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Controversy Sells
Controversy Sells
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Studio album by Paul Wall and Chamillionaire
Released January 25, 2005 (2005-01-25)
Recorded 2003-2004
Genre Southern hip hop
Length 55:28
Label Paid In Full
Producer
  • Mista Madd (exec.)
  • Myron "Big Catty" Wright (exec.)
  • Drathoven
  • Crazy C
  • Beatco
  • Bluenote
  • Del
  • Whyle Chyle
  • T-Gray
Paul Wall and Chamillionaire chronology
Get Ya Mind Correct
(2002)
Controversy Sells
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2.5/5 stars [1]
RapReviews.com7/10 stars [2]

Controversy Sells is the second and final studio album by rappers Paul Wall and Chamillionaire. Paid In Full released the album in 2005 after both artists had left the label. The album was originally set to be released in 2003, but due to Chamillionaire's differences with Paul Wall & Paid In Full, he left the label in mid-2004.[] The album peaked at #50 on the BillboardTop R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.[3]There's a chopped and screwed version by DJ Michael '5000' Watts for Swishahouse.

Track listing

No.TitleProducer(s)Length
1."Intro" (featuring Big Cat)--1:58
2."Clap"Drathoven3:33
3."Still N Luv Wit My Money" (featuring 50/50 Twin)Crazy C6:45
4."Here I Am"Beatco2:13
5."I Got Game"Bluenote4:05
6."True" (featuring Lil' Flip)Del4:05
7."Respect My Grind"Crazy C2:51
8."Lawyer Fees" (featuring Big Cat)--0:17
9."Can't Give U Da World" (featuring 50/50 Twin & Lew Hawk)Del5:07
10."What Would U Do" (featuring Monetana)Bluenote3:35
11."Back Up Plan" (featuring Devin the Dude)Whyle Chyle6:17
12."She Gangsta"T-Gray4:40
13."House of Pain" (featuring Yung Ro)Bluenote3:28
14."True (Remix)" (featuring 50/50 Twin & Lew Hawk)Del4:07
15."Outro" (featuring Big Cat)--2:25

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