Too Hot for TV

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Too Hot for TV
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Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 30, 2003
Recorded20022003
Genre Hip hop
Length60:28
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Too Hot for TV is the first and only studio album by hip hop group Da Band. It was certified Gold by the RIAA for sales of over 500,000 copies. Two singles, "Tonight" and "Bad Boy This, Bad Boy That", were released from the album.

Contents

Track listing

#TitleTimePerformer(s)
1"We Here" (Intro)0:45
  • Performed by Da Band
2"My Life"4:57
  • Chorus: Sara
  • First verse: Ness
  • Second verse: Freddy P
  • Third verse: Babs
3"Living Legends"4:20
  • Chorus, first verse, & outro: Dylan
  • Second & sixth verses: Babs
  • Third verse & eighth verses: Ness
  • Fourth verse: Freddy P
  • Fifth & seventh verses: Chopper Young City
4"Tonight"4:31
  • Chorus: Babs, Sara, & Ness
  • First verse & bridge: Sara
  • Second verse: Babs
  • Third verse: Chopper Young City
  • Fourth verse: Freddy P
  • Fifth verse: Ness
  • Sixth verse: Dylan
5"How U Like Me Now"4:28
  • Chorus: Sara
  • First verse: Ness
  • Second verse: Chopper Young City
  • Bridge: Mysterious (Uncredited)
  • Third verse: Freddy P
6"I Like Your Style"4:41
  • Chorus: Babs & Dylan
  • First verse: Babs
  • Second verse: Chopper Young City
  • Bridge: Sara
  • Third verse: Ness
  • Fourth verse: Freddy P
7"What We Gonna Do"2:57
  • Chorus: Babs, Sara, & Freddy P
  • First verse: Ness
  • Second verse: Chopper Young City
  • Third verse: Babs
  • Fourth verse: Freddy P
8"Why"4:40
  • Intro: Dylan
  • Chorus: Freddy P & Sara
  • First verse: Chopper Young City
  • Second verse: Freddy P
  • Third & fifth verses: Ness
  • Fourth verse: Babs
9"Stick Up"2:57
  • Performed by: Ness & Freddy P
10"Whatchu Be Doin'" (Interlude)0:12
  • Performed by: Da Band
11"Chopped Up"4:31
  • Performed by: Chopper Young City
12"Bad Boy This, Bad Boy That"3:16
  • Intro: P.Diddy
  • First verse: Babs
  • Second verse: Ness
  • Third verse: Chopper Young City
  • Fourth verse: Freddy P
13*"Do You Know" (featuring Wyclef Jean) 3:48
  • Performed by Da Band (featuring Wyclef Jean)
14"Hold Me Down"4:20
  • First verse: Babs
  • Second verse: Freddy P
  • Third verse: Chopper Young City
  • Fourth verse: Ness
  • Fifth verse: Dylan
15"Cheers to Me, Mr. Bentley" (Interlude) (featuring The Madd Rapper& Fonzworth Bentley)3:02
16"They Know"4:30
  • Chorus: Chopper Young City
  • First & third verses: Chopper Young City
  • Second & fourth verses: Freddy P
17"Go Steady"4:50
  • Chorus, first verse, second verse, & bridge: Sara
  • Third verse: Ness
18"Holla" (Outro)1:03
  • Performed by: Da Band

Singles

  1. "Bad Boy This, Bad Boy That"
  2. "Tonight"

Charts

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