His debut finally dropped last summer, but fans are still after the album that was supposed to come out in 2007
There are a lot of great Hip Hop albums that never saw the light of days until years after their intended release. Large Professor's The LP, Freddie Foxxx's Crazy Like A Foxxx and I.n.I.'s Center of Attention to name a few.
Former Shady/Aftermath artist Stat Quo was nearly added to that list until his long delayed debut Statlanta hit shelves last summer. However, the Dream Big Ventures release was much different than the version that was supposed to come out on Shady/Aftermath years earlier. Most notably, it was stripped of all of Dr. Dre and Eminem's contributions.
Fans are now petitioning to have the original version released. Below is a partial tracklisting for the lost album.
1) “Statlanta” Produced by Fire Dept
2) “Testify/The Next One” featuring Eminem Produced by Eminem
3) “Fire” featuring Bilal Produced by Dr. Dre
4) “The Way It Is” featuring Scarface and Dr. Dre Produced by Dr. Dre
5) “G.R.I.T.S.” Produced by Mark Batson and Che Vicious
6) “They Call Me” Produced by Dr. Dre and Nottz
7) “Pussy” featuring Devin The Dude Produced by L.T. Moe for Global Music Movement
8) “Finger to the Sky” Produced by Scott Storch
9) “30 Minutes” Produced by Eminem
10) “All Hood” Produced by Dr. Dre
11) “Goin’ Somewhere” Produced by K. Kane