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And the Winner Is?


Download links and information about And the Winner Is? by Chubb Rock. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:10:12 minutes.

Artist: Chubb Rock
Release date: 1989
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:10:12
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No. Title Length
1. Stop That Train (featuring Howie Tee) 4:19
2. What a Difference (featuring Howie Tee) 4:05
3. Same Old Thing (featuring Howie Tee) 4:14
4. Bump the Floor (featuring Howie Tee) 3:40
5. And the Winner Is? (featuring Howie Tee) 2:06
6. He's Funky (featuring Howie Tee) 3:58
7. Blow the Whistle (featuring Howie Tee) 4:12
8. Caught Up (Remix) (featuring Howie Tee) 4:20
9. Bonus Beat (Dave & Rob) (featuring Howie Tee) 3:08
10. She's With Someone (featuring Howie Tee) 4:04
11. Mr. Nobody Is Somebody Now (featuring Howie Tee) 4:09
12. Hi Jack (featuring Howie Tee) 4:23
13. Ya Bad Chubbs (featuring Howie Tee) 3:23
14. Hip Hop Rodeo (featuring Howie Tee) 3:53
15. Gonna Do It for You (featuring Howie Tee) 3:52
16. Nothing Can Stop Us Now (featuring Howie Tee) 4:27
17. Talkin' Loud, Ain't Sayin' Jack (featuring Howie Tee) 3:41
18. Don't Trespass (featuring Howie Tee) 4:18



Chubb Rock and Howie Tee were one of the most underrated rapper-producer teams of the '80s, and the breadth and length of 1989’s And the Winner Is testify to the fruitfulness of their partnership. “Bump the Floor,” “Blow the Whistle,” and “Mr. Nobody” are three of that era's roughest, toughest street rap songs, but Chubb wasn’t possessed by gangster posturing. Though gifted with a bullish voice, his favorite tactic was to disarm the listener of his expectations, either with musicality (“Same Old Thing”), alacrity (“Caught Up,” “Ya Bad Chubbs”), or understatement (“She’s with Someone”).