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The Reformation
Studio album by Bishop Lamont
Released 2010
Recorded 2007 - 2010
Genre West Coast hip hop
Label EMI/Warner Bros. Records
Producer Dr. Dre, DJ Khalil, Pete Rock, Scott Storch, DJ Premier

The Reformation is the debut album by West Coast rapper Bishop Lamont, A street single: "Grow Up" produced by Dr. Dre, was released in late 2008 and reached #121 on the R&B charts, just off of airplay. The album was supposed to be released at 2009 under an association with Aftermath Entertainment/Interscope Records, executive produced by Dr. Dre, but the album was not complete, and Bishop Lamont left Aftermath/Interscope in December 2009. He signed a contract with EMI and Warner Bros. Records, which will also be the label releasing the album.

Production & Recording

Grow Up, Hallellujah with Xzibit and No Stoppin' Carson, all three produced by Dr. Dre are all confirmed tracks to be on the album[1]. In January 2010 Bishop Lamont signed to EMI Music and Warner Bros. Records, and got new productions projects coming from producers like Sean C & LV, Mike Lynn, Rick Rock, 253, The Neptunes producer Chad Hugo and other non-popular producers, he also will put some songs produced by Dr. Dre, unknown by the people and never released before. Also Aftermath members were planned to be included as guest appareances in the album, like 50 Cent, Eminem, Hayes, Bishop Lamont, and Cashis, but it was cancelled, after leaving Aftermath.

Recorded Tracks

  • "Grow Up" (Produced by Dr. Dre)
  • "Hallellujah" (featuring Xzibit) (Produced by Dr. Dre)
  • "No Stoppin' Carson" (Produced by Dr. Dre)
  • "Money Over Everything" (featuring Paul Wall)[2]




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