Hobo Junction – The Cleaners


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1 Fa Sho’ 03:43
2 Da Flipsta’ 04:19
3 Ridin’ Hot 03:56
4 GreenLite Monks (Street) 04:14
5 Situation Critical 03:12
6 Fightin’ Sh#* 03:47
7 On A Scope 03:55
8 I’ve Been Through It 04:26
9 Family Sh%# 03:37
10 The Harvest 03:40
11 Oh Yeah! 03:40
12 GreenLite Monks (Hip-Hop) 03:36
13 Martian Steel Blazin’ 05:01
14 Da Real Deal 02:37
15 Step Forward 04:13


“The Cleaners” is the debut studio album by the talented rap group Hobo Junction, hailing from Oakland, California. Released on November 21, 2000, by Hobo Records, the album showcases the group’s unique style and lyrical prowess, making it a noteworthy addition to the hip-hop scene.

Comprised of 15 tracks, “The Cleaners” features the creative input of group members Big Nous, Eye Cue, Hasaan Mahmoud, James Carson, Jay-Z, Mahasin, Plan Bee, Poke Martian, Rashinel, Reggie Gibson, The D.A., and Third Raill Vic. The album is a testament to the group’s versatility and ability to collaborate effectively, resulting in a cohesive and compelling listening experience.

Key tracks on the album include “Fa Sho’,” “Da Flipsta’,” “Ridin’ Hot,” “GreenLite Monks (Street),” “Situation Critical,” “Fightin’ Sh#*,” “On A Scope,” “I’ve Been Through It,” “Family Sh%#,” “The Harvest,” “Oh Yeah!,” “GreenLite Monks (Hip-Hop),” “Martian Steel Blazin’,” “Da Real Deal,” and “Step Forward.” These songs demonstrate the group’s ability to combine hard-hitting beats with thought-provoking lyrics, creating an album that appeals to both the mind and body.

Mastered at Last Minute Studios, “The Cleaners” was produced by Bignous, C. Broady, J Groove, Poke Martian, and Protest. The album’s graphics and layout were designed by Brand1Design, giving the project a polished and professional appearance that matches the quality of its content.

“The Cleaners” serves as an impressive debut for Hobo Junction, establishing them as a force to be reckoned with in the hip-hop community. Their unique sound and creative collaboration make this album an essential listen for fans of the genre and a testament to the group’s potential for future success.



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