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Dexter's Laboratory: The Hip-Hop Experiment
The Hip-Hop Experiment
CD/Vinyl
Released August 20, 2002
Recorded 1996–2002
Length 21:12
Label Kid Rhino (CD)
Atlantic Records (Green vinyl)
Produced by Karen Ahmed, Mike Engstrom, Craig Kallman

Dexter's Laboratory: The Hip-Hop Experiment is a compilation album that features songs by various hip hop artists. It was released on August 20, 2002 in CD format by Kid Rhino, and in vinyl format by Atlantic Records.

Promotion[]

In August 2002, Cartoon Network promoted the soundtrack by releasing three music videos from the original soundtrack. The first, "Back to the Lab" by Prince Paul, debuted on August 16 on Cartoon Network's Cartoon Cartoon Fridays block, which was entirely devoted to Dexter's Laboratory that night. Two more followed: "Dexter (What's His Name?)" by Coolio and "Secrets" by will.i.am. To further promote the soundtrack, an advertisement for it was shown before The Powerpuff Girls Movie. The advertisement was also included on The Powerpuff Girls DVD and VHS home video. Ads for the EP also appeared in commercials for Cartoon Network and in hip-hop magazines such as The Source and URB Promotions included Dexter's Laboratory trading cards, books, and Game Boy products.

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