|Chasing The Devil: Temptation|
|Studio album by|
|Released||November 20, 2015|
|Genre||Hip hop, Horrorcore|
|Producer||Krayzie Bone (also exec.)|
|Krayzie Bone chronology|
|Singles from Chasing The Devil: Temptation|
Chasing The Devil: Temptation is the fourth studio album by American rapper Krayzie Bone, released on November 20, 2015, under RBC Records.
Krayzie Bone had been working on his fourth album for nearly 8 years, making it the longest time he has ever spent making a record. The album had been delayed several times before its release.Krayzie Bone had also expressed due to the polarizing response to the album title, in an interview with HipHopDX that he "just want to let everybody know what I don’t mean, because there’s a lot of misconceptions of the title. It doesn’t mean that I’m actually chasing the devil. I’m actually talking about certain things that we pursue in life sometimes that have evil motives behind them. You can be chasing the devil if you’re a politician trying to get power. You can be chasing the devil if you’re a normal person trying to get money and fame. I’m not necessarily saying that it’s evil to chase those things, but when you do it and all you think about is being rich or being that person, that’s something totally different."
The album's lead single, titled "Cloudy", was released on November 3, 2015.
The album's second single, titled "Like Fire", was released on November 18, 2015.
All tracks produced by Anthony Henderson.
|1.||"Wicked" (intro)||Anthony Henderson||1:53|
|2.||"Hold on to Ya Soul" (featuring Phaedra)||Anthony Henderson, Gerard McMahon, Mike Mainieri (original vocals from the song Cry Little Sister)||6:18|
|4.||"Weapons of Mass Distraction"||Henderson||3:05|
|5.||"The Money, the Power"||Henderson||2:53|
|6.||"The Devil's Deal"||Henderson||4:06|
|7.||"Rise of a King (Fall of a Fool)"||Henderson||2:11|
|8.||"Wake Up! (Skit)"||Henderson||0:31|
|12.||"A Wise Fool" (featuring Caine)||2:44|
|13.||"Heart 2 Heart (Domestic Skit)"||Henderson||2:39|
|14.||"Can't Walk Away" (featuring Flesh-n-Bone )||4:02|
|15.||"The Signs (Peace & Security)"||Henderson||2:16|
|16.||"Send Me an Angel"||Henderson||2:58|
|19.||"Brand New Everything" (featuring Bizzy Bone)||4:13|
|20.||"So Called Friends" (featuring Caine)||1:13|
|21.||"Ride for Me" (featuring Kief Brown)||Henderson||4:24|
|US Independent Albums||19|
|US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums ( Billboard )||27|
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