A Son Unique

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A Son Unique
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Studio album by
GenreHip hop
Ol' Dirty Bastard chronology
A Son Unique
Professional ratings
Review scores
Rolling Stone3/5 stars[1]
Vibe4/5 stars[2]

A Son Unique is the third and final studio album by Ol' Dirty Bastard. It was supposed to be released after ODB's death, in 2005, but was eventually shelved.[3] It was meant to be distributed by label owner Damon Dash. However, ODB was posthumously dropped from Roc-A-Fella Records, and the album has never been released. Despite this, it has been available as a digital download and promo CDs had been circulating on the resale market.


On the day of its planned release, A Son Unique was made available on iTunes. The release was eventually cancelled by ODB's label, Roc-A-Fella. The album was finally going to be released in November 2009 to commemorate the fifth anniversary of ODB's death, but eventually got delayed again. As of 2020, A Son Unique has never been physically released, but available on digital music distribution services.

Before releasing A Son Unique, ODB changed his stage name from Ol' Dirty Bastard to Dirt McGirt. The working title for the album was Dirt McGirt.

Track listing[]

1."Lift Ya Skirt (Remix)" (featuring Missy Elliott)Mark Ronson2:40
2."Pop Shots (Remix)" (featuring Lil' Fame)DJ Premier3:38
3."Operator (Remix)" (featuring The Clipse & Pharrell)The Neptunes4:02
4."Back In The Air" (featuring Ghostface Killah)RZA4:04
5."Work For Me" (featuring Young Chris)Rockwilder4:01
6."ODB, Don't Go Breaking My Heart" (featuring Macy Gray)Damon Elliott3:39
7."The Stomp Part II" (featuring RZA)RZA2:46
8."How Ya Feelin'"Damon Elliott3:10
9."Intoxicated" (featuring Raekwon, Method Man & Macy Gray)RZA4:18
10."Dirty & Grimey" (featuring N.O.R.E.)Dame Grease3:31
11."Danger Zone" (featuring Joe Budden)Boola2:57
13."Don't Hurt Me Dirty"Soul Diggaz2:49


  1. ^ Sheffield, Rob (13 November 2006). "Ol' Dirty Bastard: A Son Unique". Rolling Stone. Straight Arrow. ISSN 0035-791X. Archived from the original on 2008-01-05.
  2. ^ Rodriguez, Jayson (June 2005). "ODB: A Son Unique". Vibe. InterMedia Partners. ISSN 1070-4701. Retrieved 7 October 2011.
  3. ^ "Son Unique [Clean]: Ol Dirty Bastard". Amazon.com. Retrieved 7 October 2011.

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