|Studio album by|
|Released||May 2, 2006|
|Producer||50 Cent (exec.),|
Sha Money XL (exec.),
The Alchemist, Chad Beatz, Dr. Dre, Exile, Fredwreck, Havoc, J.R. Rotem, K-Lassik Beats, Ky Miller, Mike Elizondo, Product & Whitton, Profile
|Mobb Deep chronology|
|Singles from Blood Money|
Blood Money is the seventh studio album by Mobb Deep, released on May 2, 2006. It is the group's only album on G-Unit & Interscope. It features guest appearances by G-Unit and Nyce. The album also features artists Mary J. Blige and Nate Dogg. Blood Money is the 1st Mobb Deep studio album did not to feature Big Noyd.
Blood Money has received generally mixed reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 55, based on 17 reviews, indicating "mixed or average reviews."
In the United States, the album debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 with 262,000 copies sold. This entry at #3 on the Billboard 200 tied Mobb Deep's 4th album Murda Muzik for highest entry on the chart, with Murda Muzik entering the chart at #3 in 1999.
The album has been certified gold and has sold 803,000 copies from May 2, 2006 – February 25, 2014.
|1.||"Smoke It"||Albert Johnson, Kejuan Muchita, Michael Clervoix, Derick Prosper, Albert Johnson, Kejuan Muchita||Havoc||2:57|
|2.||"Put Em in Their Place"||Johnson, Muchita, Clervoix, Ky Miller||Havoc, Ky Miller & Sha Money XL||4:00|
|3.||"Stole Something" (featuring Lloyd Banks)||Johnson, Muchita, Christopher Lloyd, Micky Jones||Havoc||3:57|
|4.||"Creep" (featuring 50 Cent)||Johnson, Muchita, Curtis Jackson, R. Pant, Bappi Lahiri||Havoc||4:01|
|5.||"Speaking So Freely"||Johnson, Muchita, H. Ehrlinger, G. Greffenius, Gerhard Narholz||Havoc||3:11|
|6.||"Backstage Pass" (featuring 50 Cent)||Johnson, Muchita, K. Harrold||K-Lassik Beats||3:05|
|7.||"Give It to Me" (featuring Young Buck)||Johnson, Muchita, David Brown, M. Castro, N. Lewis, J. Antoine, Jackson, J. Lalit A. Sameer,||Profile||3:08|
|8.||"Click Click" (featuring Tony Yayo)||Johnson, Muchita, Marvin Bernard, Stu Phillips, G. Larson||Havoc||4:25|
|9.||"Pearly Gates" (featuring 50 Cent)||Johnson, Muchita, Jackson, A. Manfriedi, R. Bowles||Exile||4:16|
|10.||"Capital P, Capital H" (featuring Nyce)||Johnson, Muchita, C. Richmond, J. Whitton||Product & Whitton||4:15|
|11.||"Daydreamin'"||Johnson, Muchita, Clervoix, C. Burnett||Chad Beatz||3:15|
|12.||"The Infamous" (featuring 50 Cent)||Johnson, Muchita, Alan Maman, F. Brathwaite||The Alchemist||3:53|
|13.||"In Love with the Moulah"||Johnson, Muchita, J.R. Rotem||J.R. Rotem||3:13|
|14.||"It's Alright" (featuring 50 Cent & Mary J. Blige)||Johnson, Muchita, Jackson, Mary J. Blige, W. Harris, W. Henderson, G. Matta||Havoc||4:25|
|15.||"Have a Party" (bonus track; featuring 50 Cent & Nate Dogg)||Johnson, Muchita, Jackson, Nathaniel Hale, Farid Nassar||Fredwreck||3:56|
|16.||"Outta Control (Remix)" (bonus track; featuring 50 Cent)||Jackson, Johnson, Muchita, Andre Young, Michael Elizondo, Mark Batson, C. Pope||Dr. Dre & Mike Elizondo||4:07|
|UK bonus track|
|1.||"So Ill"||—||Ky Miller||3:02|
The bonus track "Have a Party" originally appeared on the Get Rich or Die Tryin' soundtrack, released in 2005. The other bonus track on the album, "Outta Control Remix", also originally appeared elsewhere, appearing as a bonus track on the re-release edition of 50 Cent's The Massacre. "Outta Control Remix" was also released as a single off of The Massacre and peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100.
"Stole Something" contains samples from "Puella Puella" by Man.
"Creep" contains samples from "Dil Tha Akela Akela" by Lata Mangeshkar.
"Speakin' So Freely" contains samples from "Solitude of the Mountains" by Gil Flat.
"Give It to Me" contains samples from "Tujhe Yaad Na Meri AA Yee" by Jatin-Lalit.
"Click Click" contains samples from the Knight Rider theme.
"Pearly Gates" contains samples from "The Judgement Day" by Tavares.
"The Infamous" contains samples from "Gangbusters" - written by F. Brathwaite - Scratch Mix by Grand Wizzard Theodore.
"It's Alright" contains samples from "The Loneliest Man In Town" by Side Effect.
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