|To tha Rescue|
|Studio album by|
|Released||November 26, 1991|
|Studio||Battery Studios (New York, U.S.)|
To tha Rescue is the second and final studio album by American rapper D-Nice. It was released on November 26, 1991 via Jive Records and was produced by D-Nice, Naughty by Nature, Skeff Anselm and Carl Bourley. The album features guest appearances by the likes of KRS-One, Too Short, E-Marvelous, and Naughty by Nature. Though not as successful as his previous effort Call Me D-Nice , this record managed to find some success making it to #137 on the Billboard 200and #27 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. It spawned three singles: "To tha Rescue", "25 ta Life" (peaked at #23 on the Hot Rap Songs) and "Time to Flow" (peaked at #15 on the Hot Rap Songs).
|2.||"25 ta Life"||D-Nice||3:07|
|3.||"Rhymin' Skills" (featuring KRS-One)||D-Nice||3:09|
|4.||"Time to Flow" (featuring Naughty By Nature)||Naughty By Nature||4:11|
|5.||"Get in Touch With Me"||Carl Bourelly||3:38|
|6.||"To ta Rescue"||Skeff Anselm||3:39|
|7.||"No, No, No"||Skeff Anselm||3:47|
|8.||"Straight From tha Bronx"||D-Nice||3:52|
|9.||"Check Yourself" (featuring Too $hort)||D-Nice||3:57|
|10.||"Time to Flow"||Naughty By Nature||4:18|
|11.||"And There U Have It" (featuring E-Marvelous)||D-Nice||3:38|
|12.||"I Send This Out to..."||D-Nice||3:20|
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