Ghetto Millionaire

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Ghetto Millionaire
Studio album by Royal Flush
Released August 19, 1997
Recorded 1996−97
Genre Hip hop
Label TVT
Producer Prince Kaysaan, Royal Flush, Buckwild, E.Z. Elpee, Da Beatminerz, Sha-Self, Hi-Tek, Chyskillz, L.E.S.
Royal Flush chronology
Ghetto Millionaire
(1997)
Street Boss
(2005)

Ghetto Millionaire is the debut album by Royal Flush, released on August 19, 1997 through TVT Records. The album featured by production from various producers, including prominent hip-hop producers Da Beatminerz, L.E.S., Buckwild and Hi-Tek.

The album was not heavily promoted and failed to make much of an impact on the Billboard charts, only making it to No. 48 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and 30 on the Top Heatseekers. The album did spawn two charting singles, however, "Worldwide" and "Iced Down Medallions", the latter of which became a top-20 hit on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles chart.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Royal Flush. 

No. Title Producer Length
1. "Intro"   Prince Kaysaan 4:04
2. "I Been Getting So Much $"   Buckwild 4:04
3. "Iced Down Medallions" (featuring Noreaga) EZ Elpee 3:29
4. "Can't Help It" (featuring Khadejia) Prince Kaysaan 3:15
5. "Illiodic Shines" (featuring Mic Geronimo) Prince Kaysaan 4:06
6. "Moving On Your Weak Productions" (Featuring Mic Geronimo) Da Beatminerz 3:59
7. "Conflict Intro"     0:20
8. "Conflict" (Featuring Wastlanz) Sha-Self 3:44
9. "Shines Intro"     0:35
10. "Shines"   Hi-Tek 3:18
11. "Family Problems"   EZ Elpee 2:35
12. "What a Shame" (featuring Noreaga) EZ Elpee 4:14
13. "Regulate Intro"     0:48
14. "Regulate" (featuring Mic Geronimo) EZ Elpee 3:16
15. "Worldwide"   L.E.S. 3:10
16. "Niggas Night Out"   Buckwild 2:50
17. "International Currency Intro"     0:42
18. "International Currency" (Featuring Wastlanz) Chyskillz 4:10
19. "War"   Royal Flush 3:18
20. "Makin Moves" (Featuring Mic Geronimo) Buckwild 3:31
21. "Reppin" (Featuring Mitchelle Mitchell) L.E.S 4:01
22. "Dead Letter"   Low 4:01

Charts[edit]

Chart (1997) Peak
position
Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 48
Billboard Top Heatseekers 30