Certified Hot Chick

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Certified Hot Chick
Certified Hot Chick.jpg
Studio album by Rasheeda
Released August 18, 2009
Recorded 2008–2009
Genre Hip hop
Label D-Lo, Imperial
Rasheeda chronology
Dat Type of Gurl
(2007)
Certified Hot Chick
(2009)
Boss Chick Music
(2012)
Singles from Certified Hot Chick
  1. "Boss Chick"
    Released: May 19, 2009
  2. "Juicy Like a Peach"
    Released: September 29, 2009
  3. "Let It Go"
    Released: October 31, 2010

Certified Hot Chick is the fifth studio album by American female rapper Rasheeda. The digital versions of the album on sites such as Amazon MP3 & iTunes include a bonus song called "Ridin' Fly" which on their versions is track 11, placing a gap between "Fire" and "Drip Drop".

Background[edit]

Recording began in early 2008 and Rasheeda was released from her contract with Imperial Records shortly after.[citation needed] The Certified Hot Chick EP was released as a digital download on November 18, 2008, to promote the forthcoming album. The EP included 5 songs from Certified Hot Chick which were "Boss Chick", "Juicy Like A Peach", "Where Ya Been", "Let It Go" and "Yeah"

Singles[edit]

The first single from the album, "Boss Chick", peaked at number 65 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. A video was shot for "Boss Chick" as well as the 2nd unpromoted single (originally planned to be "Juicy Like A Peach") "Don't Let Him Get Away" featuring Cherish.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "So Official"
  2. "Boss Chick"
  3. "Show Ya To The Door"
  4. "Juicy Like A Peach" (featuring Shawnna)
  5. "Don't Let Him Get Away" (featuring Cherish)
  6. "Bam" (featuring Kandi Burruss)
  7. "Meet Cha Mama"
  8. "Baww" (featuring The 2-9 Boys)
  9. "Compliment"
  10. "Fire" (featuring Selasi)
  11. "Drip Drop"
  12. "Thang For You" (featuring Kandi Burruss)
  13. "Your Girl"
  14. "Sweep The Flo" (featuring Diamond)
  15. "Where Ya Been"
  16. "Take 'Em To The Bank"
  17. "Yeah"
  18. "Let It Go"
  19. "Take It Slow"
  20. "Betta Off Alone"
  21. "Non-Believers" (featuring Kandi Burruss)

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