Roxbury 02119
Roxbury 02119
Studio album by Ed O.G & Da Bulldogs


July 13, 1993


1992 - 1993


Calliope Studios
(New York City)
Chaptown Studios
(Roxbury, MA)
Power Play Studios
(Long Island City, NY)


Hip hop, East Coast hip hop, Hardcore hip hop




Chemistry Records / Mercury / PolyGram


Diamond D, Ed O.G (also exec.), Scott Foster, Joe Mansfield, Desmond Sharief Powell, Smitt Dog, Special K (exec.)

Ed O.G chronology


Life of a Kid in the Ghetto (1991)


The Truth Hurts (2000)

Roxbury 02119 is the second and final album by American hip hop group Ed O.G & Da Bulldogs, released in July 13, 1993 under Chemistry Records. The album was performed solely by group leader Ed O.G and was predominantly produced by Joe Mansfield and labelmate Diamond D. It deals with similar topics as its predecessor, Life of a Kid in the Ghetto, such as the negative effects of drugs and remembrance of lost ones. Roxbury 02119 is titled after the name and zipcode of Ed O.G's birthplace Roxbury, a neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts.

The album peaked at #36 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Its single, "Love Comes and Goes", performed well on the charts. The album received mediocre reviews from critics, who generally decided that the album did not live up to its predecessor. The group broke up a short time after the release of this album, and would be Ed O.G's last studio album for nearly seven years.

Track listingEdit

All songs performed by Ed O.G.

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Time
1. "Streets of the Ghetto" Anderson, Kirkland, McCann Diamond D 3:22
2. "Busted" Anderson, Kirkland Diamond D 4:31
3. "Love Comes and Goes" Anderson, Kirkland, Moss, Redding, Simms, Walden Diamond D 4:24
4. "Skinny Dip (Got It Goin' On)" Anderson, Mansfield Joe Mansfield, Ed O.G, Smitt Dog 3:48
5. "I Thought Ya Knew" Anderson, Kirkland Diamond D 4:26
6. "I'm Laughin'" Anderson, Mansfield Joe Mansfield 4:11
7. "I'll Rip You" Anderson, Foster Scott Foster 3:21
8. "Go Up and Up" Anderson, Mansfield Joe Mansfield 3:20
9. "Try Me" Anderson, Powell Desmond Sharief Powell 5:04
10. "Dat Ain't Right" Anderson, Kirkland Diamond D 3:30
11. "Less Than Zero" Anderson, Mansfield Joe Mansfield 3:18
12. "Check It Out" Anderson, Mansfield Joe Mansfield 2:31

Samples Edit

Streets of the Ghetto

  • "The Dunbar High School Marching Band" by Les McCann


  • "Miles Out" by Mahavishnu Orchestra

Love Comes and Goes

  • "Face It Boy, It's Over" by George Benson
  • "Love Comes and Goes" by Arthur Conley

Skinny Dip (Got It Goin' On)

  • "Never My Love" by Tom Scott and The California Dreamers
  • "Don't Change Your Love" by Five Stairsteps
  • "Jussummen" by Das EFX

I Thought Ya Knew

  • "Gimme Some More" by The J.B.'s
  • "Freedom Jazz Dance" by Miles Davis Quintet

I'm Laughin'

Go Up and Up

Try Me

  • "Overnight Sensation" by Avalanche

Dat Ain't Right

  • "Rubber Jam" by The Rubber Band
  • "The Trouble With Trouble" by Sir Joe Quarterman & Free Soul
  • "Getting It On" by Dennis Coffey and The Detroit Guitar Band

Less Than Zero

  • "Fool Yourself" by Little Feat
  • "Free Soul" by John Klemmer
  • "Get Out of My Life, Woman" by Lee Dorsey

Check It Out

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