World Party (album)

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World Party
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Studio album by
ReleasedDecember 21, 1999
Recorded1998-1999
Genre Hip hop
Length54:59
Label LaFace
Producer Organized Noize, Coptic, Deric "D-Dot" Angelettie, Derrick Trotman, Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Mr. DJ, Cyptron, Dallas Austin, Kanye West, Rondal Rucker, Easy Mo Bee
Goodie Mob chronology
Still Standing
(1998)
World Party
(1999)
One Monkey Don't Stop No Show
(2004)
Singles from World Party
  1. "Get Rich to This"
    Released: December 21, 1999
  2. "What It Ain't (Ghetto Enuff)"
    Released: 2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
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RapReviews.com(8.0/10) [3]

World Party is the third studio album by the American hip hop group Goodie Mob. The album was the group's last album with the original four members until Age Against the Machine in 2013.  

Contents

The Album was certified gold By the RIAA in 2000 [4]

Former NFL cornerback Asante Samuel has a tattoo on his left arm that says “Get Rich To This,” because he liked that song in college. [5]

Track listing

No.TitleProducer(s)Length
1."Invitation to the World Party" 0:39
2."World Party" Organized Noize 4:05
3."Chain Swang"Coptic, Deric "D-Dot" Angelettie, Derrick Trotman4:32
4."Get Rich to This / Parking Lot (Break)" (featuring Big Boi and Backbone)Organized Noize4:23
5."The Dip"Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton5:25
6."All A's" (featuring Backbone) Mr. DJ 5:26
7."What It Ain't (Ghetto Enuff)" (featuring TLC)Cyptron, Dallas Austin 5:13
8."I.C.U." (featuring Sleepy Brown)Organized Noize4:05
9."Rebuilding"Deric "D-Dot" Angelettie, Kanye West 4:38
10."Just Do It / Poochie (Break)"Rondal Rucker4:42
11."Street Corner" (featuring Backbone)Organized Noize3:49
12."Cutty Buddy" (featuring Sleepy Brown)Organized Noize3:49
13."Fie Fie Delish"Easy Mo Bee3:44
14."Go Back (Break)" 1:07

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