Chain Reaction (Cuban Link album)

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Chain Reaction
Chain Reaction Cuban Link.jpg
Studio album by Cuban Link
Released August 16, 2005
Recorded 2004-2005
Genre Hip Hop
Label M.O.B. Records
Producer Swizz Beatz, Mr. Porter
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Chain Reaction is the official debut studio album by Cuban-American rapper Cuban Link on August 16, 2005 independently on his new label, M.O.B. Records. The album was preceded by the shelving of his major-label debut studio album "24-K" in 2000. "Chain Reaction" boasts production from producers such as Swizz Beatz, Mr. Porter and others while featured guest artists include Avant, Don Omar, Zion, Cap 1, Mya, Jadakiss and Syleena Johnson. The CD was packaged as an "enhanced CD" with music videos, pictures and a teaser to his future DVD release, "Tale From the Bronx."

Track listing[edit]

  1. My Story
  2. Chain Reaction
  3. No Mercy
  4. Comin' Home With Me (featuring Avant & Swizz Beatz)
  5. Riderz (featuring Cap 1)
  6. Scandalous (featuring Don Omar)
  7. Sugar Daddy (featuring Mýa)
  8. Tonight's The Night
  9. Private Party
  10. Dirty Karaoke Skit
  11. I Need to Know
  12. No Falla (featuring Zion)
  13. Shakedown
  14. Talk About It (featuring Jadakiss)
  15. Life Goes On (featuring Syleena Johnson)
  16. Prison Wisdom
  17. Letter to Pun

Singles[edit]

  • "Sugar Daddy" (featuring Mya)
  • "Scandalous" (featuring Don Omar)
  • "Letter to Pun" (featuring One Solo)

These were the only three singles released off the album with videos shot for them. "Scandalous" peaked at number 45 on the "Hot Latin Tracks" Billboard chart in 2005 (Cuban Link chart history). The video to "Sugar Daddy" debuted on 106 & Park and the video to "Letter to Pun" is on the DVD.

Chart performance[edit]

"Chain Reaction" debuted at number 188 on the Top 200 Billboard chart on September 3, 2005 (Album charting info).

Miscellaneous information[edit]

The original version to "No Mercy" featured a verse by The Game. The album was released without Game's verse since he was at the height of his feud with 50 Cent. At that time, if anyone collaborated with an artist 50 Cent was feuding with, he would start feuding with that artist as well.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gutierrez, Evan C;. Chain Reaction at AllMusic