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One for the Road is the eighth studio album by American rapper Devin the Dude, released on October 15, 2013 by Coughee Brothaz Music and eOne Music. The album was supported by the single "Probably Should Have" released on September 12, 2013.
Waitin' to Inhale (Devin the Dude album). Waitin' to Inhale is the fourth solo album by Rap-A-Lot Records artist, Devin the Dude. The album peaked at on the Billboard 200, making this his highest charting album to date. It features high-profile guest appearances from André 3000, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, and Bun B. As of December 2007, the album has sold 165,000 copies. Not to be confused with the Afroman album Waiting to Inhale. Broccoli & Cheese".
Songs in album Devin The Dude - The Dude (1998).
Devin Copeland (born June 4, 1970), better known by his stage name Devin the Dude, is an American hip hop recording artist from Houston, Texas. He is known for his unique rapping style and his 2002 songs "Lacville '79" and "Doobie Ashtray". Devin Copeland was born in Pontiac, Michigan on June 4, 1970. He spent most of his childhood growing up in St. Petersburg, Florida and moved to Texas while in the fourth grade.
The Dude is the solo debut album from Houston rapper/singer Devin the Dude, who was then known as Devin. He had previously only released music as a member of the Odd Squad and Facemob. The album features production from Houston legend Brad Jordan aka Scarface but the majority is done by Smoke House Productions mixer Domo.
Listen to music from Devin the Dude like What A Job, Doobie Ashtray & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Devin the Dude. Though relatively well-known among the underground hip-hop community during the mid-to-late 90's, Devin did not achieve mainstream success until his appearance on Dr. Dre's 2001 album. Besides sex, relationships, ridin' trucks, smokin' reefer, drinkin' beer, partying, and conscious or proverbial themes, much of Devin's work is also light-hearted and comically self-deprecating.
But in a more fundamental way, the Houston rapper is more like an updated and melodious hip-hop Dolemite, because the whole tone of The Dude is waka-waka blaxploitation smutty and smoove. The album title, in fact, is a reference and tribute to the 1974 Quincy Jones album of the same name, and as the rapper himself once pointed out, the main themes of his music are "weed, wine, and women," with little deviation. The music compliments the mood in every regard
This album has an average beat per minute of 94 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 63/176 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Devin the Dude. BPM Profile Devin the Dude. Album starts at 99BPM, ends at 97BPM (-2), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Devin the Dude.