|Studio album by Pras|
|Released||October 6, 1998|
|Genre||Hip hop, East Coast hip hop, R&B|
|Producer||Pras Michel (exec.), Wyclef Jean (also exec.)|
|Singles from Ghetto Supastar|
The album was released by Ruffhouse Records. The album debuted at number fifty-five on the official US Billboard 200 album chart, and number thirty-five on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The album, which included the title track, features a rap by Ol' Dirty Bastard and additional vocals by R&B singer Mýa, became a worldwide hit, and Pras' biggest hit to date as a solo artist, reaching number fifteen on the Billboard Hot 100, and reaching number one in eight countries, as well as reaching the top five in five countries as well, including the United Kingdom. The title track received a nomination for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group at the 41st Grammy Awards. Originally, What'cha Wanna Do was due to be released as the album's third single on September 28, 1998. However, at the last minute, the released was replaced with Blue Angels. Some copies of the single were made available accidentally.
- "Hallelujah" - 1.30
- "Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)" (featuring Ol' Dirty Bastard & Mýa) - 4.21
- "Phone Interlude" - 2.33
- "What'cha Wanna Do" (featuring The Product & Free) - 4.11
- "Blue Angels" (featuring The Product) - 4.13
- "Can't Stop The Shining" (featuring Canibus & Free) - 4.15
- "Get Your Groove On" (featuring The Product & Most Wanted) - 4.26
- "Frowsey" - 3.18
- "Dirty Cash" - 1.35
- "For The Love Of This" - 4.07
- "Wha' What Wha' What" (featuring Most Wanted) - 3.56
- "Second Phone Interlude" (featuring Left Eye) - 2.10
- "Lowriders" (featuring The Product & Most Wanted) - 4.12
- "Yeah 'Eh Yeah 'Eh" (featuring Mack 10 & Reptile) - 3.49
- "Murder Dem" - 4.22
- "Third Phone Interlude" - 3.52
- "Amazing Grace" - 5.03
- "Final Interlude" - 3.29
- UK Bonus Tracks
- 19. "Avenues" (Refugee Camp All-Stars featuring Pras)
- 20. "Another One Bites The Dust" (Queen & Wyclef Jean featuring Pras & Free)
- US Deluxe Edition Bonus Disc
- "What's Clef" (Wyclef Jean featuring Refugee Camp All-Stars & Pras)
- "Another One Bites The Dust" (Queen & Wyclef Jean featuring Pras & Free)
- "The Right One"
- "Here We Go"
- Salaam Remi: Producer
- Warren Riker: Engineer, Mixing
- Ol' Dirty Bastard: Performer
- Mack 10: Performer
- Wyclef Jean: Guitar, Producer, Executive Producer
- Mýa: Performer
- Chris Theis Engineer, Mixing
- Davis Factor Photography
- Canibus: Performer
- Pras: Producer, Executive Producer, Main Performer
- Lisa Michelle Stylist
- Jayson Dyer: Assistant Engineer
- Dawn Fitch: Digital Imaging
- Veronica Fletcher: Hair Stylist
- A Kid Called Roots: Producer
- Nancie Stern: Sample Clearance
- Mario DeArce: Engineer
- Free: Performer
- Che: Producer
- Will Quinnell: Mastering
- Rev. Richard White: Graphic Assistant
- Phil Blackman: Engineer
- Brain: Art Direction
- Lenny Kravitz: Guitar
Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)
- "Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved" by James Brown
- "Islands in the Stream" by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton
- "Under the Influence of Love" by Love Unlimited
What'cha Wanna Do
- "Do You Really Want to Hurt" by Culture Club
- "Grease" by Frankie Valli
|US Billboard 200||55|
|US Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums||35|
- AllMusic review
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