The Hit List (Saafir album)

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The Hit List
Studio album by
Released October 26, 1999
Recorded 1998-1999
Genre Hip hop
Label Qwest/Warner Bros. Records
Producer Tony Pizarro
DJ Clark Kent
Stevie J.
Carlos "6 July" Broady
Chris "The Glove" Taylor
Corey "R.I.P." Parker
Big Nose
J Groove
Omonte Ward
Nick Wiz
Saafir chronology
The Hit List
Good Game: The Transition
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

The Hit List is the third album by Saafir, an American hip hop emcee. The Album has been praised by the hip-hop underground for Saafir's Intense Lyricism.

Track listing

  1. "The Hit List" (R. Gibson/C. Taylor) - 3:40
  2. "A Dog's Master" (R. Gibson/C. Kent) - 3:48
  3. "Crawl Before You Ball" (R. Gibson/E. Del-Barrio/G. Jacobs/M. White/V. White) - 3:54
  4. "Watch How Daddy Ball" (R. Gibson/T. Turpin/S. Jordan/C. Miller) - 4:11
  5. "Slip Into My Eyes" (R. Gibson/J. Fortson/T. Pizarro) - 4:18
    • Produced by Tony Pizarro
  6. "6 Digits" (R. Gibson/C. Broady/J. Bryant/D. Jordan/C. Parker/D. Price/T. Price) - 3:58
    • Featuring Cuttthroat, Mr. Doe
    • Produced by Carlos "6 July" Broady
  7. "Not Fa' Nuthin'" (R. Gibson/D. Barbosa/N. Louzides/R. Mounsey) - 4:17
  8. "Pokerface" (R. Gibson/R. Roberts) - 3:42
  9. "25 Ta Life" (R. Gibson/T. Alston/A. Johnson/K. Muchita) - 2:59
    • Featuring Mobb Deep (via vocal sample, not an actual performance)
  10. "Mask-A-Raid" (R. Gibson/C. Broady/J. Savage) - 4:35
    • Featuring Jayo Felony
    • Produced by Carlos "6 July" Broady
  11. "Liquid Ho Magnet" (R. Gibson/G. Jacobs) - 4:52
  12. "Smart Bomb" (R. Gibson/R. Roberts) - 2:49
  13. "Bedroom Bully" (R. Gibson/J. Carson) - 3:32
  14. "Runnin' Man" (R. Gibson/G. Jacobs) - 4:36
  15. "Final Thrill" (R. Gibson/T. Alston) - 4:14


Producers Tony Pizarro, DJ Clark Kent, Stevie J., Shakeem Bocaj (a.k.a. Shock-G), Carlos "6 July" Broady, Chris "The Glove" Taylor, Corey "R.I.P." Barker, Big Nose, J Groove, Protest, Omonte Ward, Nick Wiz
Executive producers Saafir, Kairi Brown, Tarif Supreme
Lead vocals and rhyming Saafir, Sonny Black, Stevie J., Chino XL, Mobb Deep, Jayo Felony
Background vocals Shakeem Bocaj
Engineers Tony Pizarro
Mastering Chris Bellman
Mixing Tony Pizarro, Big Nous, Shaeekm Bocaj (a.k.a. Shock-G), Carlos "6 July" Broady, David Michael Dill, Andy Grassi, Caveman Haywood, Ken Ifill, J Groove, Stevie J., Kevin Kim, Protest, Saafir, Rashaan "Cus" Stephens, Chris "The Glove" Taylor
Creative directors Eliane Henri
Art Direction, Design Gregory Rosebud Gilmer
Photography B+

Chart positions

Billboard Music Charts (North America) - The Hit List[2]
Year Chart Name Peak Position
1999 Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums No. 91

Billboard Music Charts (North America) - "Crawl Before You Ball"[3]
Year Chart Name Peak Position
1998 Hot Rap Singles No. 47


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ " - Artist Chart History - Saafir - Albums".
  3. ^ " - Artist Chart History - Saafir - Singles".

External links

  • Saafir on MySpace
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