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Album Information  
Title: Get Money Stay True
Release Date: April 3, 2007
Label: Swishahouse/Asylum/Atlantic
Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
Type: Explicit Lyrics
Styles: Southern Rap
Producing & Feature Credits
1. Get Your Paper (feat. Yung Redd)
Produced by Mr. Lee

2. Everybody Know Me (feat. Snoop Dogg)
Produced by Mr. Lee

3. Break Em Off (feat. Lil' Keke)
Produced by Mr. Lee

4. I'm Throwed (feat. Jermaine Dupri)
Produced by Jermaine Dupri

5. Call Me What U Want (feat. Yung Redd & E Class)
Produced by Mr. Lee

6. On The Grind (feat. Freeway & Crys Wall)
Produced by Mr. Lee

7. Bangin' Screw
Produced by Russel "Aaddict" Howard
8. How Gangstas Roll (feat. Crys Wall) Produced by Mr. Lee

9. That Fire (feat. Trina)
Produced by Mr. Lee

10. Tonight (feat. Jon B)
Produced by Mr. Lee

11. Gimmie That
Produced by Drumma Boy

12. I'm Real, What Are You (feat. Juelz Santana)
Produced by KLC

13. I Ain't Hard To Find
Produced by Mr. Lee

14. Slidin' On That Oil (feat. Expensive Taste)
Produced by Travis Barker





Album : Information | Producing & Feature Credits | Lyrics | Review

Title: The Peoples Champ
Release Date: Sep 27, 2005
Label: Swishahouse/Asylum/Atlantic
Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
Type: Explicit Lyrics
Styles: Southern Rap
Track Title Composer Time
1 I'm a Playa Beauregard, Houston, Slayton 4:25
2 They Don't Know Berry, Bulter, Earl, Freeman 3:39
3 Ridin' Dirty Berry, Earl, Neverson, Slayton 4:27
4 State to State Holmes, Pridgen, Slayton 4:12
5 So Many Diamonds Cates, Harris, Slayton 3:57
6 Smooth Operator Hawkins, Huston, Slayton 3:14
7 Sittin' Sidewayz Powell, Slayton, Williams 3:48
8 Internet Going Nutz Lawson, Slayton 4:43
9 Trill Berry, Dorsey, Earl, Freeman 4:08
10 Sippin' tha Barre Berry, Earl, Slayton 4:39
11 Drive Slow Harris, Slayton, West 4:33
12 March N' Step Berry, Carter, Coleman, Earl 3:47
13 Got Plex Cootabang, Lee, Slayton 3:45
14 Girl Record, Slayton 4:38
15 Big Ballin' Berry, Earl, Slayton 4:01
16 Sip-N-Get High High, Mitchell, Ray, Sampson 3:45
17 Just Paul Wall Berry, Earl, Slayton 4:11


Producing & Feature Credits
1. I'm A Playa (4:25)
Featuring - Three 6 Mafia
Produced by DJ Paul & Juicy J

2. They Don't Know (3:39)
Featuring - Bun B
Produced by G-Dash

3. Ridin' Dirty (4:27)
Featuring - Trey Songz
Produced by G-Dash

4. State To State (4:12)
Featuring - Freeway
Produced by G-Dash

5. So Many Diamonds (3:57)
Featuring - T.I.
Produced by G-Dash

6. Smooth Operator (3:14)
Produced by G-Dash

7. Sittin' Sidewayz (3:48)
Featuring - Big Pokey
Produced by Salih Williams

8. Internet Going Nutz (4:43)
Produced by KLC
9. Trill (4:08)
Featuring - B.G. , Bun B
Produced by G-Dash

10. Sippin' Tha Barre (4:39)
Produced by G-Dash

11. Kanye West Drive Slow (4:33)
Featuring - GLC , Paul Wall
Produced by Kanye West

12. March N' Step (3:47)
Featuring - Grit Boys
Produced by G-Dash

13. Got Plex (3:45)
Featuring - Archie Lee , Cootabang
Produced by G-Dash

14. Girl (4:38)
Produced by G-Dash

15. Big Ballin' (4:01)
Produced by G-Dash

16. Sip-N-Get High (3:45)
Featuring - Aqualeo
Produced by G-Dash

17. Just Paul Wall (4:11)
Produced by G-Dash


Lyrics


The Peoples Champ
(Sept. 13th 2005)
Track Song
01 Im A Playa
02 They Don't Know
03 Ridin Dirty
04 State To State
05 So Many Diamonds
06 Smooth Operator
07 Sittin Sidewayz
08 Internet Going Nutz
09 Trill
10 Sippin' Tha Barre
11 Drive Slow
12 March N' Step
13 Got Plex
14 Girl
15 Big Ballin'
16 Sip-N-Get High
17 Just Paul Wall

 



Review

Paul Wall is one of the more affable and accessible Houstonians. That's saying something. Don't forget: the city is also the home of Mike Jones, who wants you to call him at 281-330-8004 right now, not to mention the Astrodome, the temporary home to thousands of Hurricane Katrina survivors. He tirelessly refers to himself as a mere fan of hip-hop and constantly talks up his unsung heroes. Like most of his fellow H-Town MCs, Wall is a DJ Screw disciple, so he likes his tempos slow and syrupy he actually had to adjust to hearing hip-hop at a normal tempo, not the other way around! and he fills his rhymes with countless local slang terms (slabs, swangas, candy paint, tippin') that necessitate a glossary for many listeners. His thick but swift Southern drawl had its first spell of nationwide exposure on Jones' "Still Tippin'," one of the best rap singles released from any region in 2005. He's also the grille maker for many a Southern rap star (as boldly indicated on the front of The Peoples Champ) and gave the screwed-and-chopped treatment to T.I.'s Urban Legend. Years before all of this happened, Wall was kicking around, releasing the occasional independent album and mixtape. So, just like Houston itself, it has taken some time for Wall to get the spotlight. The Peoples Champ is a fine break out, led by first single "Sittin' Sideways." Not quite as magnificently woozy as "Still Tippin'," it's still another solid-gold production from Salih Williams, and Wall is as good over the beat as he is on anything else. Granted, Wall's no all-star lyricist he's rarely saying anything of deep substance (this is music for driving around and partying, after all), but his flow always fits into the fabric of the track. Titles like "So Many Diamonds," "Drive Slow," and "Sip-N-Get High" tip you off to the range of subject matter. Ever a gracious host, Three 6 Mafia, Bun B, Freeway, Big Pokey, T.I., and Kanye West are just some of the MCs who guest.

-by Andy Kellman (All Music Guide)


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