Contemporary Jeep Music
Contemporary Jeep Music
Studio album by Da King & I


July 13, 1993


April 1992 - January 1993


Quad Recording Studios
(New York, NY)
Chung King Studios
(Manhattan, NY)
Marathon Studios
(New York, NY)
Unique Studios
(New York, NY)
Soul Shack Studios
(Brooklyn, NY)


Hip hop, East Coast hip hop, Hardcore hip hop, Underground hip hop




Rowdy Records/Arista Records/BMG


Claude Austin (exec.), Dallas Austin (exec.), Izzy Ice, JFK, Majesty

Contemporary Jeep Music is the debut studio album by American hip hop duo Da King & I, released in July 13, 1993 on Rowdy Records. The album was produced entirely by the duo, and performed by Izzy Ice with background vocals by Majesty. The album produced three singles: "Flip da Scrip", "Tears", and "Krak da Weazel".

Although the album found some critical success, the album sold poorly and was unable to make any US Billboard charts. Two of its singles, "Flip da Scrip" and "Tears" reached #14 and #37 on the Hot Rap Songs chart respectively. The duo disbanded shortly after the release of this album.

Track listingEdit

All songs produced by Majesty and co-produced by Izzy Ice, except for "Intro", co-produced by JFK. All songs written by I. Francois and R. Wiggins.

No. Track Time
1. "Contemporary Jeep Music" 1:15
2. "Let's Take a Trip" 3:08
3. "Flip da Scrip" 3:54
4. "MC Asshole" 0:34
5. "Krak da Weazel" 3:13
6. "Amusement Park" 4:05
7. "Brain 2 U" 4:01
8. "Tears" 4:03
9. "Soul Shack" 0:57
10. "Ghetto Instinct" 3:22
11. "Mr. All That" 3:41
12. "Jazz Skit" 0:20
13. "This Is How We Do" 3:53
14. "Izzy Sings da Blues" 0:50
15. "Lost My Mind" 3:43
16. "Represent" 3:13
17. "Crack da Weasel (Dat Other Shit)" 4:02
18. "What's Up Doc" 3:40
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