Golden Grain

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Golden Grain
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Compilation album by Disturbing tha Peace
Released September 10, 2002 (U.S.)
Genre Rap, Hip hop
Length 64:34
Label DTP, Def Jam South
Producer Mixzo, P. King "The Specialist", Ice Drake, DJ Nasty & LVM, Craig Love, Jook, Bangladesh, Digga, Derrick Williams, KLC
Disturbing tha Peace chronology
Golden Grain
(2002)
Disturbing tha Peace
(2005)
Singles from Golden Grain
  1. "Growing Pains (Do It Again)"
    Released: July 23, 2002
  2. "N.S.E.W."
    Released: 2002
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]
HipHopDX 3.5/5 stars[2]
USA Today 3/4 stars[3]

Golden Grain is a compilation album by American record label Disturbing tha Peace.[4] It debuted on the US top 200 selling 95,000 in the first week. The album achieved a gold certification by the RIAA and had only one single produced, the remix of Ludacris' song, "Growing Pains", from his Word of Mouf album. The single achieved limited airplay, reaching #61 on U.S. R&B.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Performer(s) Length Producer
1 "Break Sumthin'" Ludacris, Shawnna, Lil' Fate, Tity Boi, I-20 4:37 Mixzo
2 "Growing Pains (Do It Again)" [Remix] Lil' Fate, Ludacris, Shawnna, Scarface, Keon Bryce 4:51 P. King "The Specialist"
3 "Posted" Shawnna 4:18 Icedrake
4 "Smokin' Dro" Tity Boi, I-20, Ludacris 4:17 DJ Nasty & LVM
5 "Big Chain Records" (skit) 2:26
6 "Pimp Council" Lil' Fate, Ludacris, Shawnna, Too $hort 5:13 Craig Love
7 "Play Pen to the State Pen" Playaz Circle 4:39 Jook
8 "R.P.M." Shawnna, Ludacris, Twista 4:35 Bangladesh
9 "Can't Be Stopped (I Know)" I-20 3:16 Digga
10 "Behind The Chains (Skit)" 2:20
11 "A-Town Hatz" Lil' Fate, Tity Boi, I-20, Chimere 4:48 Derrick Williams
12 "N.S.E.W." Shawnna, Tity Boi, I-20, Lil' Fate 4:53 Jook
13 "When I Touch Down " Lil' Fate, Jazze Pha 5:06 Derrick Williams
14 "Outro On Ya Ass" I-20, Tity Boi, Lil' Fate, Ludacris 4:43 Mixzo
15 "Move Bitch" (bonus track) Ludacris, Mystikal, I-20 4:32 KLC

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