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Can I Keep This Pen?

Can-I-Bus

Can-I-Bus is the debut album by rapper Canibus, released on September 8 1998 through Universal Records. The album was released after the rapper's success with his LL Cool J diss song, "Second Round K.O.", which was included on Can-I-Bus, with additional support from heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson. However, the album received some negative criticism. The beats, created mostly by Wyclef Jean, were criticized for their blandness and unoriginality (with a fair amount of the criticism coming from Canibus), while other listeners were discouraged by Canibus' distinctive lyrics.

Track listing

Information taken from the album's liner notes.
# Title Producer(s)
1 "Intro" Canibus, Wyclef Jean, Jerry Wonder (co-producer)
2 "Patriots" (featuring Free & Pras) Canibus (co-producer), Danny & Cyrus (co-producer), Jerry Wonder
3 "Get Retarded" Canibus (co-producer), Salaam Remi
4 "Niggonometry" Canibus (co-producer), Jerry Wonder, LG
5 "Second Round K.O." Canibus (co-producer), Wyclef Jean
6 "What's Going On" Canibus (co-producer), Jerry Wonder, LG
7 "I Honor U" (featuring Jenny Fujita) Canibus (co-producer), Jerry Wonder, Wyclef Jean
8 "Hype-nitis" Canibus (co-producer), Jerry Wonder, Joe Servilus (co-producer)
9 "How We Roll" (featuring Panama P.I.) Clark Kent
10 "Channel Zero" Canibus (co-producer), Clark Kent
11 "Let's Ride" A Kid Called Roots, Canibus (co-producer), Jerry Wonder
12 "Buckingham Palace" Canibus (co-producer), Jerry Wonder, Wyclef Jean
13 "Rip Rock" Canibus (co-producer), Jerry Wonder, Wyclef Jean
14 "How Come" (present on some releases) Canibus (co-producer), Jerry Duplessis, Wyclef Jean

Samples

"Get Retarded"

  • "After The Dance" by Marvin Gaye
  • "Christy" by L.A. Boppers

"Niggonometry"

"What's Goin' On"

"How We Roll"

  • "Something for Nothing" by MFSB

"Channel Zero"

Album singles

Single information
"Second Round K.O."

Album chart positions

Charts (2000) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200 2
U.S. Top Heatseekers 24
U.S. Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 2

Singles chart positions

Year Song Chart positions
Billboard Hot 100 Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks Hot Rap Singles Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales Canadian Singles Chart
1998 "Second Round K.O." 28 13 3 5 9

References

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