The Man Not the Dawg

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The Man Not The Dawg
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 5, 2002 (2002-11-05)
Recorded2001-2002
Genre Hip hop
Length54:06
Label A To Z Records
Producer
  • Arlinda Garrett (exec.)
  • Khujo (also exec.)
  • Chris and Scott
  • Ed X
  • Frank Nitti
  • Mark Twayne
  • Whild Peach
Khujo chronology
The Man Not The Dawg
(2002)
G-Level
(2007)

The Man Not The Dawg is the debut solo studio album by American rapper Khujo Goodie. It was released on November 5, 2002 via A To Z Records. Production was handled by Mark Twain, Frank Nitti, Chris and Scott, Whild Peach, and Ed X, with Arlinda Garrett and Khujo serving as executive producers. It features guest appearances from Mark Twayne, Whild Peach, Goodie Mob, Lil' Will, Mr. Murder, Slip Matola, South West Armstrong and Witchdoctor. The album peaked at number 96 on the US Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Intro: Khujo Goodie the Man Not the Dawg..." Willie Knighton  1:44
2."Off Dah R.I.P." (featuring S. W. Armstrong and Mark Twain)
  • W. Knighton
  • M. Knighton
  • Harold Willis
Mark Twain4:41
3."How We Ride in Dah South" (featuring Goodie Mob and Mr. Murder)
Frank Nitti5:30
4."Bendin' Cornas" (featuring Slip Matola and Mark Twain)
  • W. Knighton
  • Slip Matola
  • Willis
Mark Twain4:19
5."Uallreadiekno"W. KnightonMark Twain4:14
6."Lumbah Jaxalipse"W. KnightonChris and Scott (STR Studios)4:10
7."Zone-III" (featuring Lil' Will)W. KnightonW. Knighton3:46
8."Ten Commandment"YWHW 2:00
9."Pimpz and Hoez" (featuring Whild Peach)W. KnightonWhild Peach4:35
10."Tell It"W. KnightonW. Knighton4:26
11."How Long"  1:22
12."Shawtly" (featuring Whild Peach)W. KnightonWhild Peach5:29
13."It's Goin' Down" (featuring Witchdoctor)W. KnightonEd X (Strong House)6:06
14.Untitled  1:44
Total length:54:06

Charts

Chart (2002)Peak
position
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) [1] 96

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