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Redirected from Walking With a Panther). Walking with a Panther is the third studio album by American hip-hop artist LL Cool J, released June 9, 1989, on Def Jam Recordings. While his previous album Bigger and Deffer (1987) was produced by The .
LL Cool J's second album was 1987's Bigger and Deffer, which was produced by DJ Pooh and the . This stands as one of his biggest-selling career albums, having sold in excess of two million copies in the United States alone. It spent 11 weeks at on Billboard's R&B albums chart. It also reached on the Billboard's Pop albums chart. Released in 1989, the album was a commercial success, with several charting singles ("Going Back to Cali," "I'm That Type of Guy," "Jingling Baby," "Big Ole Butt," and "One Shot at Love"). In October 2014, he announced his upcoming 14th studio album will be called . 2 with a release window of 2015. LL Cool J stated about the album "the concept behind the album was to give upcoming artists an opportunity to shine, and put myself in the position where I have to spit bars with some of the.
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Walking with a Panther is the third album by American rapper LL Cool J, released in 1989 on Def Jam Recordings. While his previous album Bigger and Deffer was produced with the assistance of production team The . Posse, Dwayne Simon was the only member of the group willing to work on Walking with a Panther as the other members refused to work on the album after Def Jam refused to pay them a higher salary.
Aesthetically speaking, . Cool J probably couldn’t have picked a worse time to release Walking With a Panther, his long-awaited third album. In 1987, the rapper’s brash Bigger and Deffer set new standards for rap music. Before then, who would have thought rap could incorporate doo-wop, lush balladry ( I Need Love ), even a rewrite of Johnny B. Goode ? In the two years since, the rules have changed drastically. Rap now encompasses everything from psychedelia to metal, and its most gripping lyrics make the Dirty Harry movies seem tame.