|Studio album by Thug Lordz|
|Released||September 28, 2010|
|Label|| RBC Records, |
West Coast Mafia Records,
|Producer||Yukmouth & C-Bo (exec.)|
|Thug Lordz chronology|
Thug Money is the third studio album by hip hop group Thug Lordz, released September 28, 2010, on RBC / Smoke-A-Lot / West Coast Mafia Records.
Smoke-a-Lot Records, distributed by Rap-a-Lot Records, is a record label founded and owned by rapper Yukmouth and manager Kat Gaynor. The name comes from Yukmouth's Luniz nickname, "Smoke-a-Lot". The label itself is home to artists including Luniz, Dru Down, Thug Lordz, The Regime, and Yukmouth himself. It is also home to newcomers Ampichino, Nyce, Young Dru, and Marc Shyst. Attached to the label as in-house DJ is former Cali Untouchable DJ, DJ Fingaz.
|2.||"We Got This"||Nan Dogg||3:42|
|3.||"Organised Crime" (featuring Ampichino)||D Brick||4:08|
|4.||"Look So Good"||Cozmo||4:47|
|5.||"Wake Up" (featuring The Jacka & Mr. Probz)||3:43|
|6.||"Da Block Goin Ham"||X-Man||3:36|
|7.||"Sippin Syrup" (featuring Mike D)||5:06|
|8.||"My Hood" (featuring D-Golder)||D-Golder||3:52|
|9.||"Mo' Gunz" (featuring Trae Tha Truth)||Cozmo||4:54|
|10.||"That's What This Iz" (featuring Eastwood & Dyson)||Agonist Music||4:44|
|11.||"Million Dollar Spot"||Nan Dogg||3:59|
|12.||"If I Die" (featuring Bo-Roc & Tha Realest)||5:12|
|13.||"Mean Muggin" (featuring Tha Realest)||4:25|
|14.||"Thug Money" (featuring Bo-Roc)||1:58|
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