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“By Choice or by Force is the tenth studio album by rapper Pastor Troy, released on July 25, 2006.[2] Contents [hide] 1 Track listing 2 Additional information 3 Album chart positions 4 References [edit]Track listing # Title Producer(s) Featured Guest(s) Time 1. "Murda Man 2" Pastor Troy 3:50 2. "I Represent This (Can I Get a Witness)" Drumma Boy 3:49 3. "I'm the Shark in the Water" P-No 3:06 4. "Crossroads" DJ Squeeky 4:03 5. "Who Do I Trust" P-No 4:07 6. "Pop a Few Bottles" Cooley C Rasheeda 4:12 7. "I Like All That" P-No 3:12 8. "Drop That Ass" Drumma Boy 3:47 9. "Vegas" Terrance Cash 4:29 10. "Down for Life" DJ Squeeky Kira 3:23 11. "Partner in Crime" Drumma Boy Misha 4:04 12. "On the Block" DJ Squeeky Criminal Manne & Mr. Mudd 3:58 13. "Twenty Six" DJ Squeeky Bootleg 3:20 [edit]Additional information Labels: Money And The Power LLC., Fastlife, Koch Records. Executive Producers: Micah Troy and Bob Perry. [edit]Album chart positions Peak Position: The Billboard 200: #130”

“Stay Tru From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Stay Tru Studio album by Pastor Troy Released April 18, 2006 Recorded 2005–2006 Genre Southern hip hop Length 51:12 Label SMC Recordings, 845 Entertainment Producer HIN, P-No, Pastor Troy, Cooley C, Drumma Boy, Shawty Redd, DJ Brad Pastor Troy chronology Face Off, Part II (2005) Stay Tru (2006) By Choice or by Force (2006) Stay Tru is the ninth studio album by rapper Pastor Troy. It was released on April 18, 2006.[1] [edit]Track listing # Title Producer(s) Time 1. "Stay Tru" HIN 4:04 2. "Me Actin' Up" P-No 3:29 3. "Skit" Pastor Troy 0:46 4. "Lyin' Bout Her Crib" Cooley C 4:39 5. "Police Can't Break It Up" Drumma Boy 4:29 6. "Where the Hoes" P-No 3:37 7. "Skit - Idol" Pastor Troy 1:22 8. "Well Un Huh" P-No 3:45 9. "Polos & Lacoste" P-No 3:06 10. "Watcha Say" (featuring D.S.G.B.) Cooley C 3:16 11. "Heard the Party" Shawty Redd 3:56 12. "Attitude Adjuster" P-No 4:11 13. "Get Down or Lay Down" (featuring Mr. Mudd) DJ Brad 5:37 14 "Off in T”

“Cupid - Do You Dance ft. Christina Milian Producer: P-No Album: Time For A Change Label: T.O.C. Muzik LISTEN MORE FROM THIS ARTIST SEND RINGTONES TO YOUR PHONE Named after the Roman god of love (and Valentine’s icon) who shot arrows at people to make them fall in love, up-&-coming R&B singer Cupid looks to do the same thing, only with his music. On his new single, Do Yo Dance, from his upcoming debut album Time For a Change, the Lafayette, Louisiana, native’s vocals sound similar to such big-name R&B acts as One Chance and Tank. Plus, the beat courtesy of producer P-No doesn’t hurt either. Danity Kane’s Aubrey O’Day seems to fit in with her third verse vocals, thus providing even more appeal. Look for this song to get massive radio and club play, and Cupid to join a long list of R&B artists that can get the ladies going.”

“Yung Ralph - I Work Hard Producer: P-No Album: Most Unexpected Label: /MoneyMaker/Big Cat/Tommy Boy LISTEN MORE FROM THIS ARTIST SEND RINGTONES TO YOUR PHONE Contrary to popular belief, rapper Yung Ralph didn’t always look, smell, talk or walk “like money.” As a youth, Ralph was raised in a fatherless home, but the household tasks he carried out made him Work Hard to get to where he is today. On the second single from the upcoming debut, Most Unexpected, Ralph goes deep into the many struggles of everyday life and credits his hard work as the reason for his current successes. Topped off by a DJ Toomp-sounding beat courtesy of producer P-No, I Work Hard should silence Northerners’ extreme stereotypical criticisms of Dirty South artists like Ralph. Most Unexpected hits store shelves on February 26th.”

