New World Agenda
|New World Agenda|
|Studio album by Big Bad 4-0|
|Released||January 31, 2012|
|Genre||West coast hip hop, Gangsta Rap|
|Label||Zoo Life Entertainment, Infamous, G-Unit, G-Unit West, Fontana|
|Producer||Big Bad 4-0, Blaqthoven, SRKN, Kia Miller, Apex, Notes, D. Vegas, Fingaz, DJ Paul, C-Sik, Co Tree, Goldie Loc|
|Big Bad 4-0 chronology|
|Singles from New World Agenda|
The album's artwork features Big Bad 4-0 sitting front of a small ancient cave, with three bullets; the first has writing that says "A Broken Clock Is Right Twice A Day", the second says "Freedom", and the third reads "Do What Thou Wilt".
After releasing his previous collaboration album with his group, Zoo Life, in December 2009, Big Bad 4-0 began plotting to release his next album, entitled New World Agenda. It was originally slated for a late summer 2010 release, but was pushed back as more singles were released. This being his first studio album since 2003's The Jakal, meant that he would need to develop a "buzz," for the album, but after numerous notable encounters with rappers, Rick Ross, Plies, Lil Wayne, Birdman and Tyga, as well as an ongoing battle with over a supposed gang injunction against the Colton Police Department, he has had the confidence to release two singles for the album to date. Major labels began to take note of this, and eventually, 40 Glocc managed to land a deal with Fontana Distribution, in distributing his Zoo Life Entertainment brand, as well as releasing the album on the label.
"Damn" was the first and lead single off the album, featuring R&B singer Ray-J and released on May 25, 2010. The official music video to the song was released on July 14, 2010, and it features cameo appearances by Ray-J, Cashis, Zoo Life, and Sun. The official remix to the song is featuring Yo Gotti & Twista.
"Welcome 2 California," was the second official single off the album on July 6, 2010, and features Sevin on the chorus of the song. The official remix features MC Eiht, E-40, Snoop Dogg, Too Short, BG Knocc Out, & Xzibit. This remix was released July 13, 2010, and the music video was released on July 20, 2011.
|2.||"Can't See Me"||Anthony Ransom, Tory Gassway||Blaqthoven||4:30|
|3.||"21 Gun Salute" (Feat. Prodigy)||Lance Banks, Kia Miller, Tory Gassway, Albert Johnson||Kia Miller||4:41|
|4.||"The One" (Feat. Rhona Bennett)||Tory Gassway||Big Bad 4-0||3:37|
|5.||"Truth Hurts" (Feat. Truth Hurts)||Share Watson, Tory Gassway||Big Bad 4-0||3:58|
|6.||"One Day At A Time" (Feat. Demico)||Tory Gassway, William Stanberry||Apex||3:31|
|7.||"Zooin' It" (Feat. RacQ)||Tory Gassway, William Stanberry||Apex||4:50|
|8.||"Money" (Feat. Chamillionaire, Paul Wall & OJ da Juiceman)||Hakeem Seriki, Otis Williams, Jr., Paul Slayton, Tory Gassway||Big Bad 4-0||4:25|
|9.||"Get To Know You" (Feat. Tip Toe & Notes)||Notes, Tory Gassway||Notes||3:50|
|10.||"Somebody" (Feat. Sleepy Brown & Kree)||Darren Vegas, Patrick Brown, Tory Gassway||D. Vegas||4:17|
|11.||"Electric Lady" (Feat. Cee-Lo Green)||Michael Migusha, Thomas Callaway, Tory Gassway||Fingaz||3:45|
|12.||"Touch" (Feat. Brooklyn)||Notes, Tory Gassway||Notes||3:21|
|13.||"Comfort You" (Feat. Ginuwine)||Elgin Lumpkim, Tory Gassway||Big Bad 4-0||4:03|
|14.||"Damn" (Remix) (Feat. Twista & Yo Gotti)||Carl Mitchell, Mario Mims, Michael Migusha, Tory Gassway||Fingaz||4:09|
|15.||"Thump It Out" (Feat. Three 6 Mafia)||Jordan Houston, Paul Beauregard, Tory Gassway||DJ Paul||4:19|
|16.||"Know Why" (Feat. BlaqThoven)||BlaqThoven||4:01|
|17.||"Welcome To California" (Feat. E-40, Snoop Dogg, Too Short, Xzibit)||Calvin Broadus, Todd Shaw, Alvin Joiner, Tory Gassway||Big Bad 4-0 & C-Sik||4:30|
|18.||"America" (Feat. Kokane)||Tory Gassway||Co Tee||4:33|
|19.||"Man In The Mirror" (Feat. Quazedelic, Weazel Loc And Goldie Loc)||Tory Gassway||Goldie Loc||4:15|
|20.||"Bullet With Your Name On It"||Tory Gassway||Havoc||3:26|
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- "Welcome to California (Remix) [feat. E-40, Sevin, Snoop Dogg, Too Short & Xzibit] - Single by 40 Glocc - Download Welcome to California (Remix) [feat. E-40, Sevin, Snoop Dogg, Too Short & Xzibit] - Single on iTunes". Itunes.apple.com. 2010-07-13. Retrieved 2011-03-12.