Album Details

March 01, 1994
Rap, Urban, Pop-Rap, Hardcore Rap

Album Review

The former MC Hammer resurfaced with a new musical identity and rap approach on this 1994 album. Getting help from new-school producers and debuting a video on The Arsenio Hall Show, Hammer's sound was leaner, his rapping tougher and more fluid, and his subject matter harder and less humorous. The results seemed to have worked; Funky Headhunter peaked at number two on the R&B list, went gold, and remained in the Top 30 midway through the year.
Ron Wynn, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Intro
  2. Oaktown
  3. It's All Good
  4. Somethin' for the O.G.'s
  5. Don't Stop
  6. Pumps and a Bump
  7. One Mo' Time
  8. Clap Yo' Hands
  9. Break 'Em off Somethin' Proper
  10. Don't Fight the Feelin'
  11. Somethin' 'Bout the Goldie in Me
  12. Sleepin' on a Master Plan
  13. It's All That
  14. The Funky Headhunter
  15. Pumps and a Bump (Reprise: Bump Teddy Bump)
  16. Help Lord (Won't You Come)