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The Magnificent (DJ Jazzy Jeff album)

The Magnificent
Studio album by DJ Jazzy Jeff
Released August 13, 2002
Recorded 2001
Genre Hip hop, R&B, Deep House
Length 79:31
Label Rapster/BBE
Producer DJ Jazzy Jeff, Kev Brown, Kenwood, P. Smoovah, Oddisee, Kenny 'Dope' Gonzales, Little Louie Vega
DJ Jazzy Jeff chronology
The Magnificent
(2002)
The Return of the Magnificent
(2007)
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The Cabstand [2]

The Magnificent is an album by DJ Jazzy Jeff (formerly of DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince), released in 2002. Much like Pete Rock's Soul Survivor series, The Magnificent features Jill Scott, Boyz II Men's Shawn Stockman, J-Live, The Last Emperor. Although Jeff is the chief producer of the album, he nonetheless recruits an assortment of talent, which includes Questlove (of The Roots), Masters At Work, and Kev Brown (who contributes 7 of the 18 tracks).

The Magnificent was preceded by The Magnificent EP which included 3 tracks that failed to make it to the LP; the Slum Village assisted "Are You Ready?" (produced by J Dilla), and "Da Rebirth", and "Branded" (both produced by Kev Brown).

Track listing

  1. "Da Ntro" (guests: Pauly Yamz & Baby Blak)
  2. "Shake It Off" (guest: Chef Word)
  3. "For Da Love of Da Game" (guests: Baby Blak & Pauly Yamz)
  4. "Break It Down" (guest: J-Live)
  5. "How I Do" (guests: Shawn Stockman & Cy Young)
  6. "Worldwide" (guests: Baby Blak & Pauly Yamz)
  7. "Musik Lounge" (guest: Oddisee)
  8. "Rock Wit U" (guest: Erro)
  9. "Travelz" (guests: Baby Blak & Crushall)
  10. "Scram" (guest: Freddie Foxxx)
  11. "My Peoples" (guest: Raheem DeVaughn)
  12. "Know Ur Hood" (guests: Chef Word & Pauly Yamz)
  13. "Love Saviour" (guests: Flo Brown & Raheem DeVaughn)
  14. "Mystery Man" (guests: The Last Emperor)
  15. "We Are" (guests: Cy Young & Raheem DeVaughn)
  16. "Charmed Life" (guest: J-Live)
  17. "We Live In Philly" (guest: Jill Scott)
  18. "In Time" (guest: V, Raheem DeVaughn & Masters At Work)
Sample credits
  • "Da Ntro" - Contains a sample of "Young and Fine" by Weather Report
  • "For Da Love of Da Game" - Contains a sample of "Face It Boy, It's Over" by George Benson
  • "My Peoples" - Contains a sample of "Saudade Vem Correndo" by Stan Getz and Luiz Bonfá
  • "We Live In Philly" - Contains a sample of "We Live in Brooklyn, Baby" by Roy Ayers Ubiquity

Unreleased Track

  • "When To Stand Up" (guests: Eminem & Pauly Yamz)
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