Doubt Me Now

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Doubt Me Now
Doubt me now.jpg
Studio album by Lil Wyte
Released March 4, 2003
Recorded 2002-2003
Genre Crunk, gangsta rap, hardcore hip hop
Length 73:05
Label Hypnotize Minds
Producer DJ Paul, Juicy J, Carlos "Six July" Brody
Lil Wyte chronology
Doubt Me Now
(2003)
Phinally Phamous
(2004)
Chopped & Screwed cover
Chopped & Screwed cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Doubt Me Now is the debut album by American rapper Lil Wyte, released March 4, 2003. The album became an underground hit among fans, selling over 135,000 copies independently, without any promotion.[2][3] Lil Wyte himself claimed that 6,200 people bought and 20,000 people downloaded the album in the first week of its release. To date it has sold 360,000 copies. Fans also consider this his best album.

Doubt Me Now was also remixed in the Chopped and screwed style by DJ Black and named Doubt Me Now: Surped Up and Screwed. The song "Ten Toes Tall" was originally from the album he made with Shelby Forest Click.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Doubt Me Now" 2:46
2. "Blame It On Da Bay" 3:08
3. "We Ain’t Playin’" (featuring DJ Paul) 4:37
4. "Zero Tolerance" 2:26
5. "Shit Faced (Skit)" 0:20
6. "In Here" 4:16
7. "Players In Da Atmosphere" (featuring DJ Paul & Juicy J) 4:04
8. "My Smokin’ Song" 3:38
9. "I Know You Strapped" 3:19
10. "Good Dope" 4:24
11. "Com’n Yo Direction" 4:17
12. "Oxy Cotton" (featuring Lord Infamous & Crunchy Black) 3:14
13. "In the Streets" 4:33
14. "Drop It Off" 4:31
15. "Don’t Take Those (Skit)" 0:29
16. "Acid" 3:25
17. "Crash Da Club (Remix)" (featuring Juvenile) 4:10
18. "Ten Toes Tall" (featuring DJ Paul) 4:43
19. "Death & Life (Skit)" 0:36
20. "Homicidal, Suicidal" (featuring Josey Scott & Chris D'Abaldo of Saliva) 3:01
21. "Get High To This" (featuring Juicy J, DJ Paul, Crunchy Black, La Chat & Frayser Boy) 5:05
22. "The Replacement (Outro)" 2:14
Total length: 73:05

Credits[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ link
  2. ^ "Lil Wyte". Ozone Magazine. October 2004. Archived from the original on 2007-03-07. Retrieved 2009-04-04. 
  3. ^ "Lil Wyte To Be One And Only On June 5th". Hiphopreaction.com. May 21, 2007. Retrieved 2009-04-04.