- Released: July 23, 2002
- Label: Razor & Tie
- 1.No, No, No - Destiny's Child
- 2.Too Close - Next
- 3.No Diggity - Blackstreet
- 4.Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days) - Monica
- 5.Bump N' Grind - R. Kelly
- 6.I'm So Into You - S.M.V.
- 7.Pony - Ginuwine
- 8.Just Kickin' It - Xscape
- 9.If I Had No Loot - Tony! Toni! Ton‚!
- 10.Don't Let Go (Love) - En Vogue
- 11.Candy Rain - Soul for Real
- 12.Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are) - Pras / Ol' Dirty Bastard / Mya
- 13.Don't Walk Away - Jade
- 14.On Bended Knee - Boyz II Men
- 15.He's Mine - MoKenStef
- 16.If You Love Me - Brownstone
- 17.Freak Like Me - Adina Howard
- 18.Age Ain't Nothing But a Number - Aaliyah
Experts at assessing a particular musical slice of time and whipping up a stellar collection to reflect said era, the folks at Razor & Tie Music once again score. This time out MONSTA JAMZ delivers the goods in reflecting the cream of '90s R&B. Many of the biggest names get represented including Philly crooners Boyz II Men ("On Bended Knee"), new jack kings Blackstreet ("No Diggity") and neo-soul pioneers Tony Toni Tone ("If I Had No Loot"). Huge solo superstars also show up including the late Aaliyah ("Age Ain't Nothing But A Number"), alleged ex-husband R. Kelly ("Bump N' Grind"), fresh-faced diva Monica ("Don't Take It Personal [Just One Of Dem Days]"), and naughty guy Ginuwine ("Pony") and gal Adina Howard ("Freak Like Me"). By far, girl groups command the lion's share of space going back to En Vogue ("Don't Let Go [Love]"), SWV ("I'm So Into You") and Jade ("Don't Walk Away") right up through Xscape ("Just Kickin' It") and Destiny's Child ("No, No, No"). The jewel at the centerpiece of this crown is "Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)," an all-star collaboration between Pras, Ol' Dirty Bastard and Mya.