|Thug Law: Thug Life Outlawz Chapter 1|
|Compilation album by|
|Released||October 23, 2001|
|Recorded||2000 - 2001|
|Label||RideOnUm Entertainment, D3 Entertainment, Rivera Records,|
|Producer||Big Syke (exec.), Nate Fox, Femi Ojetunde, Tone Capone, Vachik Aghaniantz|
|Big Syke chronology|
Thug Law: Thug Life Outlawz Chapter 1 is a compilation album by rapper Big Syke, It was released on October 23, 2001.
|1.||"What" (Big Syke, Young Noble, E.D.I., Kastro)||Big Syke||4:00|
|2.||"Shit Is Real" (Big Syke, Napoleon, Baby Bam)||Big Syke||4:14|
|3.||"Satellite Niggaz" (Big Syke, Above the Law)||Nate Fox||3:42|
|4.||"Fuck That" (Big Syke, Swerv)||Femi Ojetunde||4:51|
|5.||"Don't Make Me" (Big Bo, Dirty Harry, Big Syke, Mel, Talib, Big Blacc)||Big Syke||4:07|
|6.||"Pay Day" (Krayzie Bone, Big Syke, Mack 10, Young Noble)||Tone Capone||4:07|
|7.||"No Time" (Tyme, Big Syke, Sundae)||Big Syke||5:39|
|8.||"South Bound" (Alabama JU, Jelani)||Femi Ojetunde||4:33|
|9.||"Who You Trust" (Big Syke, Mopreme Shakur, E.D.I., Kastro)||Big Syke||4:42|
|10.||"I Am the Street" (Big Syke, Kaos, Moe, Java, Sundae, Dank)||Big Syke||5:12|
|11.||"Do That" (Big Syke, Mopreme Shakur, Swerv)||Femi Ojetunde||4:44|
|12.||"I Need A / I'm A (Interlude)" (Mac Mall, Sundae, Big Syke, Mopreme Shakur)||Floss P||4:10|
|13.||"Hood Nigga" (Swerv, Sundae, Big Syke)||Vachik Aghaniantz||5:04|
|14.||"Casualtiez of War" (E.D.I., Young Noble, Napoleon, Mel, Ed Bone, Big Syke)||Vachik Aghaniantz||4:26|
|15.||"Angelz Cried" (Swerv)||Vachik Aghaniantz||5:03|
|16.||"Thug Cycosis / Real Table (Interlude)" (Big Syke, Mopreme, Rated R, Macadoshis)||Vachik Aghaniantz||5:54|
|U.S. Billboard R&B Albums||100|
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