The Year of the Underdogz

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The Year of the Underdogz
The Year of the Underdogz by Young Noble and Gage Gully in 2013.jpg
Studio album by
Young Noble & Gage Gully
ReleasedMay 7, 2013
Genre Hip hop
Label A.G.E. Entertainment, Empire Distribution, Outlaw Recordz
Producer Cozmo
Young Noble chronology
Fast Life
The Year of the Underdogz
The Code
1."Intro: The Year of the Underdogz" 1:28
2."The Year of the Underdogz" (featuring Crooked I) 4:17
3."The Majority" 3:23
4."The Times" 3:31
5."Music Ease the Pain" 3:31
6."Northern California" 4:15
7."Hustleholic" (featuring Krayzie Bone)Lil Cancer King4:36
8."My Way" (featuring Yukmouth) 3:46
9."All Green" 4:26
10."Runnin' Outta Time" 3:59
11."Loyalty Don't Exist"Cozmo3:15
12."Topless" (featuring Shawnna) 5:20
13."From the Start" 3:25
14."Angel" (featuring Outlawz) 5:27
15."Sold They Soul" 3:28

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