Tha Hoodz in Us

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Tha Hoodz in Us
Studio album by
South Central Cartel featuring Tha Floc Gang
ReleasedFebruary 17, 2006
Label South Central Cartel
Producer Prodeje
South Central Cartel featuring Tha Floc Gang chronology
Tha Hoodz in Us
Chucc N It Up

Tha Hoodz in Us is a studio album by American rap group South Central Cartel featuring the Floc Gang.

Track listing

  1. Betta Bring a Gun
  2. Cartel 4 L.
  3. Fuc Em Fuc Em
  4. Calidays
  5. I'm on My Way
  6. Pussy Ain't Free
  7. Hooka Hoe
  8. That's Me
  9. Westcoast Riders
  10. What I Cherish
  11. It's Alright
  12. P-U-SS-Y
  13. Fucc Yall
  14. Ghetto Star
  15. Real Gangsta Shit
  16. Hangin on da Blocc

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