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Download links and information about Hoodstar by Chingy. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Pop genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:32:10 minutes.

Artist: Chingy
Release date: 2006
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Pop
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:32:10
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No. Title Length
1. Intro (Rid'in Wit Me) 1:46
2. Hands Up 4:38
3. Club Gettin' Crowded (feat. Three 6 Mafia) (featuring Three 6 Mafia) 4:35
4. Nike Aurr's & Crispy Tee's 3:46
5. Bounce That 3:53
6. Cadillac Door (feat. Midwest City) (featuring Midwest City) 3:40
7. Dem Jeans (feat. Jermaine Dupri) (featuring Jermaine Dupri) 3:49
8. Pullin' Me Back (feat. Tyrese) (featuring Tyrese) 3:54
9. U a Freak (Nasty Girl) [feat. Mr. Collipark] (featuring Mr Collipark) 4:07
10. Brand New Kicks (feat. Mannie Fresh) (featuring Mannie Fresh) 4:31
11. Ass N da Aurr (feat. Spiffy) (featuring Spiffy) 4:05
12. Let Me Luv U 4:55
13. Let's Ride (feat. Fatman Scoop) (featuring Fatman Scoop) 3:48
14. Club Gettin' Crowded (feat. Three 6 Mafia) (featuring Three 6 Mafia) 6:38
15. Nike Aurr's & Crispy Tee's 4:48
16. Holidae In (feat. Ludacris & Snoop Dogg) (featuring Snoop Dogg, Ludacris) 7:49
17. Fall-N (feat. G.I.B.) (featuring G. I. B.) 4:27
18. One Call Away (feat. J. Weav) (featuring J. Weav) 5:45
19. Balla Baby Remix (feat. Boozie & Lil' Flip) (featuring Lil' Flip, Boozie) 5:41
20. Right Thurr 5:35



Only two singles came from Chingy's second album, 2004's Powerballin', neither of which matched the successes or strengths of Jackpot's "Right Thurr" and "One Call Away." Hoodstar makes it more apparent that the St. Louis MC's overnight popularity was like lightning in a bottle. Like a number of rap albums from the distant and recent past (Cassidy's Split Personality, for instance), Hoodstar is broken into sections with themes, but the themes in this case — the "hood" side and the "star" side — aren't all that distinct. The hood side has songs titled "Hands Up" and "Nike Aurr's & Crispy Tee's," while the star side has songs titled "Ass N da Aurr" and "Brand New Kicks," so we're not exactly dealing with a modern-day Death Certificate. Once again, Chingy does his best to balance his softer side (which he still does best, as in the Tyrese feature "Pullin' Me Back") with some menace (as in the Three 6 Mafia feature "Club Gettin' Crowded"). Timbaland, Jermaine Dupri, Mr. Collipark, Mannie Fresh, Kwamé, and longtime collaborators Trak Starz make for an impressive lineup of producers.