Ghetto Postage

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This article is about the Master P album. For the crime, see postage stamp reuse.

Ghetto Postage
Studio album by Master P
Released November 28, 2000
Recorded 1999–2000
Genre Hip hop, Southern hip hop, gangsta rap
Length 73:38
Label
Producer Master P (exec.)
Donald XL Robertson (exec.), Carlos Stephens, Ke'noe, Myke Diesel, Sugar Bear, & Ezell Swang
Master P chronology
Only God Can Judge Me
(1999)
Ghetto Postage
(2000)
Game Face
(2001)
Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Source Rating
Metacritic 57/100[1]
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[2]
Entertainment Weekly C+[3]
HipHopDX 2/5 stars[4]
RapReviews (6.5/10)[5]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[6]

Ghetto Postage is the ninth studio album by American rapper Master P. It was released in November 28, 2000 on No Limit Records and Priority Records in the United States. This is Master P's last album to be distributed by Priority Records. The album features Snoop Dogg, Silkk the Shocker and Tamar Braxton. The album included the singles "Bout Dat" featuring Silkk the Shocker and "Souljas".

Commercial performance[edit]

The album found decent success with the single "Bout Dat" featuring Silkk The Shocker, which made it to #11 on the US HotR&B/Hip Hop Singles & Tracks.

Animation[edit]

The music video for "Souljas" was the first fully animated Hip Hop music video ever which became a huge success for No Limit.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro" (1:41) (featuring Erica Foxx)
  2. "Bout Dat" (3:21) (featuring Silkk The Shocker)
  3. "Don Is Back" (0:28)
  4. "Doo Rags" (3:09) (featuring Slay Sean)
  5. "Bitch I Like" (3:12)
  6. "My Three Uncles" (1:17)
  7. "Golds in They Mouth" (4:15) (featuring C-Murder)
  8. "Problems" (2:25)
  9. "Poppin' Them Collars" (4:47) (featuring Snoop Dogg)
  10. "I Don't Give Ah What" (2:41)
  11. "Twerk That Thang" (2:55)
  12. "Life I Live" (4:14) (featuring Slay Sean & Short Circuit)
  13. "Souljas" (3:32)
  14. "The Real" (1:42)
  15. "Pockets Gone' Stay Fat" (3:41) (featuring Magic)
  16. "My Babooski" (3:36) (featuring Tamar Braxton)
  17. "Still Ballin'" (3:18) (featuring Krazy & Slay Sean)
  18. "Soulja Boo" (3:48) (featuring Erica Foxx)
  19. "Hush" (3:57)
  20. "Roll How We Roll" (2:52) (featuring Afficial)
  21. "Would You" (3:11) (featuring Suga Bear & Krazy)
  22. "It Don't Get No Better" (2:42) (featuring Black Felon)
  23. "Always Come Back to You" (3:45)

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2000) Peak Position
US Billboard 200 # 25
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums # 2

Singles[edit]

Bout Dat

Chart Position
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks # 11

Souljas

Chart Position
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks # 30
Hot Rap Singles # 1
U.S.Billboard Hot 100 # 96

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