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
Undaground Legend
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