eric Weis
Professional reviews
  • RapReviews (7/10) [1]
Afu-Ra chronology
Perverted Monks
(2004)
State of the Arts
(2005)

State of the Arts is the third studio album from hip hop artist Afu-Ra. The album features production from DJ Premier and Bronze Nazareth. It contains guest appearances from Royce Da 5'9", Masta Killa and Gentleman. "God of Rap" was released as a single but failed to chart.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Intro"
  2. "God of Rap"
  3. "Power (Skit #1)"
  4. "Pusha" (feat. Royce Da 5'9")
  5. "Prankster"
  6. "Livin Like Dat" (feat. Masta Killa)
  7. "Rumble"
  8. "Power (Skit #2)"
  9. "Why Cry" (feat. Gentleman)
  10. "Ghetto Hell"
  11. "Cry Baby" (feat. Lady Blue, Q)
  12. "Dynamite"
  13. "Sucka Free"
  14. "Deal wit It" (feat. Kardinal Offishall, Jahdon)
  15. "BK Dance"
  16. "Only U"
  17. "Poisonous Taoist"
  18. "Power (Skit #3)"

Production

  • Afu-Ra – track 1, 3, 8, 18
  • Eric Weis – track 2, 7, 16
  • DJ Roach – track 4
  • PF Cuttin – track 5, 17
  • Bronze Nazareth – track 6
  • DJ Kemo – track 9
  • Natty Dred – track 10
  • Compressor Beats – track 11
  • Preservation – track 12
  • DJ Premier – track 13
  • Curt Cazal – track 14
  • Big Syphe – track 15

References

  1. ^ Review at RapReviews

External links


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