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Ultimate Victory


Download links and information about Ultimate Victory by Chamillionaire. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:23:55 minutes.

Artist: Chamillionaire
Release date: 2007
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:23:55
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No. Title Length
1. The Morning News 3:58
2. Hip Hop Police (feat. Slick Rick) [Main] (featuring Rick Mitra) 4:11
3. Standing Ovation 4:27
4. Won't Let You Down 4:37
5. Industry Groupie 3:32
6. Pimp Mode (feat. Bun B) (featuring Bun B) 5:22
7. Rock Star (feat. Lil Wayne) (featuring Lil Wayne) 5:00
8. Skit 3:04
9. The Bill Collecta (feat. Krayzie Bone) (featuring Krayzie Bone) 3:51
10. The Ultimate Vacation 4:05
11. Come Back to the Streets 4:52
12. I Think I Love You 4:43
13. The Evening News 4:08
14. Welcome to the South (feat. Pimp C) (featuring Pimp C) 4:12
15. You Must Be Crazy (feat. Lil Ken) (featuring Lil Ken) 4:54
16. We Breakin' Up 4:40
17. (Skit) Stuck In the Ghetto [feat. Tony Henry] (featuring Tony Henry) 1:44
18. Rocky Road (feat. Devin the Dude) (featuring Devin The Dude) 4:59
19. The Ultimate Victory 3:11
20. Still Countin' My Cash 4:25



One of Houston’s hardest working lyricists, Chamillionaire has been working overtime these past few years turning out dozens of his own ambitiously wordy verses as well as ghostwriting for the likes of Paul Wall and a host of lesser known Houston MCs. On Ultimate Victory Chamillionaire crafts more slick, sing-a-long hooks to consolidate his newfound popularity but is careful to balance hardcore lyricism and thoughtful production against the occasional flash of commercial gloss. The standout tracks here are among the best that Chamillionaire has ever produced. “Pimp Mode” sees him trading artful boasts with UGK’s Bun B, while on “Hip-Hop Police” Cham and Slick Rick rail against what they see as the media's hypocritical assault on Hip-Hop culture. Though these tracks prove that Chamillionaire can trade verse with some of the best MCs in the game, Ultimate Victory sports its share of filler, particularly the leaden “Party Like a Rockstar” knock-off “Rockstar” and the lazy lothario poses of “I Think I Love You”. Nonetheless, Ultimate Victory is a showcase for some of Chamillionaire’s finest verses and is well worth the attention of anyone interested in the Houston scene.