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Venom

Promotional artwork from the official website
Studio album by Chamillionaire
Released June 22 2010 [1]
Recorded 2008-2010
Genre Hip-Hop/Rap
Label Chamillitary, Universal
Producer Chamillionaire (exec.)
BeeWirks, DJ Frank E, DJ Montay, Oddz N Endz, Mouse, Bink!
Chamillionaire chronology
Ultimate Victory
(2007)
Venom
(2010)
Singles from Venom
  1. "Good Morning"
    Released: October 13, 2009 [2]
  2. "Main Event"
    Released: February 10, 2010 [3]

Venom is southern rapper Chamillionaire's third studio album. It is scheduled to be released on June 22nd 2010, having been delayed several times.[4] On September 3, 2009, Chamillionaire leaked the first single for the then-untitled album titled "Good Morning". The song debuted at number forty on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. A video for the single was released on November 10, 2009.[5] The second single released was "Main Event", featuring Paul Wall, Slim Thug, and Dorrough, a Texas collaboration that was leaked to the internet February 11, for the NBA All-Star Weekend in Dallas, Texas. [6] There will be a special edition with a DVD of the album in the US according to amazon.com.

Album history

Previously, Chamillionaire had stated that his third studio album would be titled 'Venom', and was scheduled for release in early 2009 with various delays. In Summer 2009, he announced that the tile and the content for that album had been scrapped and a new project was under way.[7] To decide the title for his newest album, a competition was run on the rapper's website asking fans for their suggestions for album names.[8] As a result of the competition, several names were short-listed and finally they were voted on and Venom was chosen by fans as the title for his third album. Chamillionaire spoke on the reversal of mind stating:

...not wanting to use it anymore was for creative reasons but others seemed to disagree because of marketing reasons. So I figured that I would put it up there so you all could decide and help me prove I'm not crazy. Looks like I am crazy. Venom it is.[9]

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