Boss'n Up

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Boss'n Up
Bossnup.jpg
Directed by Dylan C. Brown
Produced by Snoop Dogg and Dylan C. Brown
Written by Dylan C. Brown
Starring Shillae Anderson
Snoop Dogg
Hawthorne James
Larry McCoy (actor)
Lil Jon
Shillae Anderson
Scruncho
Music by Snoop Dogg
Cinematography Max Da-Yung Wang
Edited by Jason Resmer
Distributed by Snoopadelic Films(USA)
Big Pook Films (USA)
Geffen Records
(music provider) (USA)
CodeBlack Entertainment (outside US)
Release date(s)
  • December 6, 2005 (2005-12-06)
Running time 88 minutes
Language English
Budget es. $550,000
UK DVD Sleeve Boss'n Up

Snoop Dogg's "musical" film inspired by his preceding album R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta) The Masterpiece, Boss 'n up debuted on 6 December 2005. It came out in DVD format. It was the first release of the newly founded Snoopadelic Films, run by Snoop Dogg.

Snoop stars as a grocery clerk named Cordé Christopher, a young and magnetic man, subject to keen female interest. He becomes a protégé of Orange Juice, an experienced pimp, after being informed of the better and richer life he can lead if he becomes a pimp. OJ cultivates Cordé's 'talent' and shares street knowledge with him, including the Rules of the "Pimping" Game. To some degree OJ treats Corde like a son. After achieving success Cordé has to choose between the love of his life, Chardonnay Allen, and his successful career as a pimp.

The casting includes other musicians like Atlanta rapper Lil Jon plays the role of Sheriff, a strip club owner who becomes a partner in Corde's business, Dominique, Corde's attractive attorney who frees him from prison, and comedian Scruncho is Hucky G, Corde's own pimping protégé.

Box office and business[1][edit]

Sales Revenue Screens Country Codes
150.000 copies $1 million - $2 million 1,000,000 theatres FR, UK, JP,
Television: AUS, RU, BE, LUX, NL

Awards and nominations[edit]

Source Awards
Year Result Category Lost to
2006 Nomination Best Hip Hop Movie ATL

List of songs performed or played in the musical interludes[edit]

  • "Powerful" performed by Blizzard (of the Block Boiz)
  • "Perfect" performed by Snoop Dogg, Pharrell and Charlie Wilson
  • "I Love to Give You light" performed by Snoop Dogg, Ricky Harris and Tanya Devine
  • "Panties Lead in" performed by Adam Gillohm and Phillip Rodriguez
  • "Fresh Pair of Panties on" performed by Snoop Dogg and J. Black
  • "The Battle" performed by Allokol Peete
  • "Girl Like You" performed by Snoop Dogg
  • "The Finer Things" performed by J. Davey
  • "Stay" performed by Jelly Roll
  • "Get 2 Know Ya" performed by Snoop Dogg and Jelly Roll
  • "Closer" performed by Snoop Dogg
  • "Promise I" performed by Snoop Dogg
  • "Supernatural Things part I." performed by Ben E. King
  • "Boss'n Up (theme song)" performed by Snoop Dogg
  • "Remember me" performed by Larrance Dopson and Lamar Edwards of T.I.'s new reality show "Life On Mars"
  • "Love don't go through no changes" performed by Sister Sledge
  • "The Bidness" performed by Snoop Dogg
  • "Nights over Egypt" performed by The Jones Girls
  • "Can You Control Yo Hoe" performed by Snoop Dogg and Soopafly
  • "Drop it like it's hot" performed by Snoop Dogg
  • "I'm Threw Witchu" performed by Snoop Dogg
  • "South" performed by 4chaluv
  • "Pass it, Pass it" performed by Snoop Dogg
  • "Hustle & Struggle" performed by J. Black
  • "Full of Fire" performed by Al Green
  • "Helicopter" performed by Cliff Martinez
  • "Let's Get Blown" performed by Snoop Dogg
  • "O-H-I-O" performed by The Ohio Players
  • "I Like Everything About You" performed by Willie Hutch
  • "Bongo Instrumental" performed by Niggerachie
  • "Butterfly Blues" performed by Adam Gillohm and Phillip Rodriguez
  • "I Do I Do" performed by Leroy Hutson
  • "Oh No" performed by Snoop Dogg
  • "Now At Last" performed by Feist
  • "Cold Cold World" performed by Teddy Pendergrass
  • "No Thang On Me" performed by Snoop Dogg and Bootsy Collins
  • "Step Yo Game Up" performed by Snoop Dogg, Lil Jon and Trina
  • "Ups & Downs" performed by Snoop Dogg (and The Bee Gees)

Additional Material[edit]

  • Bonus CD
  1. Get 2 Know Ya (Feat Jelly Roll) (Produced by Jelly Roll) - 03:38
  2. Drop It Like Its Hot (Remix) (Feat Pharrell And Jay-Z) (Produced by The Neptunes) - 04:16
  3. No Sticks, No Seeds - 04:19 (Produced by Terrace Martin)
  4. Shake That Shit (Feat Tiffany Foxxx & Young Watt) (Produced by Terrace Martin)- 03:49

AMG

  • Singles
    Get to Know Ya - digital download on MSN.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Advertisement

External links[edit]