Hate It or Love It (album)
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|Hate It or Love It|
|Studio album by Chingy|
|Released||December 18, 2007 (U.S.)|
|Genre||Southern hip hop|
|Label||Slot-A-Lot Records/Disturbing tha Peace/Def Jam Recordings|
Calvo Da Gr8
Cool & Dre
The Ghost Writers
|Singles from Hate It or Love It|
It was released in the US in a regular edition as well as a rare limited edition with a bonus DVD containing interviews, live footage and the making-of video for "Fly Like Me". The album was released in Japan (limited - not on amazon.com or amazon.co.uk) with two bonus tracks "Ain't No Way" and "Remember When". It was the first is Chingy album not to be released in the United Kingdom.
The album entered the Billboard 200 at #84 with first week sales of 30,000 copies in the US, making it Chingy's lowest charting album.
- The first official radio single was "Fly Like Me" featuring Amerie.
- The second single was "Gimme Dat". The video was premiered on February 8, 2008, on TRL, 106 and Park and Yahoo Videos.
|2.||"Hate It Or Love It"||Co-Stars||4:07|
|3.||"Check My Swag"||Micheal Davis||3:33|
|4.||"Fly Like Me" (feat. Amerie)||LT Moe||3:44|
|5.||"Kick Drum"||Jared Gossolin||3:40|
|6.||"Gimme Dat" (feat. Ludacris & Bobby V)||Full Scale||4:08|
|7.||"All Aboard (Ride It)" (feat. Steph Jones)||Calvo Da Gr8||4:04|
|8.||"Trickin' Off (Skit)"||LT Moe||0:22|
|9.||"Spend Some $" (feat. Trey Songz)||Bei Maejor||3:32|
|10.||"2 Kool 2 Dance"||LT Moe||3:47|
|12.||"How We Feel" (feat. Anthony Hamilton)||LT Moe||4:14|
|13.||"Roll On 'em" (feat. Rick Ross)||Cool & Dre||4:28|
|14.||"Block Star"||The GhostWriters Dinavon Bythwood||4:33|
B-sides and bonus tracks
"St. Louis N***az" did not make the album, while "Remember When" and "Ain't No Way" were Japanese bonus tracks.
|U.S. Billboard 200||84|
|U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums||17|
|U.S. Billboard Top Rap Albums||3|
|Japanese Oricon Album Chart||59|
|Japanese Oricon International Album Chart||13|
- Kevin C. Johnson, Chingy's Changes STLtoday, June 3, 2007 (Accessed January 9, 2008)