First time on vinyl since its original 1993 pressing!
CB4 is the soundtrack to the comedy film of the same name. The movie primarily parodies the rap group N.W.A
among other gangsta rap aspects. Blackstreet's "Baby Be Mine" was the charting single. Three songs were credited
to the fictional CB4 group from the movie — the trio consisted of Chris Rock and rappers, Daddy-O and Hi-C.
The album was originally released on March 2, 1993 through MCA Records and was almost entirely hip hop music. The album did fairly well, peaking at No. 41 on the Billboard 200 and No. 13 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Blackstreet's "Baby Be Mine" was the lone charting single, making it to No. 17 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks.
Continuing with its Respect The Classics campaign Universal Music Enterprises is reissuing this classic album back on vinyl for the first time since it's original pressing in 1993.
|1. The 13th Message|
|2. Livin’ In A Zoo|
|3. Black Cop|
|4. May Day On The Front Line|
|5. Stick ‘Em Up|
|6. Sneaking Up On Ya|
|8. Nocturnal Is In The House|
|9. Baby Be Mine|
|10. It’s Alright|
|11. Sweat Of My Balls|
|12. Straight Out Of Locash|
|13. Rapper’s Delight|