King Tee – Ruff Rhymes


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1 Act A Fool 04:19
2 Bass 04:43
3 Played Like A Piano 04:59
4 Ruff Rhyme (Back Again) 03:32
5 Payback’s A Mutha 04:34
6 At Your Own Risk 04:06
7 Guitar Playin’ 05:23
8 Diss You 04:16
9 Can This Be Real? 03:46
10 Bus Dat Ass 04:16
Featuring – Tha Alkaholiks
11 The Coolest 05:19
12 Just Clowning 04:41
13 Got It Bad Y’all 04:47
Featuring – Tha Alkaholiks
14 Ya Better Bring A Gun 03:43
Featuring – Mixmaster Spade, The Compton


“Ruff Rhymes” is a compilation album by Compton, California rapper King Tee, released on November 3, 1998, by Capitol Records. The album consists of 14 tracks that highlight the best of King Tee’s career up to that point, showcasing his gangsta rap style and exceptional lyricism.

Featuring tracks like “Act A Fool,” “Bass,” and “Played Like a Piano,” “Ruff Rhymes” demonstrates King Tee’s versatility as an artist, as well as his ability to create memorable hooks and catchy beats. The compilation album includes collaborations with fellow rappers Breeze, Ice Cube, Tha Alkaholiks, Mixmaster Spade, and The Compton Posse, adding depth and variety to the listening experience.

Notable songs on the album include “Payback’s A Mutha,” “At Your Own Risk,” “Guitar Playin’,” and “Diss You.” King Tee’s storytelling prowess is on full display in tracks like “Can This Be Real?” and “Bus Dat Ass,” featuring Tha Alkaholiks. The compilation also features party anthems like “The Coolest,” “Just Clowning,” and “Got It Bad Y’all,” again featuring Tha Alkaholiks.

The compilation was produced by DJ Rodger C, with associate production by Scotty D. Spencer, and features production from renowned producers such as Bilal Bashir, DJ Pooh, King Tee, Marley Marl, and Tha Alkaholiks. The album was mastered at Capitol Studios by Odea Murphy and features executive production by Tom Cartwright.

“Ruff Rhymes” is an essential collection for fans of King Tee and West Coast hip-hop, serving as a testament to the rapper’s impressive career and influential contributions to the genre.



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