The Hip-Hop Violinist

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The Hip-Hop Violinist
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Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 20, 2005
Recorded2003–2005
Genre
Length58:32
LabelUniversal
ProducerBaby Dooks, Dash, Kanye West, Nick "Fury" Loftin, Kere Brown , P-Nut, Akon, Midi Mafia, P. King
Miri Ben-Ari chronology
Temple of Beautiful
(2003)
The Hip-Hop Violinist
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]
Okayplayer4/5 stars[2]
PopMatters(6/10)[3]
Rap Reviews(8.5/10)[4]

The Hip-Hop Violinist is the third studio album and major label debut by violinist Miri Ben-Ari, released on September 20, 2005 through Universal Records.[5]

Track listing[edit]

U.S. track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)ProducerLength
1."Intro"
  • M. Ben-Ari
0:37
2."We Gonna Win" (feat. Styles P)
  • Dash
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Ohad Ben-Ari
  • Styles P
  • Dash
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • O. Ben-Ari
  • Daniel Glogower
4:28
3."Jump and Spread Out" (feat. Fatman Scoop & Vicious)
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Baby Dooks
  • Fatman Scoop
  • Vicious
  • Baby Dooks
  • M. Ben-Ari
4:05
4."Fly Away" (feat. Fabolous, Kanye West, & Musiq Soulchild)
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Fabolous
  • K. West
  • Musiq
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • K. West
3:54
5."Hold Your Head Up High" (feat. Lil' Mo)
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Baby Dooks
  • P'eggy
  • Lil' Mo
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Baby Dooks
  • P'eggy
5:02
6."Sunshine to the Rain" (feat. Anthony Hamilton & Scarface)
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Nick Fury
  • A. Hamilton
  • Scarface
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Nick Fury
4:30
7."Lord of the Strings" (feat. J. Ivy)
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • O. Ben-Ari
  • J. Ivy
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • O. Ben-Ari
1:36
8."Chillin' in the Key of E"
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Kere Brown
  • P-Nut
3:04
9."Miss Melody" (feat. Akon)
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Akon
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Akon
5:44
10."New World Symphony" (feat. Pharoahe Monch)
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • K. West
  • Pharoahe Monch
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • K. West
4:25
11."4 Flat Tires" (feat. Birdman, Lil Wayne, & Six-Shot)
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Kevin Risto
  • Wayne Nugent
  • Birdman
  • Lil Wayne
  • Sixshot
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Midi Mafia
4:58
12."She Was Just a Friend" (feat. Algebra Blessett & Anthony Hamilton)
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • O. Ben-Ari
  • A. Blessett
  • A. Hamilton
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • O. Ben-Ari
4:44
13."I've Been Waiting On You" (feat. Consequence & John Legend)
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • P. King
  • Consequence
  • J. Legend
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • P. King the Specialist
4:16
14."Star Spangled Banner" (feat. Doug E. Fresh)
  • M. Ben-Ari
2:52
15."Jump and Spread Out (Reggaeton Remix)" (feat. Fatman Scoop, Pitbull, & Zion & Lennox)
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Baby Dooks
  • Fatman Scoop
  • Pitbull
  • Zion
  • Lennox
  • M. Ben-Ari
  • Baby Dooks
4:15
notes
  • Violin samples Dvořák's "9th Symphony New World (4th Movement)"
  • The song "Jump & Spread Out" has been wildly misattributed as a remix of Zion and Lennox's song "Yo Voy" featuring Daddy Yankee, since they contribute to this song with some lyrics from their own song. The song has also been alternately titled "¿Dónde Están Las Mamis?" from their Motivando a la Yal: Special Edition CD.

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