Poison Pen is the third studio album by Chino XL, an American hip hop musician. It was released on March 17, 2006. Fans anticipated this release ever since Chino XL's Poison Pen: The Lost Tapes, which featured the tracks "Beastin'", "Our Time", and "Wordsmith". Poison Pen was released as a 2-disc special collector's edition. Every copy was autographed by Chino XL with a silver "poison pen". The album was executive produced by Chino's then manager Stacey Castro, who orchestrated guest appearances by Proof of D-12, Wu-Tang Clan affiliate Killah Priest, and the Beatnuts.
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