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Paul Wall



MC and DJ Paul Wall (born Paul Slayton) grew up as a hardcore disciple of fellow Houstonian DJ Screw and became so familiar with the pioneering DJ's woozy, slowed-down style of remixing that he had to adjust to hearing hip-hop at any other tempo. Prior to making a nationwide breakout in 2005 with a guest spot on Mike Jones' "Still Tippin'" and his Swishahouse/Atlantic Records debut, The Peoples Champ, Wall was involved with promotional street teams, DJ'ed parties, put together underground mixtapes, and was half of the Color Changin' Click with Chamillionaire. He recorded 2002's Get Ya Mind Correct with his partner, and then followed that with 2004's solo Chick Magnet. Controversy Sells, another disc billed to Wall and Chamillionaire, hit the streets in early 2005, just months before Wall kicked off support for the chart-topping Peoples Champ LP with "Sittin' Sideways." Two years later, Get Money, Stay True was introduced by the single "Break Em' Off" with Lil' Keke. Changing labels with the rest of the Swishahouse family, his first album for Asylum, Fast Life, followed in 2009. A year later, The Heart of a Champion arrived with blink-182 drummer Travis Barker handling production on half the tracks. In early 2012, he dropped the mixtape No Sleep Til Houston, which was picked up for an official release by the Fontana label late that same year. Affiliated throughout the years with Paid in Full and Swishahouse, Wall has also held down a lucrative business as a maker of diamond-laced grillz. His clientele includes Lil Jon and T.I. His 2014 LP The Po-Up Poet was a collaboration with producer June "The Jenius" James, while 2015 saw the release of Slab God, an album that featured Snoop Dogg, Devin the Dude, and Curren$y as guests. A year later, Wall returned with his ninth LP, The Houston Oiler, which included appearances from fellow H-Town icons like Z-Ro, Chamillionaire, and Slim Thug. His tenth full-length outing, Bounce Backs Over Setbacks, arrived in 2018, and featured appearances by Z-Ro, Lil Keke, Stunna Bam, and Cal Wayne, among others. ~ Andy Kellman
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Top Tracks

  1.   Track
  2.   Sittin' Sidewayz featuring Kid Kool
  3.   Drive Slow
  4.   I'm Throwed
  5.   Girl
  6.   They Don't Know
  7.   Everybody Know Me
  8.   That Fire
  9.   Im'ma Get It
  10.   I'm Real, You Fake
  11.   Trill
  12.   Gimme That
  13.   So Many Diamonds
  14.   Live It
  15.   March N' Step
  16.   Take Notes
  17.   Not My Friend
  18.   Call Me What U Want
  19.   Heart of a Hustler
  20.   Slidin' On That Oil
  21.   How Gangstas Roll
  22.   Break Em' Off by Lil' Keke
  23.   Bizzy Body
  24.   Grillz
  25.   Thinking Thoed
  26.   I'm a Playa
  27.   Cherry Pie & OG Kush
  28.   Work Flow by Slim Thug
  29.   Falsifying
  30.   Ballin Is a Habit
  31.   Label Shouts (Slowed & Chopped)
  32.   Luv N My Life by Chamillionaire
  33.   Game Over
  34.   Stay Iced Up featuring C. Stone
  35.   I Grind
  36.   My Money Gets Jealous
  37.   Sip-N-Get High
  38.   Bread on the Menu by Killa Kyleon
  39.   F**k a Hater
  40.   N Luv Wit My Money
  41.   Swerve by Colleagues
  42.   That's on Me
  43.   DTFO
  44.   Rain and Fire
  45.   Gotcha
  46.   Swangin In the Rain by Slim Thug
  47.   I Come From Texas Flow by Slim Thug
  48.   Forever Hustle by Ampichino
  49.   Still Tippin by Swishahouse
  50.   We Don't Give a Fuck by Swishahouse
  51.   Play Dirty
  52.   Gwopanese by Young Dolph
  53.   Peoples Champ COming
  54.   Purple Drank (Slowed & Chopped)
  55.   Pressin' Them Buttons featuring Lil' Keke
  56.   Play Dirty
  57.   Ballin
  58.   Money, Pt. 1
  59.   Round Here
  60.   I'm on Patron
  61.   Sumn' Like a Pimp
  62.   Lemon Drop
  63.   I'm Clean
  64.   Got to Get It
  65.   Look at Me Now
  66.   One Hundred
  67.   Back Then (Freestyle)
  68.   I'm From Texas
  69.   I Ain't Hard to Find
  70.   I'm Real, What Are You?
  71.   On the Grind
  72.   Talkin' Bout featuring Fae-Low
  73.   Sippin' tha Barre
  74.   Internet Going Nutz
  75.   State to State
  76.   Chick Magnet by Dani Marie
  77.   The Other Day