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Paul Wall is currently affiliated with Swishahouse Records, having released several albums under the label. Formerly musical partner of rapper Chamillionaire, Wall released several collaborative albums including the independently released Get Ya Mind Correct.
Paul Wall's first music exposure came as a street team member on the Northwest side of Houston. He promoted southern labels like Def Jam Records, Cash Money and No Limit Records.
Paul Wall is also an accomplished and proficient mixtape and party DJ, known for producing mixtapes in the now well-known screwed & chopped style. He was signed to Atlantic Records in 2005 and became successful with his major-label debut The People's Champ.
The Peoples Champ is Paul Wall's international debut album, selling over one million copies in the United States. To-date, it is Pauls only album to reach number 1 on the Billboard 200. The Peoples Champ is also available in a Chopped and Screwed version by DJ Michael 5000 Watts. Singles from the album include Sittin' Sidewayz, They Don't Know, Girl and Kanye West's Drive Slow, featuring Paul Wall.
There was also a special 2-disc edition available with an alternative album cover and bonus disc. Paul Walls following albums included Get Money, Stay True released in 2007. Born on March 11, 1981, he graduated from Jersey Village High School. Wall later graduated with a degree in mass communications from the University of Houston.
After proposing to do promotions for Watt's company, Paul Wall came to Watt's studio. Watts, who was convinced to rap on the record, enjoyed Walls freestyle so much that he put the verses on one of his mixtapes. The single received favorable reviews from listeners, becoming Chamillionaire and Paul Wall regular staples on Houston's mixtape circuit.
Both appeared on several of Watts' mixtapes, and were later became permanent members of Swishahouse. Fellow member Slim Thug left Watts Company which led Chamillionaire and Paul Wall to start their own group, The Color Changin' Click. The group released several mixtapes, leading to more business opportunities. They got a chance to sign a contract to do a full album for Paid in Full Records.
Paul Wall and Chamillionaire were originally signed to Swishahouse Records, but left for Paid in Full Records. The two together released several mixtapes and independent releases including Get Ya Mind Correct. Later, both parted their ways, citing creative differences.
Paul Wall returned to the Swishahouse fold, while Chamillionaire continued to release independent records. Paul Wall appeared with Chick Magnet. The album was his first solo album and was released on February 24, 2004, on the Paid in Full Records label. Chick Magnet was later Chopped & Screwed by Michael 5000 Watts of the Swishahouse.
Paul Wall came up with his debut release, The People's Champ, in 2005. The album debuted at number 1 on Billboard 200 and spawned the first single Sittin' Sidewayz featuring Big Pokey. The albums second single, They Don't Know, featured Bun B of UGK, and the video version also featured Mike Jones.
Its Girl received radio airplay and peaking at number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100. That same year, Wall married his wife Crystal, who gave birth to their first child together, William Patrick Slayton. Paul appeared with his second album called Get Money, Stay True in 2007.
During an interview on MTV News, rapper and DJ Paul Wall said, I've been getting into the studio every chance I get, working with Swishahouse head honcho T. Farris and Houston producer Mr. Lee. I got a real hot track Bangin Screw from up and coming producers Bizness and Aaddict when I was in L.A. And like the title says, the album is all about getting money and fame, but also about staying true to where I came up, Wall said.
I've dealt with so many things I never had to deal with before: the success I've attained in the past year has been phenomenal, but I still want to remain Paul Wall. So we're not changing the script too much. The focus is still the same: the cars, the clothes, the ho's, the screw music.
Walls second full-length album Get Money, Stay True peaked at number 1 spot on the Billboard Chart Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. His singles Break 'Em Off featured Lil Keke and I'm Throwed featured and produced by Jermaine Dupri. The album mainly reflected on the materialistic side of Paul Wall, in contrast to The People's Champ which reflected mainly on Paul Wall's personal life.
Paul appeared on Bermuda based reggae artist Collie Budz' self-titled debut album. In 2007, he also appeared alongside other celebrities and regular people in the music video for Rockstar by Nickelback. Paul is currently a member of the rap group Expensive Taste with his good friends Travis Barker and Skinhead Rob.
In the spring of 2008, Paul Wall joined Strange Music recording artist Tech N9ne on a nationwide tour. The tour also featured Brooklyn rapper ILL BiLL. In addition to producing music, Paul Wall is the part owner and proprietor of TV Jewelry with Johnny Dang in Houston.
Wall was also featured in the VH1 documentary Bling'd: Blood, Diamonds, and Hip-Hop, while visiting Sierra Leone, cautioning jewelers to check their source for diamonds. TV Jewelry specializes in the production of grills, silver, gold, or platinum caps and diamond inlays.
In the mid 2000's rap culture, Grills were a trend and have even influenced its own song. Paul is also writing an autobiography with Tucker Max.
Paul Wall has appeared on one episode of the podcast TAI...TV by the rock band The Academy Is. Paul, Travis Barker and Skinhead Rob also collectively own a clothing line.