Danny Boy Gets DJ Quik-Assisted Debut "It's About Time"
Fans of Death Row Records' early-to-mid '90s glory are familiar with the Chicago-born R&B crooner Danny Boy. The sunglasses-clad singer was once in the custody of mentor Suge Knight, and had the popular 1994 hit "Come When I Call" from the platinum Murder Was The Case soundtrack.
The singer remained on the label between 1994 and the early 2000s, appearing on Death Row's last release with Suge Knight at the controls, 2003's Dysfunktional Family soundtrack. Danny also worked with 2Pac, Tha Realest and Chicago rappers Do Or Die.
On April 20, WIDE AWAKE/Death Row will release It's About Time, Danny Boy's debut. The collection of singles features mostly unreleased material, with several DJ Quik productions, and appearances from the late Zapp front-man Roger Troutman.
Below is the tracklisting to It's About Time by Danny Boy:
2. Blow Your Mind Away [Prod. by DJ Quik]
3. How Many Times [Prod. by DJ Quik]
4. Think It's About Time
5. Between Me And U (feat. Roger Troutman) [Prod. by DJ Quik]
6. Break U Off
7. So In Love
8. Church Interlude
9. Can I Come Over
10. Just Ride [Prod. by Devante]
11. If U Don't Mind
12. It's All About U
13. Steppin' [Prod. by DJ Quik]
14. Mama Used To Say
15. Come When I Call (Remix) [Prod. by DJ Quik]
In related news, earlier this month Death Row released Down and Dirty, a collection of mostly unreleased music from Kurupt.
Source : http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/news/i...its-about-time