|1||Re-N-Carnated Street Entrepeneur|
|2||Nothing But Love
Featuring – Ginx
|3||Roll Wit The M.O.B.
Featuring – Bizzy Bone, Coo Coo Cal, Llan
Featuring – Bizzy Bone, Soloists of the Pacific Rim*
Featuring – Hustle Man
|7||Before I Go (Remix)
Featuring – Bizzy Bone
|8||Proud To Be American
Featuring – Bizarre , Bizzy Bone, Kangol , Yan
|9||Ride Or Die (Skit)
Featuring – Anthony Ellis*
|10||Who Do You Trust (R.I.P. 2Pac)|
Featuring – Bizzy Bone, Llan
|13||Out The Game
Featuring – Anthony Ellis*, Tommy Gray
Featuring – Anthony Ellis*, Charlie Harts, Steve Shreus
|16||Roll Wit The M.O.B. (Remix)
Featuring – Bizzy Bone, Brian B.*, Coo Coo Cal, Llan
Double Up is the eighth studio album by American singer R. Kelly. It was released by Jive Records on May 29, 2007 in the United States, with distribution handled by Zomba Label Group. The album features the contributions with guest appearances and also the productions, which was handled by R. Kelly, alongside with Swizz Beatz, The Runners, Snoop Dogg, Khao, Nelly, Chamillionaire and Polow da Don.
A double album (or double record) is an audio album which spans two units of the primary medium in which it is sold, typically records and compact disc. A double album is usually, though not always, released as such because the recording is longer than the capacity of the medium.
And if Double Up is, inevitably, far from flawless, the level of novelty and listenability Kelly manages to sustain for that duration is quite a feat.
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Ever since the introduction of the CD, the double album has become the norm; the norm in the sense that 2 vinyl albums ran to about 80 minutes on average. In many cases the filling of a CD with close to a double album’s worth of material has produced too many albums that are more ‘filler than killer’, In the mid 1960s the idea of a double album was seen as groundbreaking, a landmark recording, and that’s true of all these 17 albums. July 1966 80’ 32 One live, one studio album and it was the first Platinum selling double album. October 1968 75’ 25 Naked ladies and All Along the Watchtower and proof that Jimi was a Genius! November 1968 93’ 15 George Martin wanted to trim it to a single album; for once he was wrong.