|Thug Lordz Trilogy|
| Studio album by |
|Released||January 1, 2006|
|Label||High Powered Entertainment/Urbanlife|
|Producer||J Silva, Cell Block, Cozmo|
|Spice 1 chronology|
Thug Lordz Trilogy is the second collaboration album by American rappers C-Bo, Yukmouth and Spice 1 (together known as the supergroup Thug Lordz). It was released January 1, 2006, on Urbanlife and High Powered Entertainment.
Shawn Thomas, also known by his stage name C-Bo, is an American rapper.
Jerold Dwight Ellis III, better known by his stage name Yukmouth, is an American rapper from East Oakland, Oakland, California. He is the founder of The Regime, Smoke-A-Lot Records and Godzilla Entertainment. He is a member of Thug Lordz with C-Bo.
Robert Lee Green, Jr., better known by his stage name Spice 1, is an American rapper from Hayward, California. He began releasing albums in 1992 and was ranked number 56 in The Source magazine's Top 115 Hip-Hop Artists from 1988 to 2003.
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