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Undeniable (AZ album)

For other uses, see Undeniable (disambiguation).
Released April 1, 2008
Recorded 2006-2007
Genre Hip hop
Label Koch Records
Producer Fizzy Womack, Mr. Lee, Street Radio, Nottz, Emile, The Bad Parts, Large Professor
AZ chronology

The Format
Final Call (The Lost Tapes)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating 3.5/5 stars 2008
HipHopDX 3/5 stars 2008
Okayplayer 80/100 2008
PopMatters 7/10 2008
RapReviews 7.5/10 2008
Slant 3/5 stars 2008

Undeniable is the seventh studio album by rapper AZ, released on April 1, 2008[1][2] through Fast Life Music and Koch Records.

The album debuted at number 141 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart, selling over 5,000 copies in its first week.[3]

Track listing

No. TitleProducer Length
1. "The Game Don't Stop"  Fizzy Womack 4:06
2. "Superstar"  Mr. Lee 4:21
3. "Life on the Line"  Street Radio 4:32
4. "Fire"  Nottz 3:13
5. "What Would You Do" (featuring Jay Rush)Emile 4:18
6. "Dead End"  Street Radio 3:24
7. "Parking Lot Pimpin'"  Street Radio 4:22
8. "Undeniable"  The Bad Parts 3:23
9. "Go Getta" (featuring Ray J)Jay "Waxx" Garfield 4:03
10. "Now I Know"  Nottz 3:14
11. "A Game" (featuring Amil)Fizzy Womack 3:24
12. "The Hardest" (featuring Styles P)Large Professor 3:30


Life on the Line


What Would You Do

  • "The Magic of Your Love" by The Majestic Arrows

Parking Lot Pimpin'

Go Getta

Now I Know

Chart positions

Billboard 200 Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Hot Rap Albums Top Independent Albums
#141[4] #24[4] #9[4] #18[4]


External links

  • “The Hardest” - Review Of AZ’s Undeniable
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