About How a Blackman Feels. This is Schoolly D’s 5th album. Three singles were released for this album Orginal Gangster, Where’d You Get This Funk From? and King of New York. This album features Schoolly D’s classic style of rhyming but mixed with concious rap. This album was a semi comercial success and the track King of New York was in a movie under the same name. How a Blackman Feels Q&A. Producers DJ Code Money & Schoolly D. Writers Schoolly D. More Schoolly D albums.
How A Blackman Feels. By: Schoolly D (1991, Hip Hop). More albums from Schoolly D: Saturday Night! – The Album by Schoolly D. Welcome To America by Schoolly D. Am I Black Enough For You? by Schoolly D. Jump Ship by Schoolly D. Reservoir Dog by Schoolly D. Smoke Some Kill by Schoolly D. Schoolly-D by Schoolly D. View all albums . How A Blackman Feels.
How A Black Man Feels. by Schoolly D - 10 Tracks - 45:45. Release date 10/14/1991. Your Worst Nightmare. 4. Original Gangster. 5. Die Nigger Die. Schoolly D. 4:56. 6. Where'd You Get That Funk From. 7. How A Black Man Feels.
The album spawned three singles, "Original Gangster," Where’d You Get That Funk From, and King of New York. Your Worst Nightmare – 4:52. King of New York – 4:35. Original Gangster – 3:39. Die Nigger Die – 4:56. Where’d You Get That Funk From – 4:43. How a Black Man Feels – 3:50. Just Another Killer – 5:32. Peace to the Nation – 4:45.
Schoolly D. Although one of the founders of gangster rap, Schoolly D never enjoyed the gold or platinum success of the many gangster rappers who reached the top of the charts in the late '80s and early to mid-'90s. This isn't a bad album, but it isn't one of Schoolly's stronger efforts either.
Am I Black Enough for You? is the fourth album by rapper Schoolly D. The album was released on July 27, 1989 under Jive Records and was produced by Schoolly D himself along with DJ Code Money. The album was neither a commercial nor critical success and did not make it on any album charts, however three singles were released, "Gangster Boogie," "Pussy Ain't Nothin'," and "Livin' in the Jungle". Gangster Boogie" – 4:06.