Way 2 Fonky is the second studio album by American hip hop artist and producer DJ Quik; released by Profile Records on July 20, 1992. Recording sessions for the album took place during 1991 and 1992. Production was handled by DJ Quik and was executive produced Courtney Branch and Tracy Kendrick.
DJ Quik was beefing with rapper Tim Dog during this time who dissed him on two tracks "F*** Compton" and "DJ Quik Beat Down (Skit)" on his album Penicillin On Wax. He responded to Tim Dog with disses on "Way 2 Fonky" and "Tha Last Word". He was also beefing with MC Eiht who the two had already been beefing for a few years at the time.
The single "Way 2 Fonky" contains samples of "More Bounce to the Ounce" by Roger Troutman and "Falstaff" by The Watts Prophets. The video featured Quik dressed in all black, surrounded by his homies in a dark warehouse setting that becomes illuminated by random flashes of light.
Format: Digital Download MP3
Record Label: Profile Records
Produced By: DJ Quik
Style: Gangsta, Funk
Area Code: 310
||1||D.J. Quik||America'z Most Complete Artist||03:30|
|2||D.J. Quik, 2nd II None||Mo' P***y||03:40|
|3||D.J. Quik||Way 2 Fonky||03:20|
|4||D.J. Quik||Jus Lyke Compton||04:10|
|5||D.J. Quik||Quik's Groove II (For You 2 Rip 2)||02:32|
|6||D.J. Quik||Me Wanna Rip You're Girl||04:37|
|7||D.J. Quik, Playa Hamm||When You're A Gee||04:07|
|8||D.J. Quik, 2nd II None||No Bullsh**||01:56|
|9||D.J. Quik, 2nd II None||Only Fo' Tha Money||03:58|
|10||D.J. Quik, Chocolate Lovelites, Darreyn Johnson, Sexy Leroy||Let Me Rip Tonite||04:16|
|11||D.J. Quik, 2nd II None, AMG, Hi-C, JFN||N***az Still Trippin'||04:07|
|12||D.J. Quik||The Last Word||02:28|