Still Reportin'...

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Still Reportin'...
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Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 21, 2003
Genre Hip hop
Label Solid Records/25 To Life Records
Producer William Cooper
Scram Jones
Dart La
Sha Money XL
Ben Grimm
Just One
Tragedy Khadafi chronology
Against All Odds
Still Reportin'...
Black Market Militia
Singles from Still Reportin'...
  1. "Stay Free"
    Released: September 9, 2002
  2. "U Make Me"
    Released: April 22, 2003
  3. "Hood"
    Released: November 11, 2003
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Still Reportin'... is the fourth solo studio album by the hip hop artist Tragedy Khadafi.

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Track listing

1"Still Reportin'"Tragedy Khadafi William Cooper 3:04
2"Neva Die Alone Pt. II"Tragedy Khadafi Scram Jones 3:52
3"The Code"Tragedy Khadafi, Havoc, LittlesScram Jones4:16
4"Hood"Tragedy Khadafi, Christ CastroDart La4:48
5"Hood Love"Tragedy Khadafi, Rashida William Cooper3:41
6"The Message [Aura Check]"Tragedy KhadafiWilliam Cooper3:57
7"Wake The Dead [Black Aura Skit]"Tragedy KhadafiWilliam Cooper1:16
8"Walk Wit Me [911]"Tragedy Khadafi Sha Money XL 6:03
9"U Make Me"Tragedy Khadafi, Capone, Littles Ben Grimm 3:59
10"The Truth"Tragedy Khadafi, Christ Castro Just One 3:42
11"Fall Back"Tragedy Khadafi, HavocScram Jones3:53
12"Can't Figure"Tragedy Khadafi, V-12Ben Grimm4:17
13"Eloheem"Tragedy KhadafiDart La2:14
14"Crying On The Inside"Tragedy KhadafiScram Jones5:25

Bonus tracks

Chart positions


Chart (2003)Peak
Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums53 [1]


Hood Love

Still Reportin

Wake the Dead (Black Aura Skit)

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