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Hustle & Flow (Music from and Inspired By the Motion Picture)


Download links and information about Hustle & Flow (Music from and Inspired By the Motion Picture). This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:09:22 minutes.

Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:09:22
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No. Title Length
1. I'm a King (Remix) [Featuring T.I. & Lil Scrappy] (P$ C) 3:32
2. Swerve (Webbie, Lil' Boosie) 4:09
3. It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp (Featuring Shug) (Djay) 3:00
4. Tell Me Why (Eightball & M. J. G.) 4:04
5. P***y N***az (Featuring Bohagon & Lil Scrappy) (Unknown) 4:48
6. Whoop That Trick (Djay) 4:26
7. Man Up (Trillville) 4:43
8. Carbon 15's, A.K.'s & Mac 11's (Boyz N Da Hood) 3:50
9. Lil' Daddy (Young City) 4:25
10. Let's Get a Room (Nasty Nardo) 4:14
11. Booty Language (Featuring Skip & Wacko) (Juvenile) 4:05
12. Bad B**ch Remix (Featuring Trina) (Webbie, Lil' Boosie) 3:59
13. Hustle and Flow (It Ain't Over) (Djay) 3:30
14. Still Tippin' (It's a Man's World Remix) [Featuring Nicole Wray] (Unknown) 4:42
15. Murder Game (P$ C) 5:24
16. Get Crunk, Get Buck (Al Kapone) 3:55
17. Man Ain't Like a Dog (Skit) (Djay) 2:36



The lineup spread across the soundtrack for Hustle & Flow cannot be denied. T.I., Juvenile, 8 Ball, and MJG, E-40, Trillville, Boyz N da Hood, Mike Jones, and several others make this a timely and fitting companion to the film. More importantly, in keeping the connection between film and soundtrack as tight as possible, a couple tracks performed by actor Terrence Howard — as Hustle and Flow protagonist DJay, a pimp turned MC — are included, along with a handful of dialogue bits. Al Kapone, a Memphis-based rapper asked by director Craig Brewer to write DJay's rhymes, also appears, only adding to the authenticity. While the soundtrack complements the film, most of the tracks provided by the big guns aren't top-level. That doesn't mean that the disc is useless for those who don't see the film (altogether, the tracks are more memorable than the average cuts granted to a soundtrack), but it's more New Jersey Drive or Bad Boys II than Juice or Above the Rim.