Thug Holiday

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Thug Holiday
Trick Daddy - Thug Holiday.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 6, 2002
Recorded2001-2002
Genre Gangsta rap, Southern hip hop
Label Slip-N-Slide, Atlantic
Producer Red Spyda, Signature, Gorilla Tek, Cool & Dre, Minnesota, Jazze Pha, Deep Fried Camp, David Banner, Lil Jon
Trick Daddy chronology
Thugs Are Us
(2001)
Thug Holiday
(2002)
Thug Matrimony: Married to the Streets
(2004)
Singles from Thug Holiday
  1. "In da Wind"
    Released: June 18, 2002
  2. "Thug Holiday"
    Released: 2002
Professional ratings
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RapReviews(7.5/10) [4]
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Thug Holiday is the fifth studio album by rapper Trick Daddy, [6] released on August 6, 2002, on Slip-N-Slide Records. The album debuted at number 6 on the Billboard 200 with 129,500 copies sold in the first week released. [7] A month later the album was certified gold by the RIAA for an excess of 500,000 copies. By January 14, 2003 the album had sold 1,180,000 copies in the U.S.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Who's Selling (skit)" (featuring Big Lexx, Denny & Milk)
  2. "All I Need" (featuring Infa Red)
  3. "In da Wind" (featuring Cee-Lo & Big Boi)
  4. "Gangsta" (featuring Birdman & Scarface)
  5. "Thug Holiday" (featuring LaTocha Scott)
  6. "She's Fiendin' (skit)"
  7. "Play No Games"
  8. "Let Me Ride" (featuring Rick Ross)
  9. "Rock & Roll Nigga" (featuring Money Mark Diggla)
  10. "Rags to Riches" (featuring Tre+6)
  11. "Bout Mine" (featuring Money Mark Diggla, Rick Ross, Deuce Poppi & Mystic)
  12. "Ain't No Santa"
  13. "SNS / Roland (skit)" (featuring Deuce Poppi & Tre+6)
  14. "Get That Feeling" (featuring Rick Ross)
  15. "God's Been Good" (featuring Betty Wright's Children's Choir)
  16. "Rain It Pours"
  17. "Money & Drugs" (featuring Infa Red)
  18. "In da Wind (Ride Out Mix)" (featuring Cee-Lo & Big Boi)
  19. "Ain't No Santa (Bonus Mix)"

Singles

  1. "In da Wind" (featuring Cee-Lo & Big Boi)
  2. "Thug Holiday" (featuring LaTocha Scott)

Charts

Certifications

RegionCertification Certified units/sales
United States (RIAA) [12] Gold500,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

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