No Filter

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No Filter
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Studio album by Lil Wyte & JellyRoll
Released July 16, 2013
Recorded 2013
Genre Trap
Length 1:03:00
Label Hypnotize Minds, Wyte Music, Select-O-Hits, Phixieous Ent
Producer DJ Paul, The Colleagues, Greenway, DJ Moneygreen, The Avengerz, Sonny Bama, Shapeshifta, Ed Pryor
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No Filter is the sixth studio album by American rapper Lil Wyte, and the first collaboration album with rapper JellyRoll. It was released on July 16, 2013. The album was announced by Lil Wyte and JellyRoll on Twitter. The album was recorded in one week according to both rappers. DJ Paul is confirmed to be a producer on the album. The album cover was revealed on May 18, 2013. The first single is "Break The Knob Off" produced by The Colleagues, for which they are doing a music video. It was released on May 28. The second song from the album was released on June 3, titled "Back To The Start". Rap duo Twiztid was confirmed to appear on the album. JellyRoll and Lil Wyte confirmed a third song called We're Back for which they are shooting a video. Lil Wyte confirmed a mixtape called "July 16th" to be released on June 25. The mixtape is related to the album and the title is the album's release date.[1]

Guests and Production[edit]

On June 25 the complete tracklist was revealed. Producers on the album include DJ Paul, The Colleagues, Greenway, DJ Moneygreen, The Avengerz, Sonny Bama, Shapeshifta and Ed Pryor. Guests on the album include The Diplomats member Hell Rell, V.V.S., Jesse Whitley, rap duo Twiztid, Robin Raynelle, Sonny Bama, J Ceaz and Cash Money Records artist Caskey. Song "Back To The Start" isn't appearing on the album due to sampling clearance. The song sampled the hook of The Scientist by Willie Nelson. An earlier version of "This Down Here" featuring Big SMO appeared on the "July 16th" mixtape. Lil Wyte also confirmed country rapper Colt Ford appearing on the remix of "This Down Here".

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
ISSUU positive [2]

Commercial performance[edit]

Although the album didn't appear on the Billboard 200, it charted on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums at number 33 on Rap Albums at number 17 and on Top Independent Albums at number 42.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "All We Do (Get Fucked Up)"     2:50
2. "We're Back"   Ed Pryor 3:47
3. "Break Da Knob Off"   The Colleagues 3:41
4. "Smoke & Get High" (featuring J Ceaz & Hell Rell)   4:10
5. "One of Them Dayz" (featuring Twiztid)   4:06
6. "Pimpin'"   Greenway 4:05
7. "Ball Baby Ball"   Greenway 3:37
8. "Shake N Bake"   J. Sirianni 3:32
9. "Band Plays On"     3:41
10. "Bigger" (featuring Sonny Bama) Sonny Bama 3:05
11. "Smoke Beer"     3:04
12. "This Down Here" (featuring Jesse Whitley)   3:10
13. "Freaky Girls" (featuring V.V.S.)   4:20
14. "Molly By Da Gram" (featuring Caskey) The Avengerz 3:58
15. "Our Love Song"   DJ MoneyGreen 3:21
16. "Move Mountains" (featuring Robin Raynelle) Ed Pryor 4:03
17. "Blow My High" (featuring Sonny Bama) Sonny Bama 4:30


  1. ^ Album artwork
  2. ^ "[1]", ISSUU retrieved 11 September 2013