Artist Common from Album B-side "The Real Weight" Released 1996 Format 12-inch single, Vinyl Recorded Genre Chicago hip hop Length 4:00 Label Relativity Records Writer Lonnie Lynn Pete Phillips Producer Pete Rock Certification Last single "Resurrection" (1995) This single "The Bitch in Yoo" (1996) Next single "Retrospect for Life" (1997). The Bitch in Yoo" is a single and released by rapper Common in 1996.
The Bitch in Yoo" is a single and diss song released by rapper Common in 1996. The song first appeared on the Relativity Records compilation Relativity Urban Assault and later on Roc Raida's Crossfaderz. It was also performed live alongside De La Soul on their album Live at Tramps, NYC, 1996 Overview. In Common's song "I Used to Love .
Common was working primarily with Chicago producers No . and Dug Infinite at that time, who released Accept Your Own and Be Yourself (The Black Album) on Relativity Records in 1997. wanted to do the beat. For one he was working on his album, but I don’t think he wanted to be pulled into the beef. Common’s verse started out If it’s really real Joe, let that shit show for self, No need parading guns, murders or your wealth. It was speculated by fans that the verse was changed because Common and Fat Joe were both members of the Relativity Records roster. But that couldn’t be further from the truth. Sadly, these albums confirmed what Common had told us on The Bitch In Yoo, as many fans felt it was too late for back-peddling. Something clearly had changed. I think Ice Cube might have been mad at me for the beat, said Pete Rock.
Lyrics to "The Bitch In Yoo" song by Common: (Yeah, for your nation. A bitch nigga wit an attitude named Cube Step to Com wit a feud Now what the fuck I look like dissing a whole coast You ain't made shit dope since AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted to cease from the Midwest to the East On the dick of the East for your 1st release Your lease is up at the crib, house
The Bitch In Yoo (Instrumental Version). A Bitch I Knew Album Version (Explicit).
Common came with this incredible story, which at the time we had no idea would be so revered. After this record came out, I started to get calls from other artists inquiring about production. Before that I never got calls like that. I’d get a call like ‘Biggie wants a beat’ and I’d be blown away. It was a foreign concept to me. Biggie, Pun, Ghostface-I’d never got calls like that before. That’s the first time when I thought ‘Maybe I’m onto something here. Recording Engineer Stephen George. Mixing Engineer Troy Hightower.
Album: The Bitch In Yoo, The Real Weight. Common - The Bitch In Yoo, The Real Weight MP3 version. 1663 downloads at 32 mb/s.
|A1||–Common||The Bitch In Yoo (W/O Intro)||3:46|
|A2||–Common||The Bitch In Yoo (W/ Intro Flip)||4:00|
|A3||–Common||The Bitch In Yoo (Street Version)||4:00|
|B1||–No I.D.||The Real Weight
Rap [Featuring] – Dug Infinite
|B2||–No I.D.||The Real Weight (Instrumental Version)
Rap [Featuring] – Dug Infinite
|B3||–Common||The Bitch In Yoo (Instrumental Version)||3:46|
|RPROLP-0480||Common / No I.D.||Common / No I.D. - The Bitch In Yoo / The Real Weight (12", Promo)||Relativity||RPROLP-0480||US||1996|
|RPROCD-0479||Common / No I.D.||Common / No I.D. - The Bitch In Yoo / The Real Weight (CD, Promo)||Relativity||RPROCD-0479||US||1996|
|RPRO LP 0480||Common||The Bitch In Yoo / The Real Weight (12", Promo, Unofficial)||Relativity||RPRO LP 0480||US||1996|