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AKA the Rugged Child is the debut album by American rapper Shyheim. it was released on April 19, 1994, by Virgin/EMI Records. Shyheim was just 14 years old when the album was released. Can I Get Some Help" by James Brown. Harmony of the Underground" by Blue Mitchell. On and On". "Opus Pocus" by Jaco Pastorius. Don't Change Your Love" by Five Stairsteps. You've Got It Bad" by Richard "Groove" Holmes.

Redirected from The Lost Generation (album)). Shyheim is an American rapper and actor affiliated with the Wu-Tang Clan. As a teenager, Shyheim was once considered "hip hop's wunderkind", and a famed urban artist and heartthrob, whom "even the harshest of critics can’t deny the level of artistry displayed by Hip Hop child prodigy" and latter-day luminaries such as Jay-Z looked up to him, mentioning him in admiration in his autobiography Decoded.

The Lost Generation Tracklist.

Renews automatically. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Lyrically Shyheim grew and his voice deepened, but lack luster beats make this album hardly worth repeating. Probably the reason for the such blah production has to do with Shyheim merging with Noo Trybe, which is known for acts like Scarface, Luniz, Big Mike etc. Yes, Gangstarr was on that label, but Premier and Guru still did the production on "Moment of Truth," but lo and behold Scarface made a cameo. I guess the problem with Shyheim's 2nd record is just the fact that it doesn't sound like a Wu-Tang record.

The Lost Generation (Digital Remaster), 1996. The Lost Generation (Digital Remaster), 1996.