“My Life: The True Testimony is the solo debut album by C.T.E. affiliate rapper Blood Raw. It was released June 17, 2008. The album will feature guest appearances by Mannie Fresh, Lyfe Jennings, Trina, Big Rube, and fellow C.T.E. rappers Young Jeezy & Slick Pulla, while production was handled by The Runners, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Midnight Black, DJ Nasty & LVM and Drumma Boy. Contents [hide] 1 Charting 2 Track listing 3 Chart history 4 References 5 External links [edit]Charting The album debuted at #30 on Billboard 200, selling 17,377 copies in the first week.[2] [edit]Track listing No. Title Producer(s) Length 1. "I'm the Truth" (feat. Big Rube) pNo The Matrikks 5:04 2. "It Feels Good" Drumma Boy 4:17 3. "Louie" (feat. Young Jeezy) Midnight Black 3:26 4. "Almost There" (feat. Mannie Fresh) Mannie Fresh 3:53 5. "What's Happening" (feat. Trina) Arnaz "The Nazty One" Smith, 1500 or Nothin' (co) 4:12 6. "Fuck You" (feat. Slick Pulla) Tony Rey & Cliff Brown, Big Jones 4:04 7. "Tryin”

“Best Thang Smokin' is the second studio album by Atlanta rapper Young Dro, released on August 29, 2006. The first single off the album was "Shoulder Lean". The second single is "Rubberband Banks". The song "Gangsta" plays in the paintball arena in the CSI: NY episode "Consequences". [edit]Track listing # Title Producer(s) Time 1 "They Don't Really Know Bout Dro" Khao 4:09 2 "Man in the Trunk" Nitti 4:28 3 "Presidential" Khao 4:05 4 "Shoulder Lean" (feat. T.I.) Lil' C 4:20 5 "U Don't See Me" (feat. Slim Thug) Jazze Pha 4:38 6 "Rubberband Banks" Lil' C 4:49 7 "We Lied" Keith Mack 4:14 8 "My Girl" (feat. T.I.) Lil' C 5:22 9 "100 Yard Dash" (feat. Xtaci) Develop 2:59 10 "Hear Me Cry" Chad West 4:04 11 "Gangsta" Lil' C 4:53 12 "High Five" P-No 3:52 13 "Fresh" Jazze Pha 4:22 14 "What It Is" Jazze Pha 3:47 15 "It Ain't Over" Big Reese 4:47 16 "Cartoon" (iTunes bonus track) P-No 3:51 [edit]Chart performance Chart (2006) Peak position US Billboard 200 3[1] US Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums ”

“On Top of Our Game is the 2nd studio album by Dem Franchize Boyz, released on February 7, 2006. Contents [hide] 1 Track listing 2 Other versions 3 Track Listings 4 Sales 5 Chart positions 6 References [edit]Track listing "My Music" (Featuring Bun B) - 3:45 "I Think They Like Me (So So Def Remix)" (Featuring Jermaine Dupri & Da Brat & Bow Wow) - 4:42 "Ridin' Rims" (Prod. by Young Juve) - 4:23 "Bricks 4 the High" (Featuring Jim Jones & [[Damon Dash](Prod. by P-NO The Matrikks) - 4:54 "You Know What It Is" (Prod. by Maestro)- 3:57 "Lean wit It, Rock wit It" (Featuring Lil' Peanut & Charlay) (Prod. by Jim Jonsin) - 3:49 "Freaky As She Wanna Be" (Featuring Trey Songz) - 6:14 "Stop Callin' Me" (Prod. by U.N.I. Productions) - 4:18 "Give Props" (Prod. by U.N.I. Productions)- 4:52 "Suckers Come & Try Me" (Featuring DJ Unk) (Prod. by DJ Montay) - 4:26 "Don't Play With Me" (Featuring Three 6 Mafia) - 4:31 "They Don't Like That" (Prod. by U.N.I. Productions) ”

“Dem Franchize Boyz is the self-titled debut album by Dem Franchize Boyz. It produced one single, "White Tee," which was a major southern hit. [edit]Track listing Track Producer 1. "Where I'm From" P-No The Matrikks Productions 2. "Fight" P-No The Matrikks Productions 3. "White Tee" Pimpin 4. "When Can We Date" P-No The Matrikks Productions 5. "Dat's da Way Dey Roll" P-No The Matrikks Productions 6. "Do Ya Dance Girl" Hard Knard 7. "Bitch Nigga" P-No The Matrikks Productions 8. "Play No Games" P-No The Matrikks Productions 9. "Slap Ya Witta Bank" Hard Knard 10. "Oh, I Think They Like Me" Pimpin 11. "Hit da Dirt" (featuring Meat) Parlae 12. "45z, Choppas & 9's'" (featuring Peanut & Meat) Pimpin [edit]References ^ Allmusic review ^ RapReviews review”

“Raw Footage is the eighth studio album by rapper Ice Cube, released on August 19, 2008.[11][12] The first single, "Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It", was released with a music video appearing on his MySpace page on January 3, 2008.[13] The second single is "Do Ya Thang" was released with a music video on his website on July 1, 2008. Guests on the album included The Game, Butch Cassidy, Musiq Soulchild, Young Jeezy and WC. The album is his most political effort since The Predator was released over a decade earlier. In the single "Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It", Ice Cube talks about the fact that Gangsta rap is often blamed for crimes.Track listing # Title Producer(s) Featured guest(s) Time 1 "What Is a Pyroclastic Flow?" John Murphy Keith David 0:55 2 "I Got My Locs On" P-No The Matrikks Young Jeezy 3:43 3 "It Takes a Nation" Emile 3:26 4 "Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It" Maestro 4:41 5 "Hood Mentality" Hallway Productionz Keith David (Intro) 5:11 6 "Why Me?" Hallway Productionz Musiq Soulchild 4:01 ”