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|Thuggin' Under the Influence (T.U.I.)|
|Studio album by|
|Released||August 31, 2001|
|Genre||Hip hop, southern hip hop, gangsta rap|
|Producer||Jeezy (exec.), Kinky B (also exec.), Joel Peavy , Michael Dobson|
|Lil' J chronology|
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 August 31, 2001, by his independent record label, Corporate Thugz.
|3||"Swerve"||Sol Messiah||C-Dog from 404 Soldierz||4:07|
|4||"Put da Whip on It"||Pretty Ken||4:17|
|5||"Long Days"||Pretty Ken||5:01|
|6||"Watch What U Say'n"||Shawty Redd||Fidank||3:37|
|7||"Dubbs and Brikks"||Sol Messiah||Kinky B||4:13|
|8||"Tonite"||Pretty Ken||Yung D||4:25|
|9||"G.A."||Shawty Redd||Shawty Redd||4:28|
|10||"Put da Whip on It"||Sol Messiah||Da Likk||2:39|
|11||"Haters"||Lil Jon||Lil Jon||4:16|
|12||"Right Here, Right Now"||YOS||Fidank & Chyna Whyte||3:49|
|14||"Freaky Thug"||Sol Messiah||Charlie Jangles||3:16|
|15||"Whatdaya Call Dat"||Sol Messiah||Kinky B||4:42|
|16||"Do That Shit"||Lil' J||Bigg Boyz & Kinky B||3:58|
|17||"Getcha Some Money"||Sol Messiah||Ms. Peaches||3:23|
|18||"Dis Shawty Here"||Pretty Ken||4:01|
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