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Powerballin'

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Chingy 11/16/2004

Review

Delivered a little over a year after the multi-platinum debut, Powerballin' initially comes across as an attempt to position Chingy closer to the street and further away from pop. However, it eventually becomes apparent that the album is not much different in scope from Jackpot. Apart from further emphasis on fame and riches -- as indicated by the addition of one more vehicle, three women, and a lot more jewelry on the otherwise similar cover -- what separates this from the debut is the smaller number of effective hooks. So, in effect, it seems less pop-oriented. The Trak Starz are on board again, but they share a good amount of the production duties with a couple newcomers. David Banner produces and Nate Dogg assists on "All the Way to St. Lou," unsurprisingly one of the best tracks on the album. ~ Andy Kellman
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Haters 101 (Intro) Chingy 2:15
  3. 2 Give Em Some Mo Chingy 3:8
  4. 3 Fall-N Chingy 3:37
  5. 4 Balla Baby Chingy 3:33
  6. 5 Jackpot the Pimp, Pt. 2 (Skit) Chingy 0:51
  7. 6 Leave Wit Me Chingy 3:57
  8. 7 Make That Ass Talk Chingy 3:50
  9. 8 I Do Chingy 3:57
  10. 9 Don't Worry Chingy 4:23
  11. 10 All the Way to St. Lou Chingy 4:4
  12. 11 26's Chingy 4:23
  13. 12 We Clubbin' Chingy 4:1
  14. 13 We Do Chingy 3:18
  15. 14 Wurr da Git It Gurlz At Chingy 3:49
  16. 15 Bring da Beef Chingy 4:12
  17. 16 (Outro) Chingy 2:52
  18. 17 Balla Baby [Remix] Chingy 4:0
  19. 18 What Up Wit It Chingy 4:3
  20. 19 Don't Really Care Chingy 4:5
  21. 20 Balla Baby [Multimedia Track] Chingy null:null

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