Overview 1. 1- 2- 3 feat Yankee Man... 2. Keep It Moving feat. Knowdaverbs... 3. The Hardway 4. Keep Ya Head Up 5. Do What I Do 6. We Rock The Mic 7. It's The S.O.I. 8. Integrity feat Bonafide of ... 9. This Is Love feat Amani 10. Lift Me Up 11. All Around The World 12. Need Someone 13. It's The S.O.I. (remix) 14. 12 Round Knockout
Record Label Essential Records
Format Extra tracks / Original recording remastere
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.6" Width: 6.25" Height: 0.41" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Feb 24, 2004
Publisher PROVIDENT MUSIC DISTRIBUTION
ISBN 0012255874 EAN 0083061074029 UPC 083061074029
KJ's first album, with a street old-school flavor and some good collabo's. Best tracks would be all around the world, 123, keep it moving, 12 round knockout, and the hardway. It's good, but not his best.
Missing my favorite song but adds several other good ones Oct 17, 2005
When I first heard the original version of cd when it came out, i thought, Wow, a guy that sounds like Eminem and is a Christian. awesome. Then I got to pick up the cd and hear it for myself, and I was hooked. These songs are all awesome. Some of my favorites are 1,2,3, Keep It Moving, Do What I Do, and Integrety. However, for this reissue they left off my favorite song from the original, They Know Not, along with all of the skits found on the original cd. However as a bonus they added a song called Lift Me Up which KJ originally recorded on his first demo cd (the song being a remake of Flood by Jars Of Clay), as well as a song cut with Pigeon John and John Reuben called All Around The World (which should've been left off the cd in my opinion), a remix of It's The S.O.I., a song called 12th Round Knockout which was released on a movie soundtrack previously, and another song called Need Someone which I believe was also part of his first demo cd. This cd is pretty solid all around but if they had left They Know Not on and taken All Around The World off, it would've been perfect.