Three Ringz

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Three Ringz
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Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 11, 2008 [1]
Length60:35 (standard)
73:08 (deluxe)
T-Pain chronology
Three Ringz
The Instrumentals
Alternative cover
Thr33 Ringz alt. cover.jpg
Import edition cover
1."Brand New Show (skit)"Najm1:02
2."Welcome to Thr33 Ringz (Intro)" Faheem Najm, Frank Romano, Eddie Griffin 1:25
3."Ringleader Man"Najm, Johnny Smith2:54
4."Chopped 'n' Skrewed" (featuring Ludacris)Najm, Christopher Bridges 4:21
5."Take a Ride (skit)"Najm1:45
6."Freeze" (featuring Chris Brown)Najm, Christopher Brown 3:36
7."Blowing Up" (featuring Ciara)Najm, Ciara Harris 3:24
8."Can't Believe It" (featuring Lil Wayne)Najm, Dwayne Carter, Jr., David Balfour4:33
9."It Ain't Me" (featuring Akon and T.I.)Najm, Aliaune Thiam, Clifford Harris, Jr., Romano3:45
10."Feed the Lions (skit)"Najm1:28
11."Therapy" (featuring Kanye West)Najm, Kanye West, Romano3:34
12."Long Lap Dance"Najm, Romano, Rocco Valdes 4:36
13."Lorraine Interlude"Najm1:00
14."Reality Show" (featuring Musiq Soulchild, Raheem DeVaughn and Jay Lyriq)Najm, James Cohen, Taalib Johnson, Romano, Raheem DeVaughn 5:27
15."Keep Going"Najm, Romano2:14
16."Superstar Lady" (featuring Young Cash)Najm, Joseph Williams 3:17
17."Change" (featuring Akon and Diddy)Najm, Thiam, Mary Jane Blige, Valdes, Gordon-Scott Kennedy, Wayne Kirkpatrick, Tommy Sims, Sean Combs 5:10
18."Digital" (featuring Tay Dizm)Najm, Artavious Smith 3:14
19."Karaoke" (featuring DJ Khaled) (produced by Tha Bizness)Najm, Khaled Khaled, Christopher Whitacre, Justin Henderson4:09
20."Drácula (skit)"Najm0:38
Total length:60:35
Deluxe edition (bonus tracks)
22."Sweet"Najm, Balfour3:58
23."Bad Side"Najm, Romano2:35
24."Phantom"Najm, Balfour3:36
Total length:73:08
United Kingdom bonus tracks
21."Naked on the Dance Floor"Najm3:17
22."Can't Believe It (FP Remix)" (featuring Lil Wayne)Najm, Carter, Jr., Balfour3:32
Denmark bonus track
21."Can't Believe It (Rishi Ram Remix)" (featuring Mauran)Najm, Balfour4:35
Repackaged edition (Philippines and Serbia only)
21."Boom" (featuring Sin Sizzerb)Najm, Filip Filipi3:35



RegionCertification Certified units/sales
United States (RIAA) [24] Gold500,000^

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

Release history

Australia [25] November 7, 2008Digital download, CD Jive Records
New Zealand [26]
United Kingdom [27]
Canada [28] November 11, 2008
United States [29]
Japan [30] November 26, 2008

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