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Da Key

Da Key
Frayser Boy
Released May 20, 2008
Recorded 2008
Genre Rap
Label Hypnotize Minds
Producer DJ Paul Juicy J
Frayser Boy chronology

Me Being Me
(2005)
Da Key
(2008)

Da Key is the third studio album by Hypnotize Minds artist Frayser Boy. The album was named Da Key after Frayser Boy won an Oscar for writing the song It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp for the film Hustle and Flow and was presented with The Key to the City of Memphis for his achievement. The album was recorded in only three days in early 2008.[1]

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Intro"   1:12
2. "Big Money"   3:17
3. "Hood Thang"   3:34
4. "How Nigga"   3:17
5. "What We Smoke, What We Pop"   3:11
6. "How I Came Up"   3:43
7. "Twerk Dat Thang"   3:06
8. "100 Or Nothing"   3:28
9. "DXS Talk" (skit) 0:45
10. "Money Gettin' Mission"   2:58
11. "Hatin' On Me"   3:35
12. "Blame It On Patron" (featuring Juicy J) 3:46
13. "Come On Then"   2:51
14. "Wanna See Me Fall"   2:52
15. "Another Level"   3:06
16. "Any Day, Any Time"   2:41
17. "Outro"   2:02

Personnel

  • Blake Franklin – Artwork, Design

References

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