Woo (soundtrack)

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Woo
Woo OST.jpg
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released May 5, 1998
Recorded 1997-1998
Genre Hip hop, R&B
Label Untertainment/Epic/Sony
Producer Ron Lawrence, Clark Kent, Mr. Cheeks, Warren G, Stokley Williams, Jamie Foxx, Dame Grease, Robert "Shim" Kirkland, Lord Digga, Trackmasters, Chico DeBarge, Ant Banks, Jacob York

Woo is the soundtrack to the 1998 comedy film, Woo. It was released on May 5, 1998 through Epic Records and consisted of hip hop and R&B music. The soundtrack was a moderate success, peaking at 52 on the Billboard 200 and 8 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and featured three charting single Charli Baltimore's "Money", which went to #50 on the Hot Rap Singles, Nate Dogg and Warren G's "Nobody Does It Better" and Cam'ron's "357".

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Track listing[edit]

  1. "Woo Woo"- 3:36 (MC Lyte and Nicci Gilbert)
  2. "Money"- 3:44 (Charli Baltimore)
  3. "Bouncin'"- 4:20 (Lost Boyz)
  4. "Nobody Does It Better"- 4:53 (Nate Dogg and Warren G)
  5. "Get'n It On"- 4:25 (Mona Lisa)
  6. "If You Love Me"- 4:23 (Stokley Williams)
  7. "T-Shirt and Panties"- 4:50 (Adina Howard and Jamie Foxx)
  8. "Niggaz Done Started Something"- 4:55 (DMX, The LOX and Ma$e)
  9. "J-A-N-E Meets N.O.R.E."- 3:50 (Jane Blaze and N.O.R.E.)
  10. "357"- 3:24 (Cam'ron)
  11. "Let It Be"- 4:09 (Allure and 50 Cent)
  12. "Take a Ride"- 4:29 (Heavy D and McGruff)
  13. "I Will"- 3:39 (Simone Hines)
  14. "Superman"- 4:12 (Chico DeBarge)
  15. "Searching (For Your Love)"- 4:36 (Brownstone)
  16. "Drama in My Life"- 5:28 (Eightball and Psycho Drama)
  17. "I Know You Love Her"- 5:10 (Too Short, Slink Capone and Otis & Shug)
  18. "Boom Boom Boom" - 4:15 (The Outhere Brothers)