The Dirtiest Thirstiest

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The Dirtiest Thirstiest
Studio album by Yung Wun
Released December 7, 2004
Recorded 2003-2004
Genre Hip hop, Hardcore hip hop
Length 49:09
Label Full Surface Records
J Records
Producer Swizz Beatz, Jay Mac, Faust, Vizion, The Koul Kats, Bangladesh
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
RapReviews (7/10)[1]
Entertainment Weekly B[2]

The Dirtiest Thirstiest is the first album of rapper Yung Wun. It took almost eight years to be released.[citation needed] The album reached #50 in Billboard's chart of 'R&B Albums' and #11 in its list of Top Heatseekers.[3]

The album included the rapper's biggest single to date, "Tear It Up", which peaked at #76 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song features prominent rappers DMX, Lil’ Flip and David Banner and involves a dramatic, marching-band beat.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "I Can't Take It No More (Intro)"   Jay-Mac 1:29
2. "I Tried To Tell Ya"   Bangladesh 3:23
3. "Tear It Up" (feat. DMX, David Banner & Lil' Flip) Faust 3:25
4. "Yung Wun Anthem"   Swizz Beatz 4:35
5. "One More Day In The Hood" (feat. Cassidy) The Koul Kats 4:28
6. "Sad Song"   Vizion 4:18
7. "Starvin' & Robbin'"   Jay-Mac & Vizion 4:42
8. "Load 'em Up" (feat. Taronda Hamilton) Vizion 4:29
9. "Cadillac Doors"   Tony Lopez Jr. 4:20
10. "Walk It, Talk It" (feat. David Banner) David Banner 4:56
11. "Let It Bump"   The Koul Kats 4:20
12. "Represent"   Swizz Beatz 4:21
13. "Georgia Waters"   Vizion 4:39

Samples[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ RapReviews review
  2. ^ Mindenhall, Chuck (Dec 20, 2004). "Music Review: The Dirtiest Thirstiest (2004)". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved October 13, 2013. 
  3. ^ "The Dirtiest Thirstiest > Charts & Awards". Allmusic. Retrieved 2012-02-13.