The Black Rob Report

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The Black Rob Report
Studio album by Black Rob
Released October 18, 2005
Recorded 2005
Genre East coast hip hop
Length 66:58
Label Bad Boy
83840
Producer Sean "P Diddy" Combs, Deric "D-Dot" Angelettie, Tony Dofat, The Buchanans, Denaun Porter, Coptic, Scram Jones, Buckwild, Nashiem Myrick, True Master
Black Rob chronology
Life Story
(2000)
The Black Rob Report
(2005)
Game Tested, Streets Approved
(2011)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

The Black Rob Report is the second studio album by rapper Black Rob. It was released on October 18, 2005 through Bad Boy Records. It features 22 tracks.

A music video was made that starts with the first verse of "Star in da Hood" and then cuts to the full song "Ready".[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Courtroom (Intro)" 0:29
  2. "They Heard I Got Life" (Produced by Tony Dofat) 4:10
  3. "Watch Your Movements" (featuring Akon) (Produced by Tony Dofat) 4:23
  4. "Star in da Hood" (Produced by The Buchanans) 3:58
  5. "She's a Pro" (featuring Mr. Porter) (Produced by Mr. Porter) 3:46
  6. "Where da Bypass At? (Interlude)" (featuring Petey Pablo, D-Dot, & Craig Mack) 1:41
  7. "B.R." (Produced by Coptic) 2:29
  8. "Ready" (Produced by Scram Jones) 2:27
  9. "B.L.A.C.K." (Produced by D-Dot) 3:04
  10. "Lights Out (Interlude)" 0:23
  11. "When You Come Home" (featuring Rhea) (Produced by Buckwild) 5:23
  12. "You Know What" (featuring Louis Farrakhan) (Produced by True Master) 4:00
  13. "Y'all Know Who Killed Him" (featuring The Notorious B.I.G.) (Produced by D-Dot) 3:57
  14. "Back to Live Action (Interlude) 1:43
  15. "Fire in da Hole" (featuring Ness) (Produced by D-Dot & Tony Dofat) 4:08
  16. "Smile in Ya Face" (Produced by Buckwild) 3:46
  17. "Warrior" (Produced by Tony Dofat) 4:05
  18. "Team" (featuring Ness, Chopper Young City, Babs, & Aasim) (Produced by Tony Dofat) 4:23
  19. "Help Me Out" (Produced by D-Dot) 3:54
  20. "Courtroom Skit" 0:23
  21. "Long Live B.R." (Produced by Nashiem Myrick) 4:18
  22. "The Verdict" 0:20

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