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Mos Def discography Releases ↙Studio albums 4 ↙Compilation albums 3 ↙Singles 7 ↙Music videos 6 ↙Collaboration albums 1 ↙Features singles 6 The discography of Mos Def, an American rapper, consists of four solo albums, two compilation albums, one collaboration album, and 7 singles. Mos Def debuted on Rawkus Records in 1998 in the duo Black Star with rapper Talib Kweli. "Definition", the single from Black Star's self-titled debut album, reached #60 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #3 on the Hot Rap Singles chart. In 1999, Mos Def released his solo debut album Black on Both Sides, which was certified gold in the US and featured the singles "Ms. Fat Booty", which reached #20 on the US Billboard Hot Rap Singles chart, and "Umi Says", which reached #60 on the UK Singles Chart. Mos Def performed on many compilations from the Rawkus Records label and other independent compilation albums. Among them were the single "Oh No" with Pharaohe Monch and Nate Dogg that reached #83 on the Hot 100 and #1 on the Hot Rap Singles. In 2001, his single "Jam on It" from Underground Airplay Version 1.0 reached #23 on the Hot Rap Tracks. The next year, he appeared on the track "Brown Sugar (Extra Sweet)" on the soundtrack to the film Brown Sugar. Featuring Faith Evans, "Brown Sugar (Extra Sweet)" reached #95 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. In 2004, Mos Def released his second album The New Danger, in which he experimented with other genres such as rock.[1] Single "Sex, Love & Money" charted at only #90 on the R&B chart. His next album, Tru3 Magic, was released in 2006 to very little hype. Its single "Undeniable" charted only on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart but won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance in 2008. Mos Def's fifth album The Ecstatic was released in 2009 on Downtown Records with distribution by Universal Records.[2] Mos Def has sold over 780,000 albums in the US. Contents 1 Albums 1.1 Solo 1.2 Compilations 1.3 Collaborative albums 2 Singles 2.1 Solo 2.2 Collaborative singles 2.3 As featured performer 3 Other appearances 4 Videos 5 References // Albums Solo Year Title Chart positions Certifications (sales thresholds) US[3] US R&B[3] US Rap[4] UK[5] 1999 Black on Both Sides Released: October 12, 1999 Label: Rawkus, UMVD Format: CD, cassette, digital download, LP 25 3 * — US: Gold[6] 2004 The New Danger Released: October 19, 2004 Label: Rawkus, Geffen Format: CD, digital download, LP 5 2 * 56 US Sales: 222,000+[7] 2006 True Magic Released: December 29, 2006 Label: Geffen Format: CD, digital download, LP 77 25 12 — — 2009 The Ecstatic Released: June 9, 2009 Label: Downtown Format: CD, digital download, LP 9 5 2 — US Sales: 60,000+ [8][9][10] "*" "—" indicates that release did not chart. Compilations Year Title 2002 We Are Hip-Hop: Me, You, Everybody Released: 2002 Label: Sattan Format: CD 2007 Mos Definite Released: April 20, 2007 Label: Frequent Format: CD 2008 We Are Hip-Hop: Me, You, Everybody, Pt. 2 Released: 2008 Label: Sattan Format: CD Collaborative albums Year Title Chart positions U.S.[3] U.S. R&B[3] 1998 Mos Def & Talib Kweli are Black Star Released: August 25, 1998 Label: Rawkus, Priority Format: CD, digital download, LP 53 13 Singles Solo Year Single Chart positions Album US[11] US R&B[11] US Rap[11] UK 1998 "Universal Magnetic" — 101 — — Soundbombing "Body Rock" (featuring Q-Tip and Tash) 115[A] 65 21 — Lyricist Lounge, Volume One 1999 "Next Universe" — — — — Soundbombing II "Ms. Fat Booty"/"Mathematics" — 54 20 — Black on Both Sides "Umi Says" — — — 60[5] "Another World (Remix)" (featuring Talib Kweli) — — — — We Are Hip-Hop: Me, You, Everybody 2000 "Ms. Fat Booty 2" (with Ghostface Killah) — 98 15 64[12] Lyricist Lounge 2 2001 "Jam on It" 50[B] 42[B] 23 — Underground Airplay Version 1.0 2002 "Brown Sugar (Extra Sweet)" (featuring Faith Evans) 55[B] 95 — — Brown Sugar soundtrack 2004 "Sex, Love & Money" 16[B] 90 — — The New Danger "Close Edge" — 44[B] — — "Ghetto Rock" — — — — 2005 "Sunshine" — — — — 2006 "Undeniable" — 31[B] — — True Magic 2008 "Life in Marvelous Times" — — — — The Ecstatic 2009 "Quiet Dog" — — — — "Casa Bey" — — — — "Supermagic" — — — — "History" (featuring Talib Kweli) — — — — A. ^ Charted only on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles or Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles charts, 25-song extensions of the original Billboard' Hot 100 and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts respectively. B. ^ Charted only on the Hot Singles Sales or Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales charts. Collaborative singles Year Song Chart positions[11] Album US US R&B US Rap UK 1998 "Definition" (with Talib Kweli) 60 31 3 — Mos Def & Talib Kweli are Black Star 1999 "Respiration" (with Talib Kweli featuring Common) 50[A] 54 6 — 2000 "Oh No" (with Pharoahe Monch featuring Nate Dogg) 83 22 1 24[13] Lyricist Lounge 2 2002 "Wylin' Out" (with Diverse and Prefuse 73) 47[A] 65[A] — — Urban Renewal Program A. ^ Charted only on the Hot Singles Sales or Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales charts. As featured performer Year Song Chart positions Album U.S. U.S. R&B U.S. Rap U.S. Alt 1996 "The Love Song" (Da Bush Babees featuring Mos Def) 117 66 15 — Gravity 1998 "Bullshittin' (B.S.'n...)" (N'Dea Davenport featuring Mos Def) — 101 — — N'Dea Davenport 1999 "B-Boy Document" (The High & Mighty featuring Mos Def and Skillz) — 63 7 — Home Field Advantage "Travellin' Man" (DJ Honda featuring Mos Def) 113 76 17 — h II 2000 "A Brighter Day" (Ronny Jordan featuring Mos Def) — 54[A] 20 — A Brighter Day 2002 "Six Days" (DJ Shadow featuring Mos Def) 10[A] 38[A] — — The Private Press 2003 "Wanna B Where U R (Thisizzaluvsong)" (Floetry featuring Mos Def) — 116 — — Barbershop 2: Back in Business soundtrack and Floacism "Live" 2004 "Bin Laden" (Immortal Technique featuring Mos Def) — — — — Non-album single 2009 "Magnetic Arts" (DJ Honda featuring Mos Def) — — — — DJ Honda IV 2010 "Stylo" (Gorillaz featuring Mos Def and Bobby Womack) 103 — — 24 Plastic Beach "Just Begun" (Reflection Eternal featuring Jay Electronica, J. Cole, and Mos Def) — — — — Revolutions Per Minute "It Ain't My Fault" (Gulf Aid All-Stars featuring Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Mos Def, Lenny Kravitz, and Trombone Shorty) — — — — Single Only A. ^ Charted only on the Hot Singles Sales or Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales charts. Other appearances Year Song Artist(s) Album 1996 "Intro" Da Bush Babees Gravity "S.O.S." "Big Brother Beat" De La Soul "Stakes Is High" "Stakes Is High (Remix)" (also featuring Truth Enola) "Itzsoweezee (HOT)" single 1997 "From Mos Def" DJ Krush MiLight "Shinjiro" "BMT" (also featuring Biz Markie) Towa Tei Sound Museum "Fortified Live" (Performed by Reflection Eternal also featuring Mr. Man) Rawkus Records Soundbombing "Freestyle" (Performed with Talib Kweli as Black Star) "If You Can Huh..." 1998 "Body Rock" (Performed with Q-Tip & Tash) Rawkus Records Lyricist Lounge, Volume One "Crying at Airports (Shawn J. Period Remix)" Whale "Four Big Speakers" single "Fruits of Labor" Wizdom Life, Matt Fingatip & Shawn J. Period Hip Hop Independents Vol. 1 "Rock Rock Y'all" (also featuring Punchline, Jane Doe and Wordsworth) A Tribe Called Quest The Love Movement "World Famous" Funkmaster Flex The Mixtape Volume 3: 60 Minutes of Funk, The