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The Peoples Champ


Download links and information about The Peoples Champ by Paul Wall. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:13:30 minutes.

Artist: Paul Wall
Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:13:30
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No. Title Length
1. I'm a Playa (Featuring Three 6 Mafia) (featuring Three 6 Mafia) 4:25
2. They Don't Know (Featuring Mike Jones) (featuring Mike Jones) 3:41
3. Ridin' Dirty (Featuring Trey Songz) (featuring Trey Songz) 4:27
4. State To State (Featuring Freeway) (featuring The Freeway) 4:12
5. So Many Diamonds (Featuring T.I.) (featuring T. I.) 3:57
6. Smooth Operator 3:14
7. Sittin' Sidewayz (Featuring Big Pokey) (featuring Big Pokey) 3:47
8. Internet Going Nutz 4:43
9. Trill (Featuring BG and Bun B) (featuring Bun B, Bg And Mr Mac T) 4:08
10. Sippin' Tha Barre 4:39
11. Drive Slow (Kanye West Featuring Paul Wall and GLC) (featuring Kanye West, GLC) 4:33
12. March N' Step (Featuring Grit Boys) (featuring Grit Boys) 3:47
13. Got Plex (Featuring Archie Lee and Cootabang) (featuring Coota Bang, Archie Lee) 3:45
14. Girl 4:38
15. Big Ballin' 4:01
16. Sip-n-Get High (Featuring Aqualeo) (featuring Aqualeo) 3:45
17. Just Paul Wall 4:09
18. They Don't Know (Featuring Bun B) (featuring Bun B) 3:39



The crawling, surreal Houston rap style known as “screw” has gained a nationwide profile, with representatives like Paul Wall taking it way beyond Texas. He claims to be a fan above all, but behind his modesty is a convincing spitter with a stack of tracks that sound laden with doom even as he and his crew are simply bragging about their cash or celebrating their syrup habits. “Sittin’ Sidewayz,” Wall’s breakout single, is a spectral, echoy track that makes partying sound as threatening as an escaped prisoner. Similarly, “Trill” wouldn’t sound out of place in a horror movie; its placement in the sequence helps demonstrate a seeming intent to continually slow the album’s tempo until it has no choice to pick up (a little) speed with the Kanye West-produced “Drive Slow.”