Random Violence

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Random Violence
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Label Gangsta Made Records
Producer Prodeje (also exec.)
South Central Cartel chronology
South Central Hella
Random Violence

Random Violence is the ninth album by American rap group South Central Cartel.

Track listing

  1. Intro
  2. Wild Wild West (featuring Micc Multiee)
  3. Khaki's, T-Shirts, Chuccz
  4. Neva Got Caught
  5. Like a Gangsta
  6. Face and Blast (featuring CPO and Sandman)
  7. Like It Slow (featuring Micc Multiee)
  8. I'll Take (featuring Bokie Loc and Black Poverty)
  9. The Drama (featuring Gangsta Wayne and YMS)
  10. Do the Lo-Low (featuring Gangsta Wayne)
  11. What ! (featuring Micc Multiee)
  12. Paints and Shells
  13. Da Blocc (featuring Dina Rae)
  14. Tried and True (featuring Bokie Loc)
  15. C.O.D. (Cartel or Die) (featuring Leah)
  16. Can U Make Me Get Live (featuring Tha Floc Gang)
  17. Do Low (featuring Tha Floc Gang)
  18. Keep It Gee (featuring Detrimental)
  19. Fully Loaded Strap (featuring NME and Tha Floc Gang)
  20. Ain't Real (featuring Daddy Dee)

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