Player's Ball

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"Player's Ball"
Single by OutKast
from the album Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik
Released November 19, 1993
Recorded 1992
Genre Hip hop
Length 4:21
Label LaFace/Arista/RCA
Writer(s) OutKast
Producer(s) Organized Noize
Certification Gold (RIAA)
OutKast singles chronology
"Player's Ball"
(1992)
"Southernplayalis
isticadillacmuzik
"
(1994)

"Player's Ball" is the debut single from hip hop duo Outkast. The single was released in November 19, 1993, and is taken from the group's debut album, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik. The song itself discusses the nature of living in the South of the United States, and growing up within a hip hop culture. The title refers to a traditional gathering of pimps in Chicago. The song is referenced twice within other songs by the band, including the final track on the debut album, and a later single, "Elevators (Me & You)". The song peaked at #37 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it the highest charting single from the group's debut album.

Tracklisting[edit]

CD Single
  1. "Player's Ball" (Radio Edit) - 3:56
  2. "Player's Ball" (Album Version) - 4:22
  3. "Player's Ball" (TV Mix) - 4:23
  4. "Player's Ball" (Video Version) - 4:14
Cassette Single
  1. "Player's Ball" (Radio Edit) - 3:56
  2. "Player's Ball" (Album Version) - 4:22
  3. "Player's Ball" (Instrumental) - 4:14
  4. "Player's Ball" (TV Mix) - 4:23
12" Vinyl Single
  1. "Player's Ball" (Extended Version) - 6:00
  2. "Player's Ball" (Radio Edit - Dirty) - 3:56
  3. "Player's Ball" (Radio Edit - Clean) - 4:23
  4. "Player's Ball" (Remix Version) - 4:27
  5. "Player's Ball" (Instrumental) - 4:14
10" 20th Anniversary EP (Green Vinyl)
  1. "Players Ball" (Dirty Version) - 4:21
  2. "Players Ball" (Extended Version) - 6:18
  3. "Ain't No Thang - 5:38
  4. "Crumblin' Erb" - 5:09

Charts[edit]

Chart (1993) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart[1] 92
US Billboard Hot 100[2] 37
US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs[3] 12

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