Joe-Q discography

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Joe-Q discography

Joe-Q drinking Cream Soda in early 2011.
Releases
Studio albums 6
Compilation albums 2
Extended plays 1
Singles 13
Music videos 21
Collaboration albums 1
Mixtapes 2


This is a discography of the Antarctican rapper Joe-Q. The discography consists of six studio albums, two collaboration albums, over 30 singles, two mixtapes and over 40 music videos. He has sold approximately 50 million albums worldwide, while receiving many awards and nominations for his musical work, and numerous additional nominations. Joe-Q has released six studio albums and two mixtapes. Eric was signed to Music Industry for the first three years of his mainstream career, before splitting with the label and forming his own record label "Stone Empire" in late 2006, and has released succeeding albums independently on the label.

Joe-Q's first studio album, "Wise Confusions", was released in 2003 and has gone down in history being one of the most legendary and iconic hip hop albums - despite being his lowest-charting album. Joe's next album, "During My Existence, Vol. 1", gained similar success in 2004. "Vol. 2... By Eric Cooper" came next in 2005 - which is considered by many to be his worst album yet due to it's minor success (although it did gain number 1 positions in various charts). To redeem himself, Joe-Q released another studio album the same year (which doesn't occur much in music). The album was titled "The Prototype", and was more successful than the preceding album. To finish off the trilogy of Joe's last two albums, "Vol. 3... Final Era Mixtape" was released in 2006 as a free downloadable mixtape. It is a very rare mixtape as the download links were removed from all over the Internet a month after it's release. Joe did not release it as a studio album because he had already released many purchasable albums and wished to release free material. "The Prototype 2" followed in 2007, which lead to Joe-Q revealing that another trilogy-series of albums were to be released. "The Prototype 3", the last of the album series, released in 2009. According to sales the first and last albums of "The Prototype" series were the best-selling of the trilogy. Two compilation albums of Joe-Q's biggest hits have been released.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
USA CP UTR FRZ TAP PEN PUF DKL
2003 Wise Confusions 18 23 12
  • USA: 5× Platinum
  • UTR: 6× Platinum
2004 During My Existence, Vol. 1 3 10 1 4
  • USA: 3× Platinum
  • UTR: 6× Platinum
  • CP: 9× Platinum
  • FRZ: 5× Platium
  • TAP: Platinum
  • PUF: Platinum
  • DKL: Gold
2005 Vol. 2... By Eric Cooper 1 19 1 2 20 33 59
  • USA: Platinum
  • UTR: Gold
  • CP: 3× Platinum
  • FRZ: Platinum
  • TAP: Silver
  • DKL: Silver
The Prototype 1 1 1 2 2 1 9
  • USA: 6× Platinum
  • UTR: 5× Platinum
  • CP: Diamond
  • FRZ: 4× Platinum
  • TAP: Platinum
  • PUF: 3× Platinum
  • PEN: Platinum
  • DKL: Platinum
2007 The Prototype 2 1 2 1 12 15 26 19
  • USA: 5× Platinum
  • UTR: 6× Platinum
  • CP: 6× Platinum
  • FRZ: Platinum
  • TAP: Platinum
  • PUF: Gold
  • DKL: Platinum
2009 The Prototype 3 1 1 1 1 8 6 1 11
  • USA: 2× Platinum
  • UTR: Platinum
  • CP: Diamond
  • FRZ: Platinum
  • TAP: Platinum
  • PUF: 2× Platinum
  • PEN: Gold
  • DKL: Platinum
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or receive certification.

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Title Chart positions
USA UTR CP
2005 Chapter One: Greatest Hits 1
2010 The Blueprint Hits 1 1 1

Extended plays[edit]

Title EP details Peak chart positions
USA CP UTR
Presentation No. 4 (with Omar Grest)
  • Released: April 4, 2008
  • Label: Stone Empire
  • Format: CD, digital download
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1
1

Mixtapes[edit]

Title Mixtape details
Area of Rule
  • Released: January 19, 2001
  • Label: Independent
  • Format: Free digital download
Vol. 3... Final Era Mixtape
  • Released: December 4, 2006
  • Label: Stone Empire
  • Format: Free digital download

Collaboration albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
UTR CP USA FRZ TAP PEN PUF DKL
2012 Renegade Riots (as Uprising)
  • UTR: —
  • CP: —
  • USA: —
  • TAP: —
  • FRZ: —
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or receive certification.

Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
USA CP UTR FRZ TAP PEN PUFF DKL
2002 "Wise Bunch of Penguins" Wise Confusions
2003 "No Hard Business" (featuring Big Jim)
"Trans-Antarctican March" During My Existence, Vol. 1
"Hip to the Hop"
2004 "Join Me" (featuring Omar Grest)
"Problems" (featuring Icecuber2d2)
"101 Situations"
"Well Obviously..." (featuring DJ Crow) 14 29 10 62 47 40 76 31 Vol. 2... By Eric Cooper
"Words to the Heart" (featuring Icecuber2d2)
2005 "Me, Life & Cash"
"The Streets Is Watching"
"Everything"
"Messin' With Your Head"

Collaborative singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
UTR CP USA FRZ TAP PEN PUFF DKL
2012 "B•E•E•F"
(with DJ Crow, as Uprising)
Renegade Riots
"The Renegade Riots"
(with DJ Crow, as Uprising)
"Jethro"
(as Uprising, featuring Jethro Collings)
"Penguins in Pengolia"
(with DJ Crow, as Uprising)

Guest appearances[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
UTR CP USA FRZ TAP PEN PUFF DKL
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Promotional singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
UTR CP USA FRZ
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Other songs[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
UTR CP USA FRZ
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Music videos[edit]

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