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Hustlenomics (2007)

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Hustlenomics is the second studio album by rapper Yung Joc. It was released by Bad Boy Records on August 28, 2007.


The first single from the album is "Coffee Shop" which features Gorilla Zoe.

The second single off the album, "Bottle Poppin", was leaked to the internet in May. Like the first single, the track featured Gorilla Zoe. It was produced by Don P of Trillville. It also featured the song "Chevy Smile", which Yung Joc said would be the number one song of the year. The song samples Gorilla Zoe's "Hood Figga". The single reached number three on the U.S. Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, and number 59 and 25 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Tracks charts, respectively. The music video for "Bottle Poppin'" has been released and Gettin' To Da Money also has a music video.

The third single "I'm a G" features Young Dro & Bun B, there was also a video made for the single.

The album features production from Diddy, who executive produced the album, Cool and Dre, Don Vito, Drumma Boy, Jazze Pha, The Fixxers, The Neptunes, among others.

Guests include Bun B, Diddy, Gorilla Zoe, Jim Jones, Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg, The Game, Trick Daddy, Young Dro and more.

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