is the fifth The Price of Fame studio album by American rapper Bow Wow. It was released on December 19, 2006. The first single " Shortie Like Mine" featuring Chris Brown and Johntá Austin. The second single " Outta My System". The third single "I Don't Know About That". The fourth and final single was supposed to be "4 Corners", but was never released as a single and a video was not shot. Every track on the album is edited, although explicit versions of songs such as " Shortie Like Mine", "4 Corners", and "I Don't Know About That" were recorded.
The album debuted at number six on the US
chart, with 262,001 copies sold in the first-week of sales. Billboard 200 A month later the album was certified gold by the  Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) with an excess of 500,000 copies. Producers and guest appearances are featured on the album, including  Jermaine Dupri, Chris Brown, Johntá Austin, Young Jinsu, The late Pimp C, T-Pain, Lil Scrappy, Short Dawg, Khleo Thomas, Young Capone, R. Kelly, Nitty, Lil Ronnie, among others.
Track listing [ edit ]
"Price of Fame"
Shad Moss, Ronnie Jackson
Bow Wow, Lil Ronnie 2:38
(featuring Lil Scrappy, Pimp C, Short Dawg and Lil Wayne)
Chad Butler, Dwayne Carter, Jr., Shawn Carter, Jermaine Dupri, Kyambo Joshua, Darryl Richardson, Timothy Mosley, James Phillips Jermaine Dupri,
LRoc*, No I.D.* 5:28
Outta My System" (featuring T-Pain and Johntá Austin) Jaron Alston, Dupri,
Rick James Jermaine Dupri, LRoc*, No I.D.*
"How You Move It"
Teraike Crawford, Dupri,
Curtis Jackson, Phillips, Phillip Pitts Jermaine Dupri, LRoc*
Shortie Like Mine" (featuring Chris Brown, Johntá Austin & Jermaine Dupri)
Johntá Austin, Bryan-Michael Cox, Dupri, Shawntae Harris Jermaine Dupri, Bryan-Michael Cox*
"Don't Know About That"
(featuring Coke J and Young Capone) Dupri, Chadron Moore, Rodriguez Vashaun Smith
Timmy Gatling, Harris, Phillips, Alton "Wokie" Stewart Jermaine Dupri, LRoc*
(featuring Da Brat) Dupri, Phillips, Anthony "T." Waters
Jermaine Dupri, LRoc*
(featuring Khleo Thomas) Jaron Alston, Dupri, Phillips
Jermaine Dupri, LRoc*
Moss, Tad Mingo, Rufus Morgan
"Give It to You"
Bow Wow, Lil Ronnie
Track 2, "Price of Fame", featuring uncredited vocals by Young Jinsu.
Track 5, "How You Move It", featuring uncredited vocals by Da Brat.
"4 Corners", contains excepts from "
Big Pimpin'" as performed by Jay-Z featuring UGK, and written by Shawn Carter, Chad Butler, Bernard Freeman, Timothy Mosley and Kyambo Joshua. "Outta My System" (feat. Johntá Austin and T-Pain), samples of "Hollywood" as performed by Rick James, and written by James Johnson, Jr.
"How You Move It", contains interpolations from the composition "
Disco Inferno as performed by 50 Cent, and written by Curtis Jackson, Teraike Crawford and Phillip Pitts. "Tell Me", contains interpolations from the composition "When Will I See You Smile Again?" by
Bell Biv DeVoe, and written by Timmy Gatling and Alton "Wokie" Stewart.
Bonus track [ edit ]
The album was released with the bonus track "
I'm a Flirt" (featuring R. Kelly). This was due to be the album's second single, but it was changed to "Outta My System". The remix to "I'm A Flirt", with T.I. and T-Pain, is on R. Kelly's 2007 album and does not include Bow Wow. On downloadable music sites and YouTube, Bow Wow's verse was added to the beginning of the remix and is credited as Bow Wow & R. Kelly featuring T.I. and T-Pain. Double Up
Charts and certifications [ edit ]
Weekly charts [ edit ]
Certifications [ edit ]
Year-end charts [ edit ]
Billboard 200  91
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums
US Top Rap Albums
References [ edit ]
^ Allmusic review
^ RapReviews.com review
^ Harris, Chris (2006-12-27). "Nas Proves Hip-Hop Is Alive And Well With Third Career #1 - Music, Celebrity, Artist News". MTV . Retrieved . 2012-03-05
^ a b "American album certifications – Bow Wow – The Price of Fame". Recording Industry Association of America. If necessary, click Advanced , then click Format , then select Album , then click SEARCH Cite error: Invalid
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^ "Bow Wow – Chart history" for Bow Wow. Retrieved July 28, 2014. Billboard 200
^ " Bow Wow – Chart history" for Bow Wow. Retrieved July 28, 2014. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums
^ " Bow Wow – Chart history" for Bow Wow. Retrieved July 28, 2014. Billboard Top Rap Albums
^ "Year-End Charts: Billboard 200 Albums - 2007". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media . Retrieved . May 7, 2015
^ "Year-End Charts: R&B/Hip-Hop Albums - 2007". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media . Retrieved . May 7, 2015
^ "Year-End Charts: Rap Albums - 2007". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media . Retrieved . May 7, 2015