World Party is the third studio album by the Atlanta-based, hip hop quartet Goodie Mob. It follows their previous Dirty South classics "Soul Food" and "Still Standing". This is the last Goodie Mob album with the original four members before their breakup (though all four members have recently joined back together in 2010 to record a new album). Goodie Mob made two other albums after this one with a shortened roster, "One Monkey Don't Stop No Show" without Cee Lo Green and "Livin' Life As Lumberjacks without Cee Lo or Big Gipp. "World Party" was released in 1999 under LaFace Records as a more commercial alternative to their usual socially conscious lyricism. What was maybe as attempt to appeal more to the masses was met with mixed reviews from their old fans and made little impact on the ones they were trying to reach. Goodie Mob was dropped from their label as a result of this album's lackluster sales. The song "Rebuilding" is one of Kanye West's first produced tracks to be released on a nationwide album.
Philadelphia Eagles comerback Asante Samuel has a tattoo on his left arm that says "Get Rich To This," because he liked that song in college.
|1||Invitation to the World Party|
|4||Get Rich to This/ Parking Lot (Break)- (ft. Big Boi and Backbone)|
|6||All A's- (ft. Backbone)|
|7||What It Ain't (Ghetto Enuff)- (ft. TLC)|
|8||I.C.U- (ft. Sleepy Brown)|
|10||Just Do It/ Poochie (Break)|
|11||Street Corner- (ft. Backbone)|
|12||Cutty Buddy- (ft. Sleepy Brown)|
|13||Fie Fie Delish|
|14||Go Back (Break)|