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Skit by Mike Shinoda from the album Cheapshot's Poo Poo Platter
Released February 21, 2012
Format Digital, CD
Length 0:24
Producer Colton Fisher
Label S.K.A.M. Artist, Lucky Strike

Cheapshot's Poo Poo Platter track listing
  1. Ryu - Voicemail
  2. Lil' Wayne - A Milli
  3. Wu Tang Clan - Cream
  4. DJ Vice - Voicemail
  5. GBC - Say What
  6. Das EFX - Real Hip Hop
  7. Terror Squad Feat. Fat Joe, Remy - Lean Back
  8. Gang Starr - DWYCK
  9. Nas - It Ain't Hard To Tell
  10. Mike Shinoda - Voicemail
  11. Fort Minor - Remember The Name
  12. DMX - X Gon' Give It To Ya
  13. Tha Alkaholiks - DAAAM!
  14. Busta Rhymes - Woo Hah!
  15. Mobb Deep - Survival Of The Fittest
  16. Skee-Lo - I Wish
  17. MOP - Ante Up
  18. Lil' Wayne - I'm A Dboy
  19. Missy Elliott - Work It
  20. Come on everybody ...
  21. Wu-Tang Clan - Da Mystery Of Chessboxin'
  22. Mighty Mi - Voicemail
  23. Gorrilla Zoe - Hood Nigga
  24. Slim Thug - Like A Boss
  25. Jay-Z - Dirt Off Your Shoulder
  26. Blahzay Blahzay - Danger
  27. Bubba Sparxxx - Ugly
  28. Beastie Boys - So What'cha Want


DJ Cheapshot first started to work on the mixtape Cheapshot's Poo Poo Platter in 2002 as revealed in a interview with Urban Smarts: "The Poo Poo Platter will be my production album...me doing beats for multiple artists. As of now, I have songs with Lexicon, Styles of Beyond, Divine Styler, 13 (ABB Records), Ugly Duckling, Celph Titled, Apathy, Louis Logic and am in negotiations with Masta Ace, Big Daddy Kane, J-Zone, Mr. Complex, People Under the Stairs, and Breeze Evahflowin."[1] The title of the mixtape is a play with the term "pu pu platter", which is a tray of American Chinese food consisting of an assortment of small meat and seafood appetizers.

The mixtape finally came out in 2012, being promoted by Lucky Strike Bellevue,[2] a bowling alley/nightclub located in Bellevue, Washington. However, instead of original songs, the mixtape contains remixes of hip hop classics, none of which features the artists Cheapshot mentioned in 2002. Just like Linkin Park's Reanimation, it also contains a few voicemails from other artists, one of them being Mike Shinoda.

Mike's voicemail works as an introduction for Cheapshot's remix of "Remember The Name".


Note: Only the date of the very first release of each version is listed.

Title Album Length Recorded Released Notes
Voicemail Cheapshot's Poo Poo Platter 0:24 February 21, 2012



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