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Artist Icon Made in Germany (2001)
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Genre Icon Hip-Hop


Mood Icon Confrontational


Style Icon German Rap


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Made in Germany is the second solo album by German rapper Afrob. It was released on 25 June 2001 on the Four Music and Columbia Records labels. The beats on the album were produced by music producer DJ Friction, among others. The album cover shows Afrob from behind, sitting on the steps of a staircase. In the foreground is the circular lettering Made in Germany in black and Afrob is standing in the circle.
In addition to Afrob, other artists appear on nine songs on the album. Rapper Ferris MC can be heard on the song The Return of Reimemonster, while singer Gentleman makes a guest appearance on the track Arrab. The French rapper Warda is represented on En position de débat and the rap group Da Force supports Afrob on the song Fieber. Wasi, ex-member of the rap group Massive Töne, collaborates with Afrob on Schau dich um, while rapper D-Flame can be heard on the song Öffne die Augen. The track Kuckt ma' wer da rollt is a collaboration with singer Joy Denalane and rapper Max Herre. Rappers Harris (part 1) and Dean Dawson (part 2) are also featured on Afrocalypse 4. Made in Germany entered the German album charts on July 9, 2001 at number 24 and occupied positions 39 and 54 in the following weeks. It remained in the Top 100 for a total of six weeks. The album reached number 48 in Austria and number 68 in Switzerland. The title track Made in Germany was released as the first single on May 14, 2001 and reached number 79 in the German charts. In addition, the song Öffne die Augen was released on September 17, 2001 and reached number 65.
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Arne Brugger from gave the album four out of a possible five points. He described it as "one of the best German hip hop albums" in 2001, saying that "a clear further development can be recognized" and particularly praised "the second part of "Reimemonster" with Ferris". The guests D-Flame and Warda are also rated positively, whereas Gentleman's guest contribution and the title track are viewed more negatively.

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