Crazy Life

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Crazy Life
Crazy Life (Lil Rob).jpg
Studio album by Lil Rob
Released November 18, 1997
Recorded 1992-1996
Genre Chicano rap
Length 1:00:27
Label Familia Records
Producer DJ Sir Crown
Lil Rob chronology
Lil Rob & The Brown Crowd Homies
Crazy Life
Natural High

Crazy Life is the debut album by rapper Lil Rob.[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Do My Thing" 3:55
2. "Jump in the Ride" 4:01
3. "If You Should Lose Me" 5:09
4. "Stop, Look & Listen" 3:57
5. "The Payback" 1:35
6. "Shells Stackin' Up" 4:48
7. "Brown Crowd" 5:27
8. "Mexican Gangster" 4:42
9. "Pachuco's Night" 5:06
10. "Somethin' 2 Relate 2" 4:01
11. "Soy Chingon" 5:14
12. "Oh, What a Night" 5:06
13. "Crazy Life" 5:13
14. "Brown Crowd" (Remix) 4:13


  • Do My Thing contains a sample from Doo-Wah-Ditty by Zapp.
  • Oh, What a Night contains samples from Oh, What a Night performed by The Dells.
  • Jump in the Ride contains a remade sample of Hit & Run by the Barkays.
  • Stop, Look & Listen contains a sample from "Stop, Look, Listen To Your Heart" performed by The Stylistics and a sample from More Bounce To The Ounce performed by Zapp.
  • If You Should Lose Me contains a sample from You'll Lose a Good Thing performed by Barbara Lynn.
  • Shells Stackin' Up contains a sample from The Payback performed by James Brown.
  • Brown Crowd contains samples from "For The Love of You" by The Isley Brothers.
  • Soy Chingon contains a sample from "Sincerely" by The Moonglows.
  • Pachuco's Night contains a sample from "Dedicated To The One I Love" By The Shirelles and a sample from "So I Can Love You" by The Emotions.
  • Mexican Gangster contains a sample from Cholo by Johnny Chingas & The Brown Brothers of Soul.
  • Somethin' 2 Relate 2 contains a sample from "If I Was Your Girlfriend" by Prince.

Album singles[edit]

Single information
"Do My Thing"
  • Released: 1997
"Oh, What a Night"
  • Released: 1997
"Brown Crowd"
  • Released: 1998
"Stop, Look & Listen"
  • Released: 1998
"Pachuco's Night"
  • Released: 1998


  1. ^ Birchmeier, Jason. "Lil Rob Biography". BILLBOARD MAGAZINE. Retrieved 1 April 2014.