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Like It Should Be
Like It Should Be
Studio album by Extra Prolific

Released

25 October 1994

Recorded

1993-1994

Genre

Hip hop

Length

40:36

Label

Jive

Producer

A-Plus, Casual, Domino, Mike G, Snupe

Extra Prolific chronology

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Like It Should Be is the debut album released by American hip hop duo Extra Prolific, released in 1994 on Jive Records. The album was predominantly produced by group member Snupe, with additional production work by fellow Hieroglyphics members Domino, A-Plus and CasualLike It Should Be follows in the vein of previous Hieroglyphics releases with the heavy utilisation of jazz samples and alternative lyrics.

Released after a slew of commercially and critically succcessful Hieroglyphics albums (No Need for Alarm by Del the Funky Homosapien93 'til Infinity by Souls of Mischief and Fear Itself by Casual), Like It Should Be failed to achieve as much success as its predecessors. It charted modestly, reaching #46 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. It also spawned the popular single "Brown Sugar", which reached #41 on the Rap Singles chart.

Track listingEdit

No. Title Performer(s) Writer(s) Producer(s) Time
1. "Intro" - Lee Mike G 0:41
2. "Brown Sugar" Snupe Lee, Siguenza Domino 3:22
3. "In Front of the Kids" Snupe Lee Snupe 2:41
4. "Is It Right?" Snupe Lee, Siguenza Domino 3:21
5. "Sweet Potato Pie" Snupe Lee Snupe 3:54
6. "Cash Money" Snupe, Casual Carter, Lee, Owens A-Plus 1:28
7. "One Motion" Snupe Carter, Lee A-Plus 2:59
8. "Never Changing" Snupe Lee Snupe 3:06
9. "First Sermon" Snupe Lee, Washington Snupe 3:27
10. "Now What" Snupe, Opio Carter, Lee, Lindsey A-Plus 3:31
11. "It's Alright" Snupe Lee Snupe 2:44
12. "In 20 Minutes" Snupe Carter, Lee A-Plus 3:11
13. "Go Back to School" Snupe, Pep Love Cornelius, Lee, Peacock Snupe 3:12
14. "The Fat Outro" Snupe Lee, Owens Casual 2:59

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