The Good Life (FUBU album)

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The Good Life
Compilation album by FUBU Records
Released September 25, 2001
Recorded 2001
Genre Hip hop, R&B
Label Universal
Producer Carl Brown
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The Good Life is a compilation album released by clothing company FUBU in conjunction with Universal Records. It was released on September 25, 2001 and consisted of a blend of hip hop and contemporary R&B. The Good Life peaked at 52 on the Billboard 200 and 9 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

One charting single was released, "Fatty Girl" by Ludacris, LL Cool J and Keith Murray. It peaked at 87 on the Billboard Hot 100, 32 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and 6 on the Hot Rap Singles. The second single was "50 Niggaz Deep" by Drunken Master and Lola Damone.

The album was mentioned by FUBU CEO Daymond John on an episode of ABC's Shark Tank. John said he was in the hole for $6 million on the album but the hit single "Fatty Girl" ended up earning $100 million through clothing.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro" – 2:40
  2. "Good Life" – 3:43 (Nas, Nate Dogg and 54th Platoon)
  3. "Ride" – 3:51 (E.N.D.)
  4. "Fatty Girl" – 3:53 (Ludacris, LL Cool J and Keith Murray)
  5. "Lights, Camera, Action" – 4:24 (Mr. Cheeks)
  6. "Playin' the Game" – 3:51 (JS)
  7. "Cool" – 3:54 (Amazin)
  8. "50 Niggaz Deep" – 4:26 (Drunken Master and Lola Damone)
  9. "Nasty" (Interlude) – 1:16
  10. "Girl You Nasty – 4:26 (TL)
  11. "Triumphant" – 4:15 (Mac Don)
  12. "Bad Man Bizness" – 5:09 (Beenie Man)
  13. "Video" – 4:02 (India.Arie and Super Cat)
  14. "Who's in the House" – 3:39 (Erick Sermon and Phendi)
  15. "Ghetto Girl" (Interlude) – :30
  16. "Ghetto Girl" – 3:54 (Joe)
  17. "Set It Off" – 4:43 (Dawn Robinson)
  18. "All of the Things" – 4:38 (Connie McKendrick)
  19. "Outro" – :41

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