Thuggin' Under the Influence (T.U.I.)

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Thuggin' Under the Influence (T.U.I.)
Young Jeezy Thuggin' Under The Influence.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 31, 2001
Recorded2000–2001
Genre Hip hop, southern hip hop, gangsta rap
Label CTE
Producer Jeezy (exec.), Kinky B (also exec.), Joel Peavy , Michael Dobson
Lil' J chronology
Thuggin' Under the Influence (T.U.I.)
(2001)
Come Shop wit Me
(2003)

Thuggin' Under the Influence (T.U.I.) is the debut studio album by American rapper Young Jeezy (under the initial name "Lil' J"). It was released on July 31, 2001, by his independent record label, Corporate Thugz.

Track listing

#TitleProducer(s)Featured guestsTime
1"Intro"0:36
2"Welcome"Pretty Ken2:47
3"Swerve"Sol MessiahC-Dog from 404 Soldierz4:07
4"Put da Whip on It"Pretty Ken4:17
5"Long Days"Pretty Ken5:01
6"Watch What U Say'n"Shawty ReddFidank3:37
7"Dubbs and Brikks"Sol MessiahKinky B4:13
8"Tonite"Pretty KenYung D4:25
9"G.A." Shawty Redd Shawty Redd 4:28
10"Put da Whip on It"Sol MessiahDa Likk2:39
11"Haters" Lil Jon Lil Jon 4:16
12"Right Here, Right Now"YOSFidank & Chyna Whyte3:49
13"Skit"1:16
14"Freaky Thug"Sol MessiahCharlie Jangles3:16
15"Whatdaya Call Dat"Sol MessiahKinky B4:42
16"Do That Shit"Lil' JBigg Boyz & Kinky B3:58
17"Getcha Some Money"Sol MessiahMs. Peaches3:23
18"Dis Shawty Here"Pretty Ken4:01

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