Show and Prove

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Show and Prove
Wiz Khalifa Show And Prove.jpg
Studio album by Wiz Khalifa
Released September 5, 2006
Recorded 2005–06
Genre Hip hop
Length 69:22
Label Rostrum
Producer
Wiz Khalifa chronology
Show and Prove
(2006)
Deal or No Deal
(2009)
Singles from Show and Prove
  1. "Pittsburgh Sound"
    Released: 2007
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
Okayplayer 4.5/5 stars link
BrainOfHipHop 8.5/10 stars

Show and Prove is the debut studio album by American rapper Wiz Khalifa. It was released on September 5, 2006, as his first release under the Rostrum Records. The production on the album was provided by I.D. Labs, The Resource and Champ Super; as well as the guest appearances from Kev da Hustla and Vali Porter, among others. The album was supported solely by the lone single: "Pittsburgh Sound". Upon its release, the album received a positive reviews. To date, the album has sold 10,000 copies in the United States.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Intro"   I.D. Labs 1:42
2. "Pittsburgh Sound"   The Resource 3:32
3. "Bout Mine"   Nesia Beatz 4:22
4. "I Choose You"   I.D. Labs 3:44
5. "Damn Thing"   I.D. Labs, Johnny Juliano 3:58
6. "Keep the Conversation" (featuring Boaz) Johnny Juliano 4:09
7. "Stay In Ur Lane"   Black Czer 3:42
8. "Stand Up" (featuring Kev da Hustla) Johnny Juliano 3:46
9. "Too Late"   Johnny Juliano 4:50
10. "I'm Gonna Ride"   I.D. Labs 3:24
11. "Gotta Be a Star (Remix)" (featuring Johnny Juliano & S. Money) Johnny Juliano 4:33
12. "Let 'Em Know"   I.D. Labs 3:43
13. "Sometimes" (featuring Vali Porter) Champ Super, I.D. Labs 4:21
14. "Locked & Loaded" (featuring Kev da Hustla) Black Czer 3:58
15. "Burn Sumthin'"   Johnny Juliano 3:50
16. "Crazy Since the 80's"   Johnny Juliano 4:41
17. "History in the Making / Never Too Late"   I.D. Labs 7:07
Notes
  • Track 17 includes a hidden track, which appears at the 4:25 mark.
  • "Pittsburgh Sound" has been later re-titled and re-released into "Youngin On His Grind / Pittsburgh Sound"; listing as the single track.

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