Ain't No Other
17 September 1991
First Priority Music
| September 17, 1991 (1991-09-17)|
Hip hop music, New jack swing, Golden age hip hop
The 45 King, Epic Mazur, Richard Wolf
MC Lyte albums, Hip hop music albums
"When In Love"
"Changin'" by Brass Construction
"Hot (I Need to be Love, Love Loved)" by James Brown
"Search 4 the Lyte"
"Funky Drummer" by James Brown
"More Peas" by The J.B.'s
"Dazz" by Brick
"Bubble Bunch" by Jimmy Spicer
"Georgy Porgy" by Toto
"My World Is Empty Without You" by The Supremes
"I Wanna Be Where You Are" by Michael Jackson
"Cozy" by Bar-Kays
"This Song Is Familiar" by Funkadelic
"Big Bad Sister"
"Help Is on the Way" by The Whatnauts
"Another Dope Intro"
"Synthetic Substitution" by Melvin Bliss
"2 Young 4 What"
"Groove With You" by Isley Brothers
Act Like You Know is the third album released by MC Lyte. It was released on September 17, 1991 for First Priority Records, distributed by Atlantic Records and featured production from big name producers, Audio Two, The 45 King, Epic Mazur and Richard Wolf. Act Like You Know had a softer, more R&B-like sound than her more hardcore albums, Lyte as a Rock and Eyes on This, and reviews were generally mixed. The album fell in the charts, only peaking at #102 on the Billboard 200 and #14 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, but two singles made it high on the Hot Rap Singles, "When In Love" made it to #3 on the Hot Rap Singles chart, while "Poor Georgie" made it to #1 on the chart and #83 on the Billboard Hot 100.
1When in Love4:00Act Like You Know (MC Lyte album) Wikipedia
2Eyes Are the Soul3:56
3Search 4 the Lyte3:21