|Studio album by Ol' Dirty Bastard|
|Released||September 14, 1999|
|Ol' Dirty Bastard chronology|
|Wu-Tang Clan solo chronology|
|The A.V. Club||(favorable) |
Nigga Please is the second studio album by American hip hop artist and member of the Wu-Tang Clan Ol' Dirty Bastard, released on September 14, 1999. This was the last official solo album released during ODB's lifetime. The album debuted at #10 on the Billboard 200 with 93,000 copies sold in the first week. Three months later the album was certified gold by the RIAA.
Before its release Ol' Dirty Bastard announced multiple title possibilities for the album, including "God Made Dirt and Dirt Don't Hurt" and "The Black Man Is God, White Man Is the Devil." The latter was changed due to commercial concerns regarding its controversial nature. In January 2015, MTV and Rap Genius posted an uncut and never before seen interview with Ol' Dirty Bastard from 1997 on the Rap Genius page and the News Genius page. In the interview, he says his next album was going to be called Dirty's World when he was asked about his next album, which later was renamed to Nigga Please.
- "Recognize" (featuring Chris Rock) (produced by The Neptunes) 4:24
- "I Can't Wait" (produced by Irv Gotti) 3:59
- "Cold Blooded" (Produced by The Neptunes) 3:35
- "Got Your Money" (featuring Kelis) (produced by The Neptunes) 3:59
- "Rollin' Wit You" (produced by Mr. Fingers & Irv Gotti) 3:52
- "Gettin' High" (Raison the Zukeeper, 12 O'Clock, La The Darkman, Shorty Shit Stain) (produced by Buddha Monk) 2:13
- Samples "You Turn Me On" by Labelle
- "You Don't Want to Fuck With Me" (Produced by DL & Irv Gotti) 4:05
- "Nigga Please" (produced by RZA) 2:49
- "Dirt Dog" (produced by Buddha Monk co-prod. by RZA) 3:08
- "I Want Pussy" (produced by RZA) 2:28
- Samples "You've Made Me So Very Happy" by Blood, Sweat & Tears
- "Good Morning Heartache" (featuring Lil' Mo) (produced by Flavahood Productions) 4:20
- "All in Together Now" (produced by True Master) 4:42
- Samples "65 Bars and a Taste of Soul" by Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band
- "Cracker Jack" (produced by RZA) (unlisted 13th song on the album) 4:02
- Samples "Group Introduction" by Emotions
Billboard Music Charts (North America)
- 1999 Got Your Money Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks No. 19
- 1999 Got Your Money Rhythmic Top 40 No. 4
- 1999 Got Your Money Top 40 Tracks No. 35
- 1999 Got Your Money The Billboard Hot 100 No. 33
- 2000 Got Your Money The Billboard Hot 100 No. 26
- 2000 Got Your Money Hot Rap Singles No. 6
- 2000 Got Your Money Rhythmic Top 40 No. 5
- 2000 Got Your Money Top 40 Tracks No. 32
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