Addictive Hip Hop Muzick
Addictive Hip Hop Muzick
Studio album by Who Am I?




Hip hop, gangsta rap, West Coast hip hop




Ruthless, Epic


Above the Law, Cold 187um, Eazy-E (exec.), Laylaw

Kokane chronology


Funk Upon a Rhyme (1994)

Addictive Hip Hop Muzick is the debut studio album by American rapper Kokane, released in 1991 on Ruthless Records. Kokane released the album under the name Who Am I? because of the controversial nature of his actual stage name. The album was produced by Cold 187um with co-production provided by Above the Law and Laylaw. Dr. Dre worked as the audio mixer on the album. 

Track listingEdit

All songs produced by Cold 187um and co-produced by Above the Law and Laylaw.

No. Title Performer(s) Time
1. "Would You Die 4 Me?" - 1:11
2. "Action" Kokane 4:55
3. "Inner City Hoodlum" Kokane, Cold 187um 4:57
4. "Nickel Slick Nigga" Kokane 4:50
5. "Meditation" - 1:51
6. "Dope Sound Boy" Kokane 4:42
7. "Keep the Flavor" Kokane 4:38
8. "Brain on Kane" - 1:36
9. "Just a Friend" Kokane 4:48
10. "Pure Kane Nigga" Kokane 4:55
11. "B.O.P. (Big Old Pimp)" - 1:21
12. "Pimp Mentality" Kokane 5:50
13. "...Business" Kokane 5:13
14. "U.S.C.'s Finest" Kokane, Cold 187um, KMG, Laylaw, Ms. Kilo 7:14