Straight from the N.O.

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Straight from the N.O.
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Studio album by Choppa
Released March 4, 2003
Recorded 2002-2003
Genre Hip hop
Label The New No Limit / Take Fo' / Universal
Producer "Henry The Man" Holden, Nik Cohn, Don Juan, Ke'Noe, Master P (exec.), Donald XL Robertson (exec.), Sinista
Choppa chronology
Choppa Style
(2002)Choppa Style2002
Straight from the N.O.
(2003)
Da Real Choppa
(2005)Da Real Choppa2005
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic2.9/5 stars

Straight from the N.O. is the second studio album by American rapper Choppa, released on March 4, 2003 through The New No Limit , Take Fo & Universal Records. Production for the album was handled by "Henry The Man" Holden, Nik Cohn, Don Juan, Ke'Noe, Master P, Donald XL Robertson and Sinista. There was one single released from the album: "Choppa Style". It proved to be a success for Choppa, peaking at number 54 on the Billboard 200 and #17 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, selling 95,000 copies its first week.

Background[edit]

Executive producers for Straight from the N.O. include Choppa, Donald XL Robertson and "Henry The Man" Holden.This was one of the final albums released from the original No Limit Records.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."I'mma Be Here"3:32
2."Represent Yo Block" (featuring B.G. & Master P)3:07
3."Straight from the N.O." (featuring Big Man)4:31
4."Choppa Style" (featuring Master P)4:24
5."Dirty Dirty"4:03
6."Holla At Me" (featuring Curren$y)3:54
7."Brick Jungle"5:19
8."Keep It Poppin'" (featuring 5th Ward Weebie & Money)4:14
9."Aaahhh Oh Yeah"3:36
10."Lookin' Good" (featuring Jahbo)3:40
11."Hatin'" (featuring Money & Hype)3:02
12."Shake It Like That" (featuring Curren$y)4:13
13."Choppa Rock"3:39
14."Gettin' Money" (featuring Curren$y)3:00
15."Outro"3:45
16."Bonus Track #1" (featuring Master P & Curren$y)3:35
17."Bonus Track #2" (featuring Big Ramp)3:30

Charts[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200 54
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 15

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