The Leprechaun (Lil' Flip album)

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The Leprechaun
Studio album by Lil' Flip
Released July 18, 2000
Recorded 1999-2000
Genre Hip hop, Southern hip hop
Label Sucka Free Records, Relativity Records
Lil' Flip chronology
The Leprechaun
(2000)
Undaground Legend
(2002)
Singles from The Leprechaun
  1. "I Can do Dat"
    Released: April 26, 2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
RapReviews 7/10 stars[2]

The Leprechaun is the independently released debut album by a Teenage rapper Lil' Flip at 19 Years Old, also being released under distribution by Relativity, although, Lil' Flip did not have a Relativity Records contract.[3] It featured the hit single "I Can do Dat".

Track listing[edit]

# Song Featured Artists
1 Da Freestyle King Award
2 I Got (Flow)
3 Everyday T.C., Lil' Marice, T.A.Z., Shasta, & Cresia
4 My Block Crime, Dante & Godfather
5 Gotta Be Me Cresia
6 Put Ya Fist Up South Park Mexican & Yung Redd
7 Boxers Deep Threat
8 On Point Big James
9 The Copycat (skit)
10 Y'all
11 Dirty South Yung Redd & Big Hawk
12 My Dogz Scoopastar, Will-Lean, B.G. Duke & T.A.Z.
13 Cut 4 U
14 The Biz Hump
15 Purple Drank (skit)
16 Candy Cars Ron Wilson, Chris Ward, Lil' Key, Big Shasta, Will-Lean & C-Note
17 Green Rectangles Scoopastar
18 The Dentist (skit)
19 I Can Do That

The original pressing of the album included the track "Realest Rhymin" featuring E.S.G. & Slim Thug.

Chart Performance[edit]

Chart Chart positions
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums # 67

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