Waitin' to Inhale (Devin the Dude album)

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Waitin' to Inhale
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 20, 2007
GenreHip hop
LabelRap-A-Lot Records
Asylum Records
Atlantic Records
ProducerDevin the Dude, J. Prince (executive)
Devin the Dude chronology
To tha X-Treme
Waitin' to Inhale
Landing Gear
Professional ratings
Review scores
Pitchfork Media(7.8/10)[1]
HipHopDX4/5 stars[3]
Not to be confused with the Afroman album Waiting to Inhale.

Waitin' to Inhale is the fourth solo album by Rap-A-Lot Records artist, Devin the Dude. The album peaked at #30 on the Billboard 200, making this his highest charting album to date.[4] It features high-profile guest appearances from André 3000, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, and Bun B. As of December 2007, the album has sold 165,000 copies.[5]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Songwriters Performer (s) Length
1 "Boom I" 0:58
2 "She Want That Money" Copeland, Poye Coughee Brothaz 4:52
3 "Almighty Dollar" Copeland, Escobedo Devin the Dude, Tony Mac 4:09
4 "Hope I Don't Get Sick-A-This" Copleand, Henderson Devin the Dude 3:49
5 "What a Job" Benjamin, Broadus, Copeland, Henderson Devin the Dude, André 3000, Snoop Dogg 5:32
6 "Broccoli & Cheese" Copeland, Poye Devin the Dude 3:59
7 "Boom II" 0:56
8 "She Useta Be" Copeland, Gaye, Poye Devin the Dude 4:57
9 "Lil' Girl Gone" Broomfield, Carter, Copeland, Freeman, McKinney Devin the Dude, Lil Wayne, Bun B 5:15
10 "No Longer Needed Here" Copeland, Poye Devin the Dude, GT 5:09
11 "Just Because" Cohn, Copeland, Ervin, Ettinger, Pierce, Simon, Smith Devin the Dude 3:45
12 "Don't Wanna Be Alone" Beck, Banner, Copeland, Jones, Middlebrook, Pierce, Poye, Satchell, Williams Devin the Dude 5:31
13 "Somebody Else's Wife" Copeland, Poye Devin the Dude, 14K 4:17
14 "Boom III" 0:29
15 "Cutcha' Up" Copeland, Dean, Smit Devin the Dude 3:31
16 "Nothin' to Roll With" Copeland, Dean, Smit Devin the Dude 2:03
17 "Til' It's All Gone" Copeland, Johnson, McQueen Coughee Brothaz 7:58



Chart (2007) Peak
Billboard 200 30
Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums 9