HAWK (album)
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HAWK Album
HAWK
Studio album by Big Hawk
Released February 27, 2001
Recorded 2000-2001
Genre Southern hip hop
Label
  • Ghetto Dreams Entertainment
  • Game Face Entertainment
Producer
  • Robert "Kenny Lou" Louis (exec.)
  • Willie "Willow" Malone (also exec.)
  • Pretty Todd
  • Shadow Black
  • Bruce Katara
  • D.E.L.
  • Double D
  • Mr. M.J.
  • Q-Stone
  • Spectacular
  • Teno
Big Hawk chronology
Under H.A.W.K.'s Wings
(2000)
HAWK
(2001)
Wreckin' 2004
(2004)

HAWK is the second studio album by American rapper Big Hawk from Houston, Texas. It was released on February 27, 2001 through Game Face Entertainment and Ghetto Dreams Entertainment.

Track listing

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Hot Shit" Shadow Black  
2. "Diggin' Da South" (featuring Z-Ro) Willie "Willow" Malone  
3. "They Scared" (featuring Lil' O) Shadow Black  
4. "Nigga What" Q-Stone  
5. "Pimpin' Ain't a Thang" (featuring Scooby & Jim Deezy) Willie "Willow" Malone  
6. "You Already Know" (featuring Big T) Teno  
7. "That Other Shit" Spectacular  
8. "War" (featuring Big Pokey & Scooby) Pretty Todd  
9. "Get Dat Doe" (featuring Chris Ward, Killa Kyleon & Poppy) D.E.L.  
10. "What You Boys Know" (featuring Small Boy) Bruce Katara  
11. "Check Yo Self" Double D  
12. "On Your Mark" (featuring Starchy Arch & Grit Boys) Pretty Todd  
13. "Leave Us Alone" (featuring Tiny T & Lil' O) Mr. M.J.  
14. "Make 'Em Feel It" (featuring Trae) Shadow Black  
15. "You Don't Wanna Fuck With Me" (featuring Godfather) Willie "Willow" Malone  
16. "This Is for the Real" (featuring Small Boy) Willie "Willow" Malone  

Personnel

  • John Edward Hawkins - main artist
  • Darius Coleman - featured artist (tracks: 5, 8, 12)
  • Oreoluwa Mitchell Magnus-Lawson - featured artist (tracks: 2, 13)
  • Poppy - featured artist (tracks: 9, 12)
  • Small Boy - featured artist (tracks: 10, 16)
  • Joseph Wayne McVey IV - featured artist (track 2)
  • J. "Jim Deezy" Babineaux - featured artist (track 5)
  • A. Morgan - featured artist (track 6)
  • Milton Powell - featured artist (track 8)
  • Chris Ward - featured artist (track 9)
  • Kyle Riley - featured artist (track 9)
  • Starchy Arch - featured artist (track 12)
  • Tiny T - featured artist (track 13)
  • Frazier Othel Thompson III - featured artist (track 14)
  • Carl Jones - featured artist (track 15)
  • Willy Malone - producer (tracks: 2, 5, 15-16), mixing, recording (tracks: 1-3, 5-6, 9-10, 13-16), executive producer
  • Shadow Black - producer (tracks: 1, 3, 14)
  • Todd E. Berry - producer (tracks: 8, 12), mixing, recording (tracks: 8, 11-12)
  • Quincy Whetstone - producer (track 4)
  • Teno - producer (track 6)
  • Spectacular - producer (track 7)
  • D.E.L. - producer (track 9)
  • Bruce Katara - producer (track 10)
  • André Sargent - producer (track 11)
  • Mike "MJ" Johnson - recording & producer (track 13)
  • James Hoover - mixing
  • Sean Blaze - recording (track 4)
  • Dietrich Pinnock - recording (track 7)
  • John Moran - mastering
  • Robert Louis - executive producer
  • Mike Frost - artwork
  • Chad Porter - photography

Chart positions

Chart (2002) Peak
position
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)[1] 45
US Independent Albums (Billboard)[2] 43

References

External links

Hawk* - Hawk at Discogs (list of releases)


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