Final Chapter 1999 "Double Trouble" The Roots Things Fall Apart "Back in the Ghetto" (Performed with Eminem & Sadat X) Various Artists New York Undercover "Beautiful (Black Star Remix)" (Performed with Talib Kweli as Black Star) Mary J. Blige "All That I Can Say" single "B-Boy Document '99" (also featuring Skillz) High & Mighty Home Field Advantage & Soundbombing II Rawkus Records Soundbombing II "A Message From Mos Def & The Beat Junkies" "Next Universe" "If It's Alright Y'all" Brixx Superrappin: The Album "Tinseltown to the Boogiedown" Scritti Politti Anomie & Bonhomie "All Praises Due" A.D.L.I.B. Urban Renewal: Word on the Street "The Hard Margin" (Performed with Talib Kweli as Black Star) The Creators "The Hard Margin" single 2000 Bad Magic Presents: The Precedent "Foundation" DJ Honda 2000 "You (Feel Good Remix)" Samuel Christian Black and White soundtrack "Black Iz Back" (Performed as member of Mau Maus) Mau Maus Bamboozled soundtrack "On My Own" (also featuring Les Nubians) The Black Eyed Peas Bridging the Gap "Saturday Nite" Brand New Heavies Delicious Vinyl Presents... Prime Cuts Vol. 1 "Lyrical Fluctuation 2000 (Spinna Mix)" (Performed with Talib Kweli as Black Star also featuring Mr. Complex, Pharaohe Monch & Shabaam Sahdeeq) Jigmastas DJ Spinna: The Beat Suite "Eve" Spacek "Eve" single "One Four Love Pt. 1" (Performed with Talib Kweli as Black Star also featuring Common, Kool G. Rap, Posdnuos, Rah Digga, Sporty Thievz, Pharaohe Monch & Shabaam Sahdeeq) Rawkus Records Hip Hop for Respect EP "A Tree Never Grown" (also featuring A.L., Fre, Grafh, Invincible, J-Live, Jane Doe, Kofi Taha, Rubix, Tame One & Wordsworth) "One Four Love Pt. 2" (also featuring Cappadonna, Channel Live, Crunch Lo, Rock, Shyheim & Wise Intelligent) "The Questions" Common Like Water for Chocolate "Oh No" (Performed with Pharoahe Monch featuring Nate Dogg) Rawkus Records Lyricist Lounge 2 "I've Committed Murder (Gang Starr Remix)" (Performed by Macy Gray also featuring Guru) "Ms. Fat Booty 2" (featuring Ghostface Killah) "This Means You" Reflection Eternal Train of Thought "Love Rain (Remix)" Jill Scott Who Is Jill Scott?: Words and Sounds, Vol. 1 "Hurricane" (also featuring Common, Black Thought, Dice Raw, Flo Brown, Jazzyfatnastees & The Roots) Various Artists The Hurricane soundtrack "What's That? (¿Que Eso?)" (also featuring De La Soul) Tony Touch The Piece Maker "Can U C The Pride In The Panther (Male Version)" 2Pac The Rose That Grew from Concrete "Can U C The Pride In The Panther (Female Version)" "(Another) Another World" (Performed with Talib Kweli as Black Star) The Creators The Weight 2001 "Reminisce" (also featuring Common) Bilal 1st Born Second "Do Your Best" Femi Kuti Fight to Win "Jam On It" DJ Spinbad Underground Airplay Version 1.0 "If Looks Could Kill (You Would Be Dead)" (Performed with Beyoncé Knowles & Sam Sarpong) MTV Carmen: A Hip Hopera "Black & Blue" (Performed with Mekhi Phifer) "Bounce" DJ Hasebe Hey World "Get Ta Steppin'" (also featuring Vinia Mojica) Hi-Tek Hi-Teknology "Street Sounds" Charlie Hunter Quartet Songs from the Analog Playground "Creole" "My Nutmeg Phantasy" (also featuring Angie Stone) Macy Gray The Id 2002 "I Against I" (Performed with Massive Attack) Various Artists Blade II soundtrack "Joy" Talib Kweli Quality "Freak Daddy" Rawkus Records Soundbombing III "Seven Days (DJ Premier Remix)" (also featuring Nate Dogg) Craig David "Seven Days"single "Guess You Didn't Love Me" Terri Walker Untitled "Wylin Out" (Performed with Diverse) Ninja Tune Urban Renewal Program 2003 "On the Run" (also featuring M.O.P.) Mark Ronson Here Comes the Fuzz "Stakes Is High (Remix)" De La Soul The Best Of "Guess You Didn't Love Me" Terri Walker Untitled 2004 "Wanna B Where U R (Thisizzaluvsong)" Floetry Barbershop 2: Back in Business soundtrack "Beauty in the Dark (Groove with You)" The Isley Brothers Taken to the Next Phase (Reconstructions) "Supreme, Supreme" Talib Kweli The Beautiful Struggle "She Wants to Move (Native Tongues Remix)" (also featuring Common, De La Soul & Q-Tip) N*E*R*D "Maybe" single "Two Words" (also featuring Freeway & The Harlem Boys Choir) Kanye West The College Dropout 2005 "T.I.M.E." (also featuring Black Thought & Stephanie McKay) Scratch Perverts Fabric Big Issue CD "The Corner (Remix)" (also featuring Common) Scarface "My Homies Part 2" "Victory" (Performed with Sizzla) K-Salaam The World Is Ours "Love It or Leave It Alone" (also featuring Common) Alicia Keys Unplugged "Yo-Yo-Yo (Street)" Medina Green "Yo-Yo-Yo (Street)" single 2006 "Superstar" Ge-ology Facets "Where We At" Jurassic 5 Feedback "Here Comes the Champ" (Performed with Anwar Superstar) Dan the Automator Dan the Automator Presents 2K7 "We Get Down" (also featuring Bootsy Collins & Raphael Saadiq) Hi-Tek Hi-Teknology²: The Chip "Let It Go" Little Brother & DJ Drama Separate But Equal 2007 "Hey Baby" Stephen Marley Mind Control "Drunk and Hot Girls" Kanye West Graduation "The Glory" (background vocals) "Good Night" (also featuring Al Be Back) "Brooklyn in My Mind" (also featuring Jean Grae & Memphis Bleek) 9th Wonder The Dream Merchant Vol. 2 "Light (Can You See It?) (also featuring Ken "Duro" Ifill) DJ Krush Suimou Tsunenimasu "Love Rain (Head Nod Remix)" Jill Scott Collaborations "Love Rain (Coffee Shop Mix)" "D.A.N.C.E. (Benny Blanco Remix)" (also featuring Spank Rock) Justice † 2008 "Rising Down" (also featuring Dice Raw & Styles P) The Roots Rising Down 2009 "America" (also featuring Chali 2na) K'naan Troubadour "Mountain Sunlight" Jazz Liberatorz Fruit Of The Past "On The Vista" BlakRoc BlakRoc "Ain't Nothing Like You (Hoochie Coo)" (also featuring Jim Jones) 2010 "Party Done" Medina Green Save the Children "Sweepstakes" (also featuring Hypnotic Brass Ensemble) Gorillaz Plastic Beach "New York Is Killing Me (Remix)" Gil Scott-Heron "Priority (Acapella)" Various Artists Raise Hope For Congo "Sweetest Fruit" Baraka Blue SoundHeart "The Day" (also featuring Jay Electronica) Curren$y Pilot Talk "24 Hour Karate School" Ski Beatz "Prowler 2" (also featuring Jean Grae, Jay Electronica & Joell Ortiz) "Arials" (also featuring Curren$y, Whosane, Terri Walker & Stalley) "Cream Of The Planet" "Taxi" (also featuring Whosane) "Lord Lord Lord" (also featuring Swizz Beatz, Raekwon & Charlie Wilson) Kanye West G.O.O.D. Fridays "Don't Look Down" (also featuring Lupe Fiasco & Big Sean) Videos 1994: Manifest Destiny (Urban Thermo Dynamics) 1996: The Love Song (Da Bush Babees featuring Mos Def) 1998: Travellin' Man (DJ Honda featuring Mos Def) 1998: Body Rock (Mos Def, Q-Tip & Tash) 1998: Definition (Black Star) 1999: Respiration (Black Star featuring Common) 1999: Tinseltown To The Boogiedown (Scritti Politti featuring Mos Def & Lee Majors) 1999: B-Boy Document '99 (The High & Mighty featuring Mos Def & Skillz) 1999: Ms. Fat Booty (Mos Def) 1999: Umi Says (Mos Def) 2000: One Four Love (Part 1) (Common, Kool G Rap, Posdnuos, Rah Digga, Sporty Thievz, Black Star, Pharaohe Monch & Shabaam Sahdeeq) 2000: Blak Iz Blak (Mos Def, Canibus, Charli Baltimore, MC Serch, Mums, DJ Scratch & Gano Grills) 2000: Oh No (Mos Def, Pharoahe Monch & Nate Dogg) 2002: Brown Sugar (Extra Sweet) (Mos Def featuring Faith Evans) 2004: Two Words (Kanye West featuring Mos Def, Freeway & The Harlem Boys Choir) 2004: Ghetto Rock (Mos Def) 2004: Sex, Love & Money (Mos Def) 2005: Yo-Yo-Yo (Medina Green featuring Mos Def) 2005: Dollar Day (Mos Def) 2009: Casa Bey (Mos Def) 2009: Ain't Nothing Like You (Hoochie Coo) (The