Undaground Legend

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Undaground Legend
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Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 27, 2002
Recorded2001–2002
Genre Hip hop, Southern hip hop
Label Sucka Free, Loud, Columbia
Producer Lil' Flip, Tommy Granville Jr., Big Tyme, Young Sears, Joe Trax, Slugger
Lil' Flip chronology
The Leprechaun
(2000)
Undaground Legend
(2002)
U Gotta Feel Me
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
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RapReviews7.5/10 [2]

Undaground Legend is the first major-label studio album (second overall) by rapper Lil' Flip. [3] The album debuted at #12 on the Billboard 200 with 70,000 copies sold in the first week released. [4] The album was certified Platinum by the RIAA in December 2002 for shipping over a million copies. [5] [6] A sequel to the album was released in 2009 titled Underground Legend Part 2, It was released independently.

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleProducer(s)Length
1."What I Been Through" (featuring Big T, Lil' Ron & Yung Redd) Lil' Flip & Young Sears4:29
2."U See It" (featuring Chamillionaire)Lil' Flip & Young Sears4:20
3."8 Rulez" (featuring Shasta)Ke'Noe & Lil' Flip3:55
4."I Shoulda Listened" (featuring Seville)Bigg Tyme & Lil' Flip3:34
5."7-1-3"Lil' Flip & Mr. Mixx4:00
6."The Way We Ball"Kojack, Lil' Flip & Young Sears4:43
7."Get Crunk" (featuring Big T, Lil' Ron & David Banner)Lil' Flip & Young Sear5:08
8."Haters Still Mad" (featuring Big T & Lil' Ron)Ke'Noe & Lil' Flip3:14
9."We Ain't Scared" (featuring Bizzy Bone)Ke'Noe & Lil' Flip5:14
10."Make Mama Proud"Lil' Flip & Tommy Granville3:06
11."I Can Do Dat (Remix)" (featuring Juvenile & Skip)Bigg Tyme & Lil' Flip4:01
12."Tonight" (featuring Seville)Lil' Flip & Slugger4:21
13."What Y'all Wanna Do" (featuring C-Note & David Banner) David Banner & Lil' Flip4:07
14."It's A Fact"Lil' Flip & Young Sears4:28
15."R.I.P. Screw" (featuring Bizzy Bone)Joe Traxx5:13
16."Forget The Fame"Chop Shop Productions & Lil' Flip5:05

Bonus CD

No.TitleProducer(s)Length
1."The Way We Ball (Remix)" (featuring Lil' Ron & Yung Redd)Kojack, Lil' Flip & Young Sears4:44
2."The Way We Ball (Screwed & Chopped)"Kojack, Lil' Flip & Young Sears5:39
3."Da Roof"-----2:45
4."Texas Boyz (Screwed & Chopped)" (featuring Yung Redd)-----4:34
5."U See It (Screwed & Chopped)" (featuring Chamillionaire)Lil' Flip & Young Sears5:19
6."Look At Me Now"-----4:43
7."Haters Still Mad (Screwed & Chopped)" (featuring Big T & Lil' Ron)Ke'Noe & Lil' Flip3:50

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