Ballers (album)

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Ballers
Studio album by 504 Boyz
Released December 10, 2002
Recorded 2001-2002
Genre Southern Hip Hop
Length 70:42
Label The New No Limit, Universal Records
Producer Donald XL Robertson, Sinista, Todd Moultrie
504 Boyz chronology
Goodfellas
(2000)
Ballers
(2002)
Hurricane Katrina: We Gon Bounce Back
(2005)
Singles from Ballers
  1. "Tight Whips"
    Released: 2002

Ballers is the second studio album by American hip hop group, 504 Boyz. It was released on December 10, 2002 through The New No Limit and was produced by Donald XL Robertson with additional production by new comer Todd Moultrie on the reggae influenced My Life is Sweet.. By the time this album was released. The album only peaked at number 49 on the Billboard 200 and number 13 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

504 Boyz are: Master P, Silkk The Shocker, Magic, Krazy, Choppa, T-Bo & Curren$y.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro"- 0:13
  2. "Tight Whips"- 4:28 (featuring T-Bo, Weebie, Lil' Romeo, Lil D, Slay Sean)
  3. "Who Run This"- 4:22 (featuring Weebie, C-Note & Papa Reu)
  4. "Holla"- 4:38
  5. "Haters Gon' Hate"- 3:40
  6. "I Got You Girl"- 3:40 (featuring Tyron)
  7. "Look At Me Now"- 3:06 (featuring Afficial)
  8. "Yeah Yeah"- 3:22 (featuring Slay Sean & Young Blayze)
  9. "Get Back"- 3:27
  10. "Commercial"- 1:03
  11. "My Life Is Sweet"- 4:38 (featuring Afficial)
  12. "Wanna Live Like Us"- 4:39 (featuring Afficial)
  13. "Tell Me"- 3:48
  14. "War"- 4:43 (featuring Afficial)
  15. "I Gotta Have That There"- 3:47
  16. "Everywhere I Go"- 2:48
  17. "Everybody Chillin'"- 3:16 (featuring Kango Slim)
  18. "We Gon' Ride"- 3:08
  19. "Grab Da Wall"- 7:55 (featuring Weebie & P-Town Moe)