Thug Luv (album)

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Thug Luv
Mixtape by Layzie Bone
Released January 25, 2011 [1] (U.S.)
Recorded 2010-2011
Genre Hip hop
Midwest Rap
Length35:07 [1]
Label Siccness.Net
Producer Siccness.Net
Layzie Bone chronology
We Workin
(2009)
Thug Luv
(2011)
The Definition/The Meaning
(2011)

Thug Luv is a retail mixtape by the American recording artist and Bone Thugs-n-Harmony member Layzie Bone, released on January 25, 2011, on Siccness.net Entertainment. Layzie has stated that he did not know that this project would be released. He also stated that the tracks were recorded years ago, and that these songs are remixes.

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Track list

Confirmed by iTunes, [2] Amazon.com, [3] Allmusic [1] and Best Buy.

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No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Them Bone Thugs Niggas" Steven Howse 2:51
2."Bang (featuring Bizzy Bone)"S. Howse, B. McCane3:10
3."Ruthless"S. Howse2:45
4."Bone"S. Howse2:49
5."Your My Lady"S. Howse2:48
6."Doin' Life"S. Howse2:45
7."Suicide"S. Howse3:05
8."To Letchu' Know"S. Howse2:54
9."I'm L-Burna"S. Howse3:13
10."Wake Up"S. Howse8:46

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