May 12, 2018

Various Artists - Booty Call (The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (1997)

*Canadian "club" edition pressing. Contains 2 bonus tracks. 16 tracks total.

Country: U.S.A.
Genre: Hip-Hop, R&B
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© 1997 Jive, Columbia Pictures
AllMusic Review by Leo Stanley
Booty Call may be a shamelessly vulgar sex comedy, but its soundtrack shows a surprising amount of restraint. Alternating between rap and hip-hop-influenced urban R&B, the soundtrack has a number of highlights, including cuts by A Tribe Called Quest, Silk, the Fugees, Me'Shell NdegéOcello, Gerald LeVert, and duets between Johnny Gill and Coko, E-40 and B-Legit, and Too $hort and Lil' Kim. The album is too long and there's a number of mediocre cuts on the record, but there's enough prime material -- particularly the singles "Don't Wanna Be a Playa" by Joe and D-Shot & E-40's "(I'll Be Yo') Huckleberry" -- to make it worthwhile.

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