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CHINGY Powerballin'

CHINGY Powerballin'

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This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.

Chingy became an instant hip-hop celebrity with his ear-turning, slang-baked single "Right Thurr" and its accompanying multi-platinum debut album, JACKPOT. With 2004's POWERBALLIN', the laid-back St. Louis rapper with the slurred flow faces the always-daunting task of following up a triumphant first record. What's more, Chingy returns without the backing of Ludacris's Disturbing Tha Peace posse, with whom Chingy parted ways in the prior year.

Chingy harbors no bitterness towards his former crew, at least not in his lyrics, and more importantly, suffers no apparent drop-off from his opening salvo. POWERBALLIN' provides more of his lighthearted tales of clubs, cars, and women, delivered with Chingy's special sort of charm, bombastic and unaffected at the same time. After the most understated of intros, he starts the party quickly with the brash "Give Em Some Mo" and, from that point, the action never slows. On the R&B-flavored "Don't Worry," he collaborates with Janet Jackson and, on the beat-heavy "26's," he teams up with Lil Wayne. Chingy doesn't forge any new ground on POWERBALLIN', nor does he have to; as with JACKPOT, POWERBALLIN' is pure fun from a man with a knack for twisting words.

1. Haters 101 (Intro)

2. Give Em Some Mo

3. Fall-N - Featuring G.I.B.

4. Balla Baby

5. Jackpot The Pimp, Pt.2 (Skit)

6. Leave Wit Me - Featuring R. Kelly

7. Make That Thang Talk - Featuring Ziggy

8. I Do

9. Don't Worry - Featuring Janet Jackson

10. All The Way To St. Lou - Featuring David Banner & Nate Dogg

11. 26's - Featuring Lil' Wayne

12. We Clubbin'

13. We Do - Featuring Bun B

14. Wurr Da Git It Gurls At - Featuring G.I.B.

15. Bring Da Beef - Featuring G.I.B.

16. (Outro)

17. Balla Baby (Remix) - Featuring Lil' Flip And Boozie

18. What Up Wit It - Featuring G.I.B.

19. Don't Really Care
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