Keep It Poppin'

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Keep It Poppin'
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Studio album by 5th Ward Boyz
Released August 31, 1999
Recorded 1998 - 1999
Genre Hip Hop
Length 70:03
Label Rap-a-Lot
Producer Derek "Grizz" Edwards, [Mr. Lee], E-Rock
5th Ward Boyz chronology
Usual Suspects
(1997)Usual Suspects1997
Keep It Poppin'
(1999)
Recognize the Mob
(2000)Recognize the Mob2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Keep It Poppin', also known as P.W.A.: The Album... Keep It Poppin', is the fifth album by the 5th Ward Boyz, released on August 31, 1999 through Rap-a-Lot Records. The album was mostly produced by Derek "Grizz" Edwards, with Mr. Lee and 5th Ward Boyz member E-Rock also producing some tracks. It was the group's only Rap-a-Lot album to not feature any production from Mike Dean.

Keep It Poppin' peaked at 125 on the Billboard 200, becoming their second highest chart position after Gangsta Funk and also their final charting album. This would also prove to the group's final album through Rap-a-Lot Records. After the album's release, the 5th Ward Boyz would leave Rap-a-Lot and join the independent label Underground Records to release their sixth album, Recognize the Mob in 2000.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "P.W.A. Intro"- :53
  2. "Pussy Poppin'"- 3:48
  3. "Jealous"- 4:21
  4. "Get Wit U"- 3:56
  5. "Act a Donkey"- 4:11 (featuring Ghetto Twiinz)
  6. "Til' They Kill Me"- 3:57
  7. "Buckin'"- 5:04
  8. "Hedpusefingtip'nlips"- 4:25 (featuring Rapsta)
  9. "See Us Ball"- 3:37
  10. "That's My CD"- :28
  11. "Rhyme or Crime"- 3:39
  12. "Fear No Man"- 4:20
  13. "Thug & Dangerous"- 4:20 (featuring Yukmouth)
  14. "P.W.A."- 5:48 (featuring Willie D and Devin the Dude)
  15. "Anotha Ho"- 5:07
  16. "Immortal 2K"- 3:25 (featuring Outlawz)
  17. "All the Same"- 4:02 (featuring Big Syke & Kuirsham)
  18. "S. A. Partner"- 4:42

Charts[edit]

Chart (1999) Peak
position
Billboard 200 125
Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop 26

References[edit]

  1. ^ Keep It Poppin' at AllMusic. Retrieved 2011-06-17.