The Way I Am is the debut studio album from West Coast hip hop artist Knoc-turn'al. It was released on March 23, 2004 by Elektra Records. Old Leroy & Nelson Brown) (Produced by Knoc-turn'al) 1:07. Slip Capone) (Produced by Knoc-turn'al, Padrone, Black Rose) 3:15. Produced by Hannon) 2:50. Snoop Dogg) (Produced by Scott Storch) 4:41. Hittman) (Produced by Mel-Man) 2:51. Old Leroy & Nelson Brown) (Produced by Knoc-turn'al) 0:50.
The Way I Am. "Please retry". Before releasing his acclaimed 2002 mini-album LA Confidential Presents Knoc-Turn'al, the Long Beach, California rapper made a name for himself on four songs on Dr. Dre's multi-platinum disc Chronic 2001. He co-wrote three songs on Dre and Snoop Dogg's soundtrack to the movie The Wash, and was featured on the soundtrack's first single, "Bad Intentions". Knoc also teamed up with Dre and DJ Quik to turn out "Put It On Me", the hit single from the Training Day soundtrack
Confidential presents: Knoc-turn'al is an extended play by rapper Knoc-turn'al. The EP was originally released to promote Knoc's unreleased debut album, Knoc's Landin' (2002), which was shelved due to undisclosed reasons. Two singles released from the extended play included the Grammy Award–nominated "The Knoc," and the Kanye West–produced "Muzik", which appeared on the Jason Statham film, The Transporter.
Features Song Lyrics for Knoc-Turn'al's The Way I Am album. 14. The Way I Am Lyrics. 15. Peepin Tom Lyrics. 17. The Way I Am - feat. Snoop Dogg Amended Version Lyrics. Knoc-Turn'al Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
One of the West Coast's brightest hopes was Knoc-Turn'al, an inimitable Los Angeles rapper with strong ties to Cali elite such as Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre, the latter of whom Knoc had songwritten for, most notably the summer 2001 anthem "Bad Intentions. Beyond doubt Knoc is a jack of most rap trades - he can not only rap, and do so with striking wit (if not dexterity), but he can also croon his own hooks, write full-fledged songs, and resemble Snoop's more colorful characteristics better than most
Knoc-Turn'al (born Rosheam Harbor) is an African American West Coast rapper. He first appeared as a featured artist and on several songs by Dr. Dre's songs, including "Bad Intentions" in 2002, and also served as one of Dre's ghostwriters.