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Jewel of the Nile

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Jewel of the Nile

This article is about the hip-hop album. For the film, see The Jewel of the Nile.
Jewel of the Nile
Nice & Smooth
Released June 28, 1994 (1994-06-28)
Recorded 1993–94
Genre Hip hop
Label RAL/PolyGram Records
523 336
Producer Greg Nice
Smooth B.
Little Louie Vega
Nice & Smooth chronology

Ain't a Damn Thing Changed
Jewel of the Nile
IV : Blazing Hot
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Jewel of the Nile is the third album by rap duo, Nice & Smooth. The album was released on June 28, 1994, on Def Jam Recordings sub-label RAL Records, and was produced by Greg Nice, Smooth B., and Little Louie Vega. The album was only mildly successful, making it as high as #66 on the Billboard 200 and #13 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. Two singles made it to the charts, "Old to New" and "Return of the Hip-Hop Freaks." This would be the duo's last album on RAL, as it would leave the label after the failure of this album.

Track listing

  1. "Return of the Hip Hop Freaks"- 3:16
  2. "The Sky's the Limit"- 3:32
  3. "Let's All Get Down" (feat. Slick Rick)- 3:41
  4. "Doin' Our Own Thang"- 4:28
  5. "Do Whatcha Gotta" (Producer Showbiz)- 3:08
  6. "Old to the New"- 4:13
  7. "Blunts"(Producer Showbiz)- 2:28
  8. "Get Fucked Up"- 2:31
  9. "Save the Children"- 3:01 (feat. Everlast)
  10. "Cheri"- 5:58
  11. "No Bones"- 2:58



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