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Straight Outta Cashville (Sometimes written Straight Outta CA$HVILLE) is the commercial debut of rapper Young Buck.
The singles from this album include "Let Me In", "Shorty Wanna Ride", and "Look at Me Now". It features a lot of rappers outside of G-Unit such as Lil' Flip, David Banner, D-Tay, Ludacris, Stat Quo and production from Lil Jon, Mr. Porter, and more. The track "Stomp" was controversial because rapper T.I. was on the original version. Both T.I. and Ludacris were dissing each other and Young Buck replaced T.I.'s verse with D-Tay's, and eventually (on the final album) with The Game's.
Sales and Certifications
|1||"I'm a Soldier"||Dre & Vidal & Felony||50 Cent||3:34|
|2||"Do it Like Me"||Chad Beats & Sha Money XL||3:51|
|3||"Let Me In"||Needlz||50 Cent||3:44|
|4||"Look at Me Now"||Kon Artis||Mr. Porter||4:26|
|5||"Welcome to the South"||Red Spyda||David Banner & Lil' Flip||3:50|
|6||"Prices on My Head"||Crown||Lloyd Banks & D-Tay||
|7||"Bonafide Hustler"||Diverse, co-produced by Klasic||50 Cent & Tony Yayo||
|8||"Shorty Wanna Ride"||Lil Jon||4:21|
|10||"Thou Shall"||Midi Mafia||
|11||"Black Gloves"||Doug Wilson, co-produced by Sean Cane for The Hitmen||
|12||"Stomp"||DJ Paul & Juicy J of Three 6 Mafia||T.I. & Ludacris||4:44|
|13||"Taking Hits"||DJ Paul & Juicy J of Three 6 Mafia||D-Tay||3:47|
|14||"Walk with Me"||Dre & Vidal||Stat Quo||
|15||"DPG-Unit" (U.K. Bonus track/Special Edition)||Black Jeruz & Sha Money XL||50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Snoop Dogg, Daz Dillinger, & Soopafly||4:06|
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