Suge Knight and his record label, Tha Row, have wrapped production on their first release of the year, and on March 25 they’ll extend an official invitation to the public to attend their gangsta party.
Knight will release the soundtrack to comedian Eddie Griffin’s upcoming biopic, "Dysfunktional Family." And even though Jay-Z, Ashanti and Juvenile have all contributed tracks, the majority of the album is comprised of new music from Knight’s own musical clan.
In addition to the first single, "Still Tha Row" by Crooked I and Virginya Slim, the album also includes "Too Street 4 T.V.," the first song the late Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes recorded as her alter ego, N.I.N.A.
According to a spokesperson for the project, the Miramax film "Dysfunktional Family" is a humorous, behind-the-scenes look at Griffin as he goes out on a series of stand-up dates and attends a family reunion.
The soundtrack to the flick is scheduled to be released on March 25, with the movie coming out right behind it on April 4.
Tha Row's rep also mentioned that the label has solo albums by N.I.N.A., Kurupt and Crooked I on tap for 2003.
Dysfunktional Family track list, according to a label spokesperson:
- Crooked I and Virginya Slim – "Still Tha Row"
- Kurupt – "I'm Back"
- Crooked I, Eastwood and Danny Boy – "Dysfunktional Family Theme"
- Jay-Z – "Hovi Baby" (remix)
- Juvenile, Skippa and Young Buck – "I'm a Gangsta"
- Eastwood and Crooked I – "We Ballin'"
- Eastwood, Crooked I, Ja Rule, Danny Boy – "Who Wants to F---"
- Crooked I, Eastwood, Danny Boy and Eddie Griffin –
"I Thought U Knew"
- Michel’le – "I Know Where I’m Going"
- Skippa – "I’m on Tha Radio"
- N.I.N.A and Danny Boy – "Too Street 4 T.V."
- Ganxsta Ridd – "1 Call" (Real Talk)
- Eastwood – "Tha Formula"
- Spider and Eddie Griffin – "Dys-Funk-Tional"
- Eastwood, Spider, Ganxtsa Ridd - "Tha Row (Y'all Hoes)"
- Mack 10 - "Like It or Not"
- Ashanti - "All-My"