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Supply & Demand
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 30, 2007
Recorded2004–07
Genre
  • gangsta rap[1]
Length43:57
Label
Producer
  • Jeff Dixon (exec.)
  • B-Crucial
  • Jay-R
  • Jean 'J Rock' Borges
  • M16
  • Streetrunner
  • T-Mix
  • Wonder Arillo
Playaz Circle chronology
Supply & Demand
(2007)
Flight 360: The Takeoff
(2009)
Singles from Supply & Demand
  1. 'Duffle Bag Boy'
    Released: May 1, 2007
  2. 'Betta Knock'
    Released: December 12, 2007
  3. '#1 Trap Pick'
    Released: April 8, 2008
  4. 'Paper Chaser'
    Released: August 19, 2008
  5. 'We Workin'
    Released: October 28, 2009
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic[2]
RapReviews[3]
DJBooth.net[4]

Supply & Demand is the debut album by Atlanta duo Playaz Circle. The title of the album was believed to have been changed to 'Pound 4 Pound', but in an interview Tity Boi confirmed the title to be 'Supply & Demand'. Playaz Circle released a single on called 'Circle of Playaz', which featured Jazze Pha and then released 'U Can Believe It' featuring Ludacris. The album was pushed back several times, but many tracks leaked onto the internet before release. The album was finally released on October 30, 2007, featuring guest spots by Ludacris, Shawnna, Phonte of Little Brother and Lil Wayne. The album was removed from iTunes in 2012, and it does not appear on music services such as Spotify and Google Play, most likely due to a copyright claim on the name of the group.[5]

Sales[edit]

The album debuted at #27 on the Billboard 200, selling 26,138 copies.[6] In its second week, it dropped to #79, selling 11,261 copies.[7]

Track listing[edit]

Credits adapted from the album's liner notes.[8]

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1.'Dear Mr. L.A. Reid'
  • David Stokes
  • Mikki Farrow
  • Marvin Jackson
Knoxville4:29
2.'#1 Trap Pick'
  • B-Crucial
  • Tony Dinero
3:24
3.'Duffle Bag Boy' (featuring Lil Wayne)M-164:18
4.'Betta Knock' (featuring Ludacris)
  • Conyers
  • Epps
  • Gabriel Arillo
Wonder Arillo4:13
5.'Paper Chaser' (featuring Phonte of Little Brother)Mr. Porter4:02
6.'We Workin'
  • Conyers
  • Epps
Drumma Boy3:05
7.'U Can Believe It' (featuring Ludacris)Buckwild4:23
8.'Paint Still Wet'
  • Conyers
  • Epps
  • Tracey Sewell
Midnight Black4:25
9.'Outlaw'Bigg D3:29
10.'Gucci Bag' (featuring Shawnna)
  • Conyers
  • Epps
  • Jean Borges
J-Rock4:25
11.'Let Me Fly'Streetrunner3:44
Total length:43:57

Sample credits[8]

  • 'Dear Mr. L.A. Reid' contains a sample of 'A Woman Needs A Good Man', written by Mikki Farrow, Marvin Jackson, and Bunny Sigler, and performed by The Three Degrees.
  • 'U Can Believe It' contains elements of 'The Love We Share Is The Greatest of Them All', written by Tom Brock.
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Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2007)Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 20027
U.S. BillboardTop R&B/Hip-Hop Albums3
U.S. BillboardTop Rap Albums1

References[edit]

  1. ^Jeffries, David. 'Supply & Demand - Playaz Circle'. Allmusic.
  2. ^Allmusic review
  3. ^RapReviews review
  4. ^DJBooth.net review
  5. ^http://www.mtv.com/artists/tity-boi/biography/
  6. ^'Hip Hop Album Sales: Week Ending 11/4/07'. hiphopdx.com.
  7. ^'Hip Hop Album Sales: Week Ending 11/11/07'. hiphopdx.com.
  8. ^ abSupply & Demand (booklet). Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam. 2007.
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As a matter of fact its gon kill me, BITCH!
(Cuz U Aint) (Tell 'em shawty)
So Get High(Tell 'em Weezy)..Or Get Low

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im countin all day like the clock on the wall
now go and get cha money little duffle bag boy
say go and get cha money little duffle bag boy
(Get Money) I aint never ran from a nigga
and i damn sure aint bout to pick today
to start runnin look honey
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and i damn sure aint bout to pick today
to start runnin look honey(Get Money)

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the flow is so ice cold
walkin to the gucci store honey i aint home
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Chorus: If i dont do nuthin imma ball
im countin all day like the clock on the wall
now go and get cha money little duffle bag boy
say go and get cha money little duffle bag boy
(Get Money)And I aint never ran from a nigga
and i damn sure aint bout to pick today
to start runnin look honey
I say i aint never ran from a nigga
and i damn sure aint bout to pick today

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we ballin when u see us
we hear them haterz callin
they too far off to see us
unless they got they glasses on
get cha bifocal game class is now in session
now try to stay focus man
ya boy aint good enough style aint hood enough
woulda coulda shoulda wont do wit us
true enough lead a hoe break a hoe
neva nuthin new to us
turnin hoez to housewives neva been cool wit us
soon enough all these dealers is gonna catch up
till then f**k it im winnin so imma stack up
flows like the river the current is so rapid
hit wit the ratchet thats how shit happens
next time you yappin
make sure it be about big money talk
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Chorus: If i dont do nuthin imma ball
im countin all day like the clock on the wall
say go and get cha money little duffle bag boy
now go and get cha money little duffle bag boy
And baby I aint never ran from a nigga
and i damn sure aint bout to pick today
to start runnin look honey
I say i aint never ran from a nigga
and i damn sure aint bout to pick today
to start runnin (Get Money)

And.If i dont do nuthin imma ball
im countin all day like the clock on the wall
say go and get cha money little duffle bag boy
now go and get cha money little duffle bag boy
(Get Money)And I aint never ran from a nigga
and i damn sure aint bout to pick today
to start runnin (Get Money)
I say i aint never ran from a nigga
and i damn sure aint bout to pick today
to start runnin (Get Money)