Word of Mouf is rapper Ludacris' third release, and second for Def Jam Recordings, released in 2001. Def Jam decided to release the album early when pirated copies of the album's tracks were leaked onto popular peer-to-peer file sharing networks.

It produced the singles "Rollout (My Business)", "Area Codes", "Move Bitch", and "Saturday (Oooh Oooh!)".

It was nominated at the Grammy Awards of 2003 for Best Rap Album, but lost to The Eminem Show.

Track listing

# Title Producer(s) Featured guest(s) Time
1 "Coming 2 America" Shondrae "Bangladesh" Crawford 4:23
2 "Rollout (My Business)" Timbaland 4:58
3 "Go 2 Sleep" Shondrae "Bang a lot" Crawford I-20, Fate Wilson & Three 6 Mafia 5:12
4 "Cry Babies (Oh No)" Swizz Beatz 5:58
5 "She Said" Organized Noise Fate Wilson 4:35
6 "Howhere (Skit)" I-20 & Ludacris 1:13
7 "Area Codes" Jazze Pha Nate Dogg 5:04
8 "Growing Pains" Paul King & Alan Maman Fate Wilson & Keon Bryce 4:51
9 "Greatest Hits (Skit)" Mike Johnson 1:18
10 "Move Bitch" KLC Mystikal & I-20 4:30
11 "Stop Lying (Skit)" Ludacris & I-20 1:38
12 "Saturday (Oooh Oooh)" Organized Noise Sleepy Brown & Tanasia 3:52
13 "Keep It on the Hush" Jazze Pha Jazze Pha 4:48
14 "Word of Mouf (Freestyle)" 4-Ize 2:13
15 "Get the Fuck Back" Shondrae "Bangladesh" Crawford I-20, Fate Wilson & Shawnna 5:21
16 "Freaky Thangs" Shondrae "Bangladesh" Crawford Twista & Jagged Edge 5:34
17 "Cold Outside" Jook Chimere 6:05
18 "Block Lockdown" Shondrae "Bangladesh" Crawford I-20 7:48*
19 "Welcome to Atlanta" (Bonus/Hidden Track) Jermaine Dupri Jermaine Dupri at point 4:25 on #18*

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