Black Keys featuring Mos Def & Jim Jones) 2009: Taxi (Snippet) (Ski featuring Mos Def) 2009: Supermagic (Mos Def) 2010: History (Mos Def featuring Talib Kweli) 2010: White Drapes (Snippet) (Mos Def) 2010: Stylo (Gorillaz featuring Mos Def & Bobby Womack) 2010: It Ain't My Fault (Gulf Aid All-Stars featuring Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Mos Def, Lenny Kravitz & Trombone Shorty) 2010: Cream Of The Planet (Ski Beatz featuring Mos Def) References ^ Kellman, Andy (October 19, 2004). "The New Danger review". allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/album/r713695. Retrieved June 30, 2010.  ^ Birchmeier, Jason (2009). "Mos Def > Biography". allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/artist/p291154/biography. Retrieved June 30, 2010.  ^ a b c d "Mos Def > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums". allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/artist/p291154/charts-awards. Retrieved June 30, 2010.  ^ "Mos Def: Chart History: Rap Albums". billboard.com. http://www.billboard.com/album/mos-def-dj-ideal/the-new-danger/653742#/artist/mos-def/chart-history/261079?f=335&g=Albums&sort=date. Retrieved June 30, 2010.  ^ a b "Mos Def". ChartStats.com. http://www.chartstats.com/artistinfo.php?id=9225. Retrieved June 30, 2010.  ^ "Gold & Platinum: Mos Def". RIAA. http://www.riaa.com/goldandplatinumdata.php?resultpage=1&table=SEARCH_RESULTS&action=&title=&artist=mos%20def&format=&debutLP=&category=&sex=&releaseDate=&requestNo=&type=&level=&label=&company=&certificationDate=&awardDescription=&catalogNo=&aSex=&rec_id=&charField=&gold=&platinum=&multiPlat=&level2=&certDate=&album=&id=&after=&before=&startMonth=1&endMonth=1&startYear=1958&endYear=2010&sort=CertificationDate&perPage=25. Retrieved June 30, 2010.  ^ http://www.hitsdailydouble.com/search/se_charts.cgi ^ http://www.billboard.com/news/black-eyed-peas-e-n-d-up-at-no-1-on-billboard-1003985032.story#/news/black-eyed-peas-e-n-d-up-at-no-1-on-billboard-1003985032.story ^ http://www.hitsdailydouble.com/sales/archcht.cgi?cht351 ^ http://www.hitsdailydouble.com/sales/archcht.cgi?cht350 ^ a b c d allmusic ((( Mos Def > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles ))). Allmusic. Accessed April 21, 2008. ^ "Mos Def Featuring Ghostface Killah". ChartStats.com. http://www.chartstats.com/artistinfo.php?id=9354. Retrieved June 30, 2010.  ^ "Mos Def/Nate Dogg/Pharoahe Monch". ChartStats.com. http://www.chartstats.com/artistinfo.php?id=9421. Retrieved June 30, 2010.  v • d • e Mos Def Albums Black on Both Sides · The New Danger · True Magic · The Ecstatic Singles "Ms. Fat Booty"/"Mathematics" · "Umi Says" · "Jam On It" · "Brown Sugar (Extra Sweet)" · "Sex, Love & Money" · "Ghetto Rock" · "Sunshine" · "Undeniable" · "Life In Marvelous Times" · "Quiet Dog Bite Hard" · "Casa Bey" · "Supermagic" · "History" Collaborative singles "The Love Song" · "Body Rock" · "Definition" · "Respiration" · "B-Boy Document '99" · "Oh No" · "Ms. Fat Booty 2" · "Bin Laden" · "Magnetic Arts" · "Ain't Nothing Like You (Hoochie Coo)" · "Stylo" · "Just Begun" · "It Ain't My Fault" Filmography Ghosts · Where's Marlowe? · Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme  · Bamboozled  · Carmen: A Hip Hopera · Monster's Ball · Showtime · Civil Brand · Brown Sugar · The Italian Job · The Woodsman · Something the Lord Made · Lackawanna Blues · The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy · Dave Chappelle's Block Party · 16 Blocks · Journey to the End of the Night · Prince Among Slaves · Be Kind Rewind · Next Day Air · Cadillac Records · Toussaint See also Discography · Soulquarians · Native Tongues · Black Star · Def Poetry · Nkiru Center for Education and Culture · Hip Hop for Respect