|Thugged Out: The Albulation|
|Studio album by|
|Released||November 3, 1998|
|Genre||West Coast hip hop, Gangsta rap|
|Producer||88 Keys, Don Juan, J. Prince (exec.), Mike Dean, Mr Lee (producer), Tone Capone|
|Singles from Thugged Out: The Albulation|
Thugged Out: The Albulation is the debut album by rapper Yukmouth, released November 3, 1998 on Rap-A-Lot Records. The album was produced by 88 Keys, Don Juan, Mike Dean, Mr. Lee and Tone Capone. It peaked at number 8 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at number 40 on the Billboard 200.The album features guest performances by Tha Dogg Pound, Phats Bossi, MC Ren, Numskull, as well as labelmates: Outlawz, Scarface, Tela, Do or Die and 5th Ward Boyz.
Along with a single, a music video was produced by Fifth Gear Ent., Directed By "Eeinna" (Brighton-Akers,the 1st female director out of Hype William's Big Dog Films),for the song, "Still Ballin'"featuring cameo appearances by Outlawz, Tech N9ne and Shock G. The song is dedicated to Tupac Shakur.
Part I of the song, "It's In My Blood", appeared on the Scarface album, My Homies .
Allmusic – "...Thugged Out: The Albulation...delivered straight-on, in-your-face rap narratives...Yukmouth's rap lyrics range from the sentimental "Falling" and the expletive-laden "Stallion," to the comical..."
CMJ – "...Yukmouth delivers intelligent, rugged verses over Mike Dean's piano loops and throbbing bass kicks..."
RapReviews – "...Dub the tracks with fat beats like "Ice Cream Man" and "Sad Millionaire"and sell it back..."
The Source – "...Yuk continues the saga at 3/4 the pace, chopping it up with various artists over the Luniz's signature sound of break beats and violins..."
|2||"Do Yo Thug Thang"||Outlawz||Mr Lee (producer)||5:24|
|3||"City of Dope"||Mike Dean||5:23|
|4||"Thugged Out"||Tech N9ne, Madd Maxx, Phats Bossi & Poppa LQ||Mike Dean||5:24|
|5||"Ridaz"||DMG & G Mone||Don Juan||4:25|
|6||"Stallion"||MC Ren & Tech N9ne||Don Juan||6:32|
|7||"Father Like Son"||Mr Lee (producer)||4:36|
|9||"U Love 2 Hate"||Val Young||Mike Dean||4:07|
|10||"Ice Cream Man"||5th Ward Boyz & Fa Sho||Mike Dean||4:22|
|11||"It's in My Blood Part II"||DMG||Mike Dean||4:25|
|12||"Still Ballin'"||Mike Dean||4:53|
|14||"Rolex Rulez"||Phats Bossi||Don Juan||3:43|
|1||"Sad Millionaire"||Phats Bossi & Big Lurch||Mr Lee (producer)||4:24|
|2||"The Ballers Feud"||Kastro & Numskull||Mike Dean||4:47|
|3||"Pop da Collar"||Fa Sho||Mr Lee (producer)||5:16|
|4||"My Buddy"||Numskull & Tha Dogg Pound||Mike Dean||4:50|
|5||"Extortion"||Phats Bossi||Mr Lee (producer)||4:25|
|6||"Menage a Trios"||Tela||Mike Dean||5:02|
|7||"Falling"||Do or Die||Mr Lee (producer)||5:08|
|8||"Mackin' vs. Pimpin'"||Mike Dean||3:17|
|9||"Gangsta Bitch"||Fa Sho||Mike Dean & Tone Capone||4:38|
|10||"Rap-a-Lot Mafia"||5th Ward Boyz, Facemob, Ghetto Twiinz, Geto Boys, Snypaz||Mike Dean &|
|11||"Sacrifice My Life"||Kuirshan||Mr Lee (producer)||4:32|
|12||"Baller Mode"||Don Juan||4:51|
|13||"Bumbell"||Tech N9ne||Mike Dean||4:55|
|14||"Secret Indictment"||Mike Dean & Mr Lee (producer)||4:14|
|U.S. Billboard 200||40|
|U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums||8|
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