Tightwork 3000

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Tightwork 3000
Tightwork 3000.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 12, 2000
Recorded2000
Genre Hip hop, Southern rap, Miami bass
Length57:42
Label RCA
Producer 95 South
95 South chronology
One Mo' 'Gen
(1995)
Tightwork 3000
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Tightwork 3000 is the third and final album by Southern Rap group 95 South, released on September 12, 2000. It was a commercial and critical failure, as it failed to chart and did not get good reviews, including a one-and-a-half-star review from AllMusic. [1] Two singles, "Tightwork" and "Wet-n-Wild", were released from the album and also failed to chart.

Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."Tightwork"4:17
2."Wet-n-Wild"3:40
3."Everything Fre"1:20
4."Boon-Key Drop"3:51
5."Tightwork (Dat's Dat SSHHH)"4:33
6."Hooked"3:46
7."Don't Call Me"3:22
8."Like So"3:54
9."Ms. Got Dat Booty"4:00
10."Down Low"3:25
11."Wrong Place, Wrong Time"4:25
12."Friday Night"1:24
13."Dr. Boom"4:00
14."Cool Ade" (Extended Mix)5:09
15."Trickin' 2nite"4:38
16."Bass Check II"1:58

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References

  1. 1 2 Birchmeier, Jason. "Tightwork 3000 - 95 South". AllMusic . Retrieved August 9, 2011.
  2. Burke, Miguel (October 2000). "95 South 'Tightwork 3000'". Vibe . Vibe Media. 8 (8): 168. ISSN   1070-4701 . Retrieved November 26, 2016.