Undiscovered (Brooke Hogan Album) - Track Listing

Track Listing

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "About Us" (featuring Paul Wall) Jason Boyd, Paul Slayton, Scott Storch Scott Storch 3:23
2. "Heaven Baby" (featuring Beenie Man) Nelly Furtado, Moses Davis, Storch Scott Storch 4:15
3. "Next Time" Makeba, Robert Waller, Kam Houff, Storch Scott Storch 3:19
4. "For a Moment" Anthony Asher, Storch Scott Storch 3:48
5. "My Space" Jason Boyd, Storch Scott Storch 3:24
6. "All About Me" Boyd, Storch Scott Storch 3:51
7. "My Number" (featuring Stack$) Boyd, Yannique Barker, Storch Scott Storch 3:40
8. "Beautiful Transformation" Brooke Bollea, Steve Morales, Balewa Muhammed Steve Morales 4:12
9. "One Sided" Boyd, Storch Scott Storch 3:34
10. "Letting Go" Houff, Storch Scott Storch 4:21
11. "Dance Alone" (featuring Nox) Boyd, Rene Pichardo, Storch Scott Storch 3:24
12. "Love You, Hate You" Tawanna Dobney, Joel Kipnis, Dan Wilenski, Bert Keyes, Sylvia Robinson Kaygee, JK & Dan Strong 3:39
13. "Incognito" Keir Gist, Joel Kipnis, Dan Wilenski, Terence Abney, Addaryll Wilson, Brian Coleman, Tawanna Dobney, Claude Kelly Kaygee, JK, Dan Strong, Terence "Tramp" Abney & BK 3:04
14. "Low Rider Jeans" Bollea, Damon Elliott Damon Elliott 3:23
Bonus tracks
  • "Certified" – 2:36
  • "Crazy Love" by Kristin Hogan – 3:06
  • "Love You, Hate You" Samples the 1970s The Moments song Love on a Two-Way Street

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