The D.O.C - It's Funky Enough

"It's Funky Enough" was the first single by The D.O.C., from his 1989 debut album, No One Can Do It Better.

For those that don't know The D.O.C. was a rapper originally from Dallas, Texas and appeared on N.W.A's classic Straight Outta Compton. He released his debut album in summer of 1989, its was completely produced by the Legend himself Dr. Dre, the albums recieved massive critical sucess, Allmusic describes it as "an early landmark of West Coast Rap" as well as "an undeniable masterpiece".

Anyway after a car accident soon after his first album which damaged his vocal chords led to pretty much the end of his career.
Anyway hope you all enjoy this song and that its Funky Enough for ya.

"One, and here comes the two to the three and four"

A1. It's Funky Enough (LP Version)
A2. It's Funky Enough (Instrumental)
A3. It's Funky Enough (A cappella)

B1. No One Can Do It Better (LP Version)
B2. No One Can Do It Better (Instrumental)
B3. No One Can Do It Better (A cappella)

Download Link :

D.O.C. - It's Funky Enough
Posted on 12:11 PM by Cathal and filed under , | 5 Comments »


Jason@PSB said... @ October 19, 2008 at 1:11 PM

Classic, with acapellas! Many thanks.

Jesus Shuttlesworth said... @ October 19, 2008 at 6:57 PM

I was under the impression he was from Fort Worth, Texas. Maybe he moved there sometime after the album dropped, I don't know.

Jesus Shuttlesworth said... @ October 19, 2008 at 7:00 PM

he also helped snoop write a couple songs for the blue carpet treatment. his career's doing pretty well, just no more rapping for now.

Cathal said... @ October 20, 2008 at 10:40 AM

yeah bro your right, thats my bad, i even wikipedia'd him to find out where he was born but couldnt find out, so kinda assumed he was from LA. he actually is from Texas!

Lyrikill said... @ October 20, 2008 at 12:43 PM

i was about to say DOC is from the south uhmm...

Primo (creator of the "Eastcoast" sound from Texas)
DOC (Wrote most of the early G-funk classics, from Texas)

We all know N.O. created ragtime which birthed jazz, the original Amercican music...

"jazz made soul and soul made rap its/time to take a few minutes to take it backwards" Lyrikill "Classikill"