Full Blast (album)
|Studio album by MC Hammer|
|Released||January 31, 2004|
|Label||Full Blast Digital Music Group|
|MC Hammer chronology|
Full Blast is the ninth release (eighth studio album and tenth record overall) by rapper, MC Hammer.
The album was recorded in 2003 and released in early 2004 for the Full Blast Digital Music Group and was produced by Hammer himself. The album was not well received both critically or commercially, nor charted or spawned any hit singles. The lack of attention, although easily accessible online, was due in part to so many instrumental mixes dominating the album.
The title track, "Full Blast" featured disses towards Eminem and Busta Rhymes and is accompanied by a video. Some of the original songs didn't end up making the final album release. Guest artists included The Stooge Playaz, Pleasure, Rain, JD, Greer & DasIt.
- "Sunshine In Summertime" (featuring Pleasure)
- "Full Blast"
- "Hard Times"
- "I Won't Give Up"
- "I Used To Love Her" (introducing Pleasure)
- "Sunshine In Summertime" (instrumental mix)
- "Full Blast" (instrumental mix)
- "Hard Times" (instrumental mix)
- "I Won't Give Up" (instrumental mix)
- "I Used To Love Her" (instrumental mix)
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