New Jack City II
Studio album by Bow Wow
March 31, 2009
LBW Entertainment, Columbia
Bow Wow ( exec.), Jermaine Dupri ( exec.), Michael Mauldin (exec.), Lil Ronnie, Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, J. R. Rotem, Swizz Beatz, DJ Khaled, Drumma Boy, Nitti, T-Pain, Bryan-Michael Cox , DJ Toomp, Ron Browz, No I.D.
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Limited Edition Cover
is the sixth New Jack City II studio album by American rapper Bow Wow. This is Bow Wow's first solo album to receive a [11 ] Parental Advisory label for Adult Language.
Album information [ edit ]
This article is outdated. (October 2011)
The album was released on March 31, 2009. On Bow Wow's and JD's YouTube page, JD explains the title of the album.
The first official single for the album will be [12 ] You Can Get It All featuring Johntá Austin and produced by Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox. This single samples TLC's hit "Baby, Baby, Baby." [13 ]
Guest appearances confirmed include
Swizz Beatz, Jermaine Dupri, Nelly, Trey Songz, T-Pain, Ron Browz, Dondria Nicole, Lil Eddie and T.I.. Bow Wow tried to get Kid Rock on the song "Sunshine", but was unsuccessful. [14 ] [15 ]
Three versions of the album will be released. A Standard Version, a Limited Edition includes a Bonus DVD & a Walmart Version (Only a Clean Edition) with 3 Bonus Tracks.
The first video for the promotional single "
Marco Polo" was recorded in an aquatic park outside of an Atlanta Suburb known as Sun Valley Beach, in Paulding Co. GA. The music video premiered on the [16 ] Soulja Boy Tell 'Em Youtube page and on [17 ] FNMTV on July 25, 2008. [17 ]
The second video for the promotional single "Big Girls" premiered on
Youtube one day after "Marco Polo". The complete version was released later on Youtube for some time but then removed again for unknown reasons. There is no official date on the videos re-release. [18 ]
The video for the song "Roc The Mic" is released and is featuring and produced by
Jermaine Dupri. It was shot in Los Angeles, California near the Staples Center. The video for the song "You Can Get It All" featuring Johntá Austin and produced by Jermaine Dupri was shot in Malibu, California and has also been released. Both videos were directed by Hype Williams. [ Bow Wow confirmed that he will be shooting a video for "Pole In My Basement". The video will be shot in a strip club theme. The "Pole In My Basement" video is set to premiere on May 30, 2009 at 9 am EST on Bow Wow's official ] citation needed Youtube page.
In his tour bus, Bow Wow has made videos for the songs "Sunshine",
"Like This" [19 ] and "She's My" [20 ] on his [21 ] Youtube page, but the videos are home videos and not official videos.
New Jack City II debuted at number sixteen on the . On one of his Billboard 200 YouTube videos, Bow Wow asked his fans to help him get the number one rap album - as a 'birthday gift'. Unfortunately for Bow Wow, Southern rap group [22 ] UGK's took the top spot that week. UGK 4 Life
Track listing [ edit ]
Get That Paper
Shad Moss, Chadron Moore
What They Call Me
Nelly and Ron Browz Jermaine Mauldin,
Cornell Hayes, Jr., Jaron Alston, James Calloway, Leroy Jackson, Aaron Davenport
Jermaine Dupri, LRoc* 3:58
Contains elements and a sample of "Big Time" by
Rick James, written by James Calloway, Leroy Jackson and Aaron Davenport.
Roc the Mic
Jermaine Dupri J. Dupri,
Douglas Davis, Ricky Walters, Thomas Randolph Bell, Linda Epstein, Kenneth Gamble Jermaine Dupri, LRoc*
Been Doin' This
T.I. S. Moss, Clifford Harris, Lamar Edwards
You Can Get It All
Johntá Austin J. Dupri, James Phillips,
Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, Antonio "L.A." Reid, Daryl Simmons Jermaine Dupri, LRoc*
Contains interpolations of the hit song "
Baby-Baby-Baby" by TLC, and written by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, Antonio "L.A." Reid and Daryl Simmons.
(backing vocals by Johntá Austin)
Lee Hazlewood Jermaine Dupri, LRoc*
Dondria and Johntá Austin S. Moss, J. Dupri, J. Alston, J. Phillips,
James Harris, Terry Lewis Jermaine Dupri, LRoc*
Contains interpolations of "Even When You Sleep" by
The SOS Band, and written by James Harris and Terry Lewis.
T-Pain Faheem Najm, David "Preach" Balfour, Babyface,
Contains interpolations and a sample of "
Roni" by Bobby Brown, and written by Babyface and Darnell Bristol.
I Ain't Playing
Trey Songz J. Dupri, J. Phillips,
Johntá Austin Jermaine Dupri, LRoc*
Pole In My Basement
S. Moss, Christopher Gholson
Drumma Boy 4:16
Swizz Beatz S. Moss, Kasseem Dean, Rahman Lang
Swizz Beatz 3:31
Marco Polo" (featuring Soulja Boy) S. Moss, DeAndre Way
Soulja Boy, Young Sity 4:17
S. Moss, K. Dean
"Anything You Can Do"
S. Moss, Dupri
Deluxe edition [ edit ]
"Get That Paper"
"What They Call Me"
(featuring Nelly and Ron Browz) 3:58
"Roc the Mic"
(featuring Jermaine Dupri) 3:48
"Been Doin' This"
(featuring T.I.) 4:52
"You Can Get It All"
(featuring Johntá Austin) 3:37
(featuring Dondria and Johntá Austin) 3:40
(featuring T-Pain) 3:51
"I Ain't Playing"
(featuring Trey Songz) 4:47
"Pole In My Basement"
(featuring Swizz Beatz) 3:31
(featuring Soulja Boy) 03:32
(featuring Yung Joc) 04:29
"Anything You Can Do"
(featuring Lil' Bow Wow) 04:03
"Live from Nashville - A Control Room Event"
"Wall Across America: New York"
"Roc the Mic"
"You Can Get It All"
Personnel [ edit ]
Visuals and imagery
Technical and production
Dave Kutch -
Jermaine Dupri - production, vocal production, mixing
Nitti - production Lamar "Mars" Edwards - production
T.I. - production
T-Pain - production
Drumma Boy - production
Swizz Beatz - production
LRoc - co-production
Elliott Carter - engineering, recording Aaron Holton - engineering
John Horesco IV - engineering
Eddie "Shyboogs" Timmons - engineering, recording
Javier Valverda - engineering, recording
Miles Walker - engineering, recording
Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young - engineering, recording Josh Gudwin - vocal engineering
Phil Tan - mixing Leslie Brathwaite - mixing
John Frye - mixing
Fabian Marasciullo - mixing
Ray Seay - mixing
DURO - mixing
John Horesco IV - recording
David Bench - assistant
Carlos Oyanedel - assistant
Josh Houghkirk - assistant
Ghazi Hourani - assistant
Kegan Houston - assistant
Chart positions [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]