Dichotomy A


Dichotomy A
Dichotomy A
Studio album by GRITS
Released June 29, 2004
Genre Christian hip hop
Label Gotee Records
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GRITS chronology
The Art of Transformation (2004) Dichotomy A (2004) Dichotomy B (2004)

Dichotomy A is the first album in a two part series of albums released in 2004 by the Hip hop group GRITS. The second album is Dichotomy B. The song "Hittin' Curves" won the groups second Dove Award for "Rap/Hip Hop Recorded Song", awarded in 2005.[1]

Track listing

  1. "Hittin' Curves"
  2. "Bobbin' Bouncin'"
  3. "I Be"
  4. "Anybody"
  5. "Pardon Me Yo"
  6. "High"
  7. "Get down"
  8. "Where R U going?"
  9. "Mind Blowin'"
  10. "Shawty"
  11. "Gutter boy"
  12. "Sunshine"

References

  1. ^ "Dove Award Recipients for 2005". Published by the Gospel Music Association. Retrieved Jan 8, 2007.

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