Shwayze discography

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Shwayze discography
Studio albums 3
Music videos 8
Singles 3
Mixtapes 2
Collaborations 8

Shwayze, an American rapper, has released four studio albums and three singles. On August 19, 2008, Shwayze released his self-titled debut album, Shwayze. The album had two singles on it, "Buzzin'" and "Corona and Lime". On October 27, 2009, his second studio album, Let It Beat, was released.


Year Information Chart positions[1] Certifications
U.S. U.S. R&B U.S. Rap CAN
2008 Shwayze
  • First studio album
  • Released: August 19, 2008
Sales: 135,262+
2009 Let It Beat
  • Second studio album
  • Released: November 3, 2009
Sales: 10,764+
2011 Island in the Sun
  • Third studio album
  • Released: September 13, 2011
Sales: —
2013 Shwayze Summer
  • Fourth studio album
  • Released: July 14, 2013
Sales: —

Shwayze Summer[edit]

The album Shwayze Summer was released on July 14, 2013. Its first single for the album was "Love is Overrated" produced by Paul Couture. This is Shwayze's first full-length debut album as a solo artist without his previous singer Cisco Adler. Shwayze stated in an interview that they both needed a musical break from each other, but they are still on good terms. The album contains 12 tracks and features The Cataracs, Tayyib Ali, Devin K, Paul Couture, Ferrari Snowday, Marco and Austin Paul.[2]


Year Title Chart Positions Album
2008 "Buzzin'" 46 45 80 31 63 Shwayze
"Corona and Lime" 23
2009 "Get U Home" Let It Beat
2011 "Love Letter" (featuring The Cataracs & Dev) Love Stoned
"You Could Be My Girl" Island in the Sun
"Drunk Off Your Love" (featuring Sky Blu of LMFAO)
2013 "Love Is Overrated" Shwayze Summer
2014 "Kick It (Ft. Ferrari Snowday"
"—" denotes releases that did not chart


  • Rich Girls (2008)
  • Love Stoned (2010)
  • The W's (2011)
  • Greatest Hits You've Never Heard (2014)


  • Shwayzed & Confused (2012)

Music videos[edit]

Shwayze Music Videos[edit]

Year Title Director(s)
2008 "Hollywood" Shaw
"Buzzin'" Robert Hales, Alison Foster
"Corona and Lime" Shane Drake, Brandon Bonfiglio
2009 "Rock n' Roll" Nicholaus Goossen
"Get U Home" Stewart Hendler
"Crazy for You" Stewart Hendler
2010 "Said It All Before" Mikey Easterling
"Can't Do It Alone" Mikey Easterling
"Said It All Before (Rock Version)" Mikey Easterling
2011 "Love Letter" Mikey Easterling
"You Could Be My Girl" Mikey Easterling
"Drunk Off Your Love (Ft. Sky Blu") Mikey Easterling
2013 "Love Is Overrated" Sean M. Flynn
2014 "Kick It (Ft. Ferrari Snowday)" Mikey Easterling

Video Appearances[edit]

Year Title Artist Director(s)
2007 "1980" Dirt Nasty Nicholaus Goossen
"Bender" Andre Legacy Nicholaus Goossen

Guest appearances[edit]

  • Cisco Adler – Motorcycle (feat. Shwayze & Mickey Avalon)
  • Cisco Adler – Stick Up (feat. Shwayze)
  • Cisco Adler – Cheap Champagne (feat. Shwayze)
  • The All-American RejectsGives You Hell Remix (feat. Shwayze)
  • Paradiso GirlsPatron Tequila Remix (feat. Shwayze)
  • Keely Julian – No Chaser (feat. Shwayze)
  • Pittsburgh Slim – Undressed (feat. Shwayze)
  • Dr. Hollywood – Breakfast at Tiffany's (feat. Shwayze)
  • Cisco Adler – California Girl (feat. Shwayze)
  • Cisco Adler – High High High (feat. Shwayze)
  • CIsco Adler – More Than a Fan (feat. Shwayze)
  • Hoodie Allen – Wave Goodbye (feat.Shwayze)
  • Sky Blu - Pop Bottles (feat. Mark Rosas)
  • Mark Rosas - Reaction (feat. Chelsea Korka)


  1. ^ Cohen, Jonathan (2008-08-27). "Jonas Brothers Begin Second Week At No. 1". Billboard. Retrieved 2008-08-28. 
  2. ^ Shwayze