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5000 Ones

"5000 Ones"
Gangsta Grillz: The Album
Released October 20, 2007 (U.S.)
Format Digital download
Recorded 2007
Genre Hip hop, southern hip hop
Length 5:03 (Album Version)
4:47 (Radio Edit)
Label Grand Hustle/Atlantic
Writer(s) Cornell Haynes Jr., Clifford Harris, Jasiel Robinson, Willie the Kid, Jay Jenkins, Carl Mitchell, Phalon Alexander, David Oddsson
Producer Jazze Pha
Certification Silver (RIAA)
DJ Drama singles chronology

"Affair"
(2004)
"5000 Ones"
(2007)
"Day Dreaming"
(2009)

Nelly singles chronology
"Call on Me"
(2007)
"5000 Ones"
(2007)
"Party People"
(2008)
T.I. singles chronology
"Hurt"
(2007)
"5000 Ones"
(2007)
"For a Minute"
(2008)
Yung Joc singles chronology
"Bottle Poppin'"
(2007)
"5000 Ones"
(2007)
"Portrait of Love"
(2007)
Willie the Kid singles chronology
"Takin' Pictures"
(2007)
"5000 Ones"
(2007)
"Love for Money"
(2008)
Young Jeezy singles chronology
"Diamonds"
(2007)
"5000 Ones"
(2007)
"100 Million"
(2007)
Twista singles chronology
"Spit Your Game"
(2006)
"5000 Ones"
(2007)
"Give It Up"
(2007)

"5000 Ones" is a song by American hip hop artist DJ Drama. The song serves as his debut single and the lead single from his debut studio album Gangsta Grillz: The Album. The song, produced by Jazze Pha, features Nelly, T.I., Yung Joc, Willie the Kid, Young Jeezy, Twista and Diddy on background vocals and ad-libs. The single peaked at #52 on the U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and peaked at #9 on the Hot Rap Tracks.

Music video

The music video for "5000 Ones" premiered on Rap City on October 20, 2007. The video features cameo appearances from Jazze Pha, Swizz Beatz, Mr. Collipark, Gorilla Zoe, Jim Jones, Webbie, DJ Khaled, Project Pat, Fabolous, Raekwon, Young Dro, Freeway, Diamond, Princess, Rasheeda, Jermaine Dupri, E-40, Project Pat, The-Dream, Rick Ross, Juelz Santana, David Banner and Lil Duval among others.

Charts

Chart (2007) Peak
Position
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 69

References

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