Somethin 4 da Youngsta's
Somethin 4 da Youngsta's
Studio album by Da Youngsta's


10 March 1992


Hip hop




Edward "DJ Eddie F." Ferrell, Ann Goodman (exec.), Lawrence "L.G. the Teacher" Goodman (also exec.), Nevelle Hodge

Da Youngsta's chronology


The Aftermath (1993)

Somethin 4 da Youngsta's is the debut studio album by American hip hop group Da Youngsta's, released in 1992 on EastWest Records America. The album was produced by Lawrence "L.G. the Teacher" Goodman, who was the father of group members Taj Mahal and Q-Ball. 

The album failed to chart upon release. Its second single, "Pass da Mic", was remixed by Pete Rock and reached #10 on the Hot Rap Singles chart. Its other single, the title track, did not reach any chart.

Track listingEdit

All songs produced by L.G. the Teacher, except for "I Didn't Mean 2 Break Your Heart", co-produced by Tracy Nelson, and "Somethin 4 da Youngsta's (Remix)", remixed by Edward "DJ Eddie F." Ferrell and Nevelle Hodge.

No. Title Writer(s)
1. "Somethin 4 da Youngsta's" Goodman, Parks
2. "Street Smart" Dawson, Goodman, Parks
3. "Rated P.G." Goodman, Parks
4. "Cartoons" Goodman, Parks
5. "Tuff Cookie" Dawson, Goodman, Parks
6. "Y-Ya-Tryin' to Play Me" Goodman, Parks
7. "I Didn't Mean 2 Break Your Heart" Marshall, Nelson, Parks, Weldon
8. "Reminiss" Goodman, Parks
9. "Neighborhood Bully" Goodman, Parks
10. "Pass da Mic" Goodman, Parks
11. "Somethin 4 da Youngsta's (Remix)" Goodman, Parks
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