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Fast Life
Studio album by Paul Wall
Released May 12, 2009
Recorded 2008-2009
Genre Hip hop
Length 54:31
Label Swishahouse, Asylum
Producer Beanz N Kornbread, Mouse, Travis Barker, I.N.F.O. & NOVA
Professional reviews
Paul Wall chronology
Get Money, Stay True
Fast Life
Heart of a Champion
Singles from Fast Life
  1. "Bizzy Body"
    Released: December 2, 2008
  2. "Lemon Drop"
    Released: July 13, 2009
  3. "Got to Get It"
    Released: July 23, 2009
  4. "I Need Mo"
    Released: September 24, 2009

Fast Life is the fourth studio album by Paul Wall. It was released on May 12, 2009 via Asylum Records, unlike Paul's two prior albums which were released via Atlantic. The album has sold over 60,000 to date.



Paul Wall stated that Fast Life would be stronger than his previous albums in both lyrics and production, as well as cover several more topics:

I really stepped it up a lot lyrically, also on the production side we really stepped it up a lot. We worked with a lot of new producers, a lot of new artists that I didn’t work with in the past, so they’ll get to see a lot of different vibes that they might have not seen with me with past albums. Subject matter we went a little more in-depth, talked about a lot of different things that I never really spoke on—I might have mentioned it here and there but never really made whole songs about. I had a lot of fun working on the album.[1]

“I’ve grown and matured a lot. I became a man and an adult.” That said, expect him to touch on a number of subjects this go-round, topics that steer away from cars, jewelry and life on the block. Not that his sound has ever been restricted to that anyway. On songs like “Girl” the People’s Champ showed his dexterity behind the mic early on. This project is no different. “You’re going to hear in-depth topics,” he says, adding that he’s been recording nonstop for the album for the last two years, a feat that has given him more than 50 songs to choose from. “You’ll hear some stuff that you might not be used to hearing.”[1]


The lead single was "Bizzy Body"; featuring Trill Entertainment's Webbie and Mouse (and produced by Mouse), it is now available on iTunes. The official music video premiered March 27 on MySpace.[2] The second single was "Lemon Drop"; featuring Baby Bash, a video was released on July 13. The third single was "Got to Get It"; it premiered everywhere on July 23, Paul Wall said that he shot this video with his iPhone.[3] The fourth single was "I Need Mo"; featuring Kobe, a video was released on September 24.


Track Title Producer(s) Length
1. "I Need Mo" (feat. Kobe) Travis Barker 3:58
2. "Got to Get It"   Beanz & Kornbread 4:36
3. "Bizzy Body" (feat. Webbie & Mouse) Mouse 4:17
4. "Lemon Drop" (feat. Baby Bash) Gennessee 2:53
5. "Fly" (feat. Yung Joc & Gorilla Zoe) Amadeus 3:55
6. "I Grind" (feat. Marty James of One Block Radius) Happy Perez 4:10
7. "Daddy Wasn't Home (Mama Raised Me)"   Beanz & Kornbread 4:54
8. "Pop One of These" (feat. Too Short, Skinhead Rob & The Federation) Travis Barker 3:32
9. "One Hundred" (feat. Z-Ro & Yung Redd) Howard M. "X-Fyle" 3:17
10. "Pressin' Them Buttons" (feat. Lil Keke & Trae) I.N.F.O. & NOVA 3:48
11. "I'm Clean" (feat. Z-Ro) Beanz & Kornbread 4:59
12. "Sumn' Like a Pimp" (feat. Tech N9ne & Krizz Kaliko) Howard M. "X-Fyle" 5:28
13. "Look at Me Now" (feat. Yung Chill) Yung Chill 4:48




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