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Heart Of A Champion

by Paul Wall

Heart Of A Champion by Paul Wall

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Heart Of A Champion

by Paul Wall

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Label: Asylum/Swishahouse
Five years after his breakthrough, The People's Champ, Paul Wall has settled into a modest career spitting game for a loyal street-rap audience. He's still more welcoming than most of his Houston contemporaries, though, and Heart of a Champion includes unlikely appearances from Bay Area don Andre Nickatina, Chicago juke queen Kid Sister, and West Coast hustler Mitchy Slick. Pop-punk drummer-turned-producer Travis Barker backs Wall on a surprisingly competent "Take Notes," and Devin the Dude drops in for "Smoke Everyday." Even Chamillionaire joins his onetime recording partner for a long-awaited reunion, "Round Here."

About This Album

Five years after his breakthrough, The People's Champ, Paul Wall has settled into a modest career spitting game for a loyal street-rap audience. He's still more welcoming than most of his Houston contemporaries, though, and Heart of a Champion includes unlikely appearances from Bay Area don Andre Nickatina, Chicago juke queen Kid Sister, and West Coast hustler Mitchy Slick. Pop-punk drummer-turned-producer Travis Barker backs Wall on a surprisingly competent "Take Notes," and Devin the Dude drops in for "Smoke Everyday." Even Chamillionaire joins his onetime recording partner for a long-awaited reunion, "Round Here."

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About This Album

Five years after his breakthrough, The People's Champ, Paul Wall has settled into a modest career spitting game for a loyal street-rap audience. He's still more welcoming than most of his Houston contemporaries, though, and Heart of a Champion includes unlikely appearances from Bay Area don Andre Nickatina, Chicago juke queen Kid Sister, and West Coast hustler Mitchy Slick. Pop-punk drummer-turned-producer Travis Barker backs Wall on a surprisingly competent "Take Notes," and Devin the Dude drops in for "Smoke Everyday." Even Chamillionaire joins his onetime recording partner for a long-awaited reunion, "Round Here."