[Soundtracks] Hustle and Flow
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 "Whoop That Trick"
by Al Kapone
Performed by Terrence Howard ("Djay")
Produced by Al Kapone & Lil' Jon (as Jonathan 'Lil Jon' Smith)
Courtesy of Pike and Pine Music


 "It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp"
by Paul Beauregard (as DJ Paul), Jordan Houston (as Juicy J) and Frayser Boy
Performed by Terrence Howard ("Djay") feat. Taraji P. Henson ("Shug")
Produced by Paul Beauregard (as DJ Paul) & Jordan Houston (as Juicy J)
Courtesy of Pike and Pine Music


 "Hustle and Flow (It Ain't Over)"
by Al Kapone
Performed by Terrence Howard ("Djay")
Produced by Al Kapone & Nikos Lyras
Courtesy of Pike and Pine Music


 "Still Tippin' (It's a Man's World Remix)"
by Mike Jones, Paul Slayton, Stayve Thomas & Salih Williams
Performed by Mike Jones featuring Nicole Wray
Mike Jones performs courtesy of Warner Bros. Records
Nicole Wray performs courtesy of Damon Dash Music Group
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing


 "I'm a King (Remix)"
by Clifford Harris, Nathaniel Joncy, Sean Merrett, Akeem Lawal, Cortez Thomas, Lil' Jon (as Jonathan Smith),
Craig Love, Darryl Richardson II & James Phillips
Performed by P$C feat. T.I. & Lil Scrappy
P$C and T.I. perform courtesy of Grand Hustle/Atlantic Recording Corporation
Lil Scrappy performs courtesy of BME Recordings/Reprise Records
Courtesy of Grand Hustle/Atlantic Recording Corporation


 "I Choose You"
Written & Performed by Willie Hutch
Courtesy of Motown Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises


 "Jesus is Waiting"
Written & Performed by Al Green
Courtesy of Hi Records
Under license from EMI Film & Television Music


 "Baby Please Don't Leave Me"
by Junior Kimbrough
Performed by Buddy Guy
Courtesy of Silvertone Records Limited UK/SONY BMG UK & Ireland Ltd.
By Arrangement with SONY BMG Music Entertainment


 "Way I'm Sleeping"
Written & Performed by Jason Freeman


 "Swerve"
by Terrance Hatch & Webster Gradney
Performed by Lil' Boozie & Webbie
Courtesy of Trill Entertainment/Asylum Records
By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing


 "After Hours Blues"
Written & Performed by Calvin Newborn
Courtesy of Yellow Dog Records


 "Let's Get a Room"
by William Ivery & Jonathan Powell
Performed by Nasty Nardo
Produced by Jay-Pee
Courtesy of Ghetto Star Entertainment/LongBoy Entertainment


 "Get Crunk, Get Buck"
Written, Performed and Produced by Al Kapone
Al Kapone performs courtesy of Family Biz Entertainment
Courtesy of Pike and Pine Music


 "Kill or Be Killed"
Written & Performed by Al Kapone
Al Kapone performs courtesy of Family Biz Entertainment
Courtesy of Pike and Pine Music


 "Under the Mountain"
Written & Performed by Jason Freeman


 "Changed Muh Name"
Traditional
Arranged & Performed by Jennifer Bynum Green


 "Pop It for Some Paper"
by Paul Beauregard (as DJ Paul), Jordan Houston (as Juicy J) and Frayser Boy
Produced by Paul Beauregard (as DJ Paul) and Jordan Houston (as Juicy J)
Performed by Terrence Howard ("Djay")
Courtesy of Pike and Pine Music


 "If Loving You is Wrong (I Don't Want to Be Right)"
by Homer Banks, Carl Hampton & Raymond Jackson
Performed by Luther Ingram
Courtesy of Klondike Entertainment, Ltd.


 "Tell Me Why"
by Anthony Dent, Jayson Boyd, Premro Smith & Marlon Goodwin
Performed by 8Ball & MJG
Courtesy of Bad Boy Records
By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing


 "Edwin's Lament"
Written & Performed by Mark Lemhouse
Courtesy of Yellow Dog Records/Mark Lemhouse


 "Full Time"
by Randy Earl Banks & Mario Mims
Performed by Yo Gotti
Courtesy of TVT Records


 "Bad Bitch Remix"
by Webster Gradney & Richard Jones
Performed by Webbie featuring Trina
Trina performs courtesy of Slin N Slide/Atlantic Recording Corporation
Courtesy of Trill Entertainment/Asylum Records
By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing


 "Lil' Daddy"
by Kevin Barnes, Corey Williams, Ryan Leslie, Gary Spriggs & Sean Marshall
Performed by Young City a.k.a. Chopper
Courtesy of Bad Boy Recods
By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing


 "Always a Song"
by Planet Swan & Gregory Allain
Performed by Planet Swan
Courtesy of Swanchild Music


 "Morning Light"
by Adriana Evans & Jonathan Scott
Performed by Adriana Evans
Courtesy of Next Thing Records


 "Weatherman"
by Adriana Evans & Jonathan Scott
Performed by Adriana Evans
Courtesy of Next Thing Records

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