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The Elephant in the Room is the eighth album by hip hop artist Fat Joe. It was released on March 11 2008 by the Terror Squad/Imperial/Virgin Records. Guest artists and producers include Dre, Lil Wayne, Jackie Rubio, Pooh Bear, Swizz Beatz, J. Holiday, Plies, DJ Premier, KRS One and Opera Steve.
"The Crackhouse" was the first song made available to the public prior to the album's release—a "street banger", according to Fat Joe—but the first actual single was "I Won't Tell" featuring J. Holiday, which peaked at number twelve on Billboard magazine's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
On January 30, 2008, Fat Joe added a music video for "300 Brolic" to his MySpace page, and in the March issue of The Source, Joe revealed plans to shoot a music video for the song "Cocababy".
Chart performance and sales
In its first week of release, the album sold 46,260 copies and debuted at number six on the Billboard 200. The second week, the album sold 15,000 copies and dropped to number 56. The third week, the album sold 8,800 copies and dropped to number 74.
|U.S. Billboard 200|
|Sales Per Week||46,260||15,000||8,800|
|1||"The Fugitive"||Street Runner||3:58|
|2||"You Ain't Sayin' Nothin"||Cool & Dre||Dre and Plies||3:38|
|3||"The Crackhouse"||Cool & Dre||Lil Wayne||3:29|
|5||"Get It for Life||DJ Khaled||DJ Khaled and Pooh Bear||3:28|
|6||"Drop"||Swizz Beatz||Jackie Rubio||3:00|
|7||"I Won't Tell"||LV, Sean C, & Mario Winans for The Hitmen||J. Holiday||3:49|
|8||"K.A.R. (Kill All Rats)"||Street Runner||4:00|
|9||"300 Brolic"||LV & Sean C for The Hitmen||Opera Steve||3:08|
|10||"Preacher on a Sunday Morning"||Scott Storch||Pooh Bear||3:28|
|11||"My Conscience"||The Alchemist||KRS-One||4:11|
|12||"That White"||DJ Premier||3:12|
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