Title: Goin' Off
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Goin' Off is the debut studio album by American hip hop musician Biz Markie. The album was released by Cold Chillin' Records, and produced by Marley Marl. The album was praised for its wit and humor. Big Daddy Kane wrote the lyrics of the album's first five songs. The album also showcased Biz's talent as a human beatbox on the song "Make the Music with Your Mouth, Biz", and his skill in the game of dozens on the track "Nobody Beats the Biz". One of his most widely known songs, "Vapors", was on the album.
Biz Markie was interviewed in the 1986 cult documentary Big Fun In The Big Town. Markie released his debut album, Goin' Off, in 1988, which attracted a fair amount of attention, largely due to the lead single, "Make the Music With Your Mouth, Biz" On October 10, 1989, Biz Markie's second studio album, The Biz Never Sleeps, was released on Cold Chillin'/Warner Bros.
Complete your Biz Markie collection. Biz Markie – Goin' Off. Genre: Hip Hop. Style: Year: 1988. Goin' Off (CD, Album). Cold Chillin', Warner Bros.
Nobody Beats the Biz by Biz Markie feat. was sampled in. Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta Fuck Wit by Wu-Tang Clan (1993). Nas Is Like by Nas (1999). Hihache by Lafayette Afro Rock Band (1973). see 104 more connections. Make the Music With Your Mouth, Biz by Biz Markie feat.
It would be any rappers dream: get one of the best beat makers in the business to produce your entire album, then get one of the best rappers to write your lyrics, that would be a can’t miss recipe for success. With Marley Marl’s production, Big Daddy Kane’s ghostwriting and Biz Markie’s personality and charisma, Goin’ Off is an entertaining listen.
Goin’ Off is Biz Markie’s debut album. The album was released by Cold Chillin’ Records, and produced by Marley Marl. Big Daddy Kane wrote the lyrics of the album’s first five songs. Some reissues from 1995 onwards replace the Marley Marl remix of Make the Music with Your Mouth with the original 12″ version, the album version of Vapors with the remix, and the original This Is Something for the Radio with the remix. In 1998, the album was selected as one of The Source’s 100 Best Rap Albums
|A2||Albee Square Mall||4:43|
|A3||Biz Is Goin' Off||4:50|
|A4||Return Of The Biz Dance||3:59|
|B1||Make The Music With Your Mouth Biz||4:56|
|B2||Biz Dance (Part One)||3:38|
|B3||Nobody Beats The Biz||5:42|
|B4||This Is Something For The Radio||5:14|
|B5||Cool V's Tribute To Scratching||3:07|
- Producer – Marley Marl
- Vocals – TJ Swan (tracks: A2, B1, B3)
|1-25675, 9 25675-1||Biz Markie||Goin' Off (LP, Album)||Cold Chillin', Cold Chillin'||1-25675, 9 25675-1||US||1988|
|PCD-23797 R-0650672MT||Biz Markie||Goin' Off (CD, Album, RE)||CAK Entertainment||PCD-23797 R-0650672MT||Japan||2006|
|9 25675-2||Biz Markie||Goin' Off (CD, Album, Lon)||Cold Chillin'||9 25675-2||US||1988|
|CCCD 9001||Biz Markie||Goin' Off (CD, Album, RE)||Cold Chillin'||CCCD 9001||US||1995|
|9 25675-4||Biz Markie||Goin' Off (Cass, Album, AR,)||Cold Chillin'||9 25675-4||US||1988|