All Eyez on Us

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All Eyez on Us
All Eyez on Us.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 4, 2008
Recorded2007
Genre Hip hop
Length48:42
Label Real Talk Entertainment
Producer
  • Derrick "Sac" Johnson (exec.)
  • Beat Killaz
  • Real Talk Ent.
  • Vince V.
Lil' Flip chronology
Still Connected
(2008)
All Eyez on Us
(2008)
Certified
(2009)
Young Noble chronology
Thug in Thug Out
(2007)
All Eyez on Us
(2008)
Outlaw Rydahz Vol. 1
(2012)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic Star full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar half.svgStar empty.svg [1]
RapReviews6.5/10 [2]

All Eyez on Us is a collaborative studio album by American rappers Lil' Flip and Young Noble. It was released on March 4, 2008 via Real Talk Entertainment. Production was handled by Beat Killaz (Big Hollis and Preach), Vince V. and Real Talk Ent. with Derrick "Sac" Johnson served as executive producer. It features the lone guest appearance from Gudda Gudda. The album debuted at number 137 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart, selling about 5,400 units during its first week. The title is a homage to 2Pac's 1996 album All Eyez on Me .

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleProducer(s)Length
1."Flip Gates"
  • Big Hollis
  • Preach
0:56
2."Where You From?" (featuring Gudda Gudda)
  • Big Hollis
  • Preach
4:32
3."Can't Let It Happen"
  • Big Hollis
  • Preach
5:11
4."Over Time"Vince V.4:12
5."Be About Somethin"
  • Big Hollis
  • Preach
4:34
6."Pure Uncut"Real Talk Ent.0:40
7."I'm a G"
  • Big Hollis
  • Preach
4:13
8."Last Dayz"
  • Big Hollis
  • Preach
5:16
9."Gettin Paper"Real Talk Ent.0:27
10."Speakin My Language"Vince V.5:19
11."On My Team"Vince V.4:58
12."Pill or Two"Vince V.3:50
13."Givin It Back"
  • Big Hollis
  • Preach
3:47
14."Purple Lean"
  • Big Hollis
  • Preach
0:47
Total length:48:42
Collector's Edition
No.TitleLength
15."If U Trappin" (Bonus track) 
16."Bosses Make It Rain" (Bonus track) 

Personnel

Charts

Chart (2008)Peak
position
US Billboard 200 [3] 137
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) [4] 31
US Top Rap Albums (Billboard) [5] 10
US Independent Albums (Billboard) [6] 20

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