|Studio album by|
|Released||August 31, 1999|
|Genre||Southern hip hop, Gangsta rap|
|Producer|| Master P (exec.)|
Carlos Stephens (exec.)
DJ Jam, Ham, Jay Sinnusta, Ke'Noe, Mark in da Dark, Penitentiary, Sin, Alex Sok
Thuggin' is the second studio album by American rapper, Magic. It was released on August 31, 1999, on No Limit Records and Priority Records. Thuggin' only found minor success compared to his previous album, peaking at number 53 on the Billboard 200and number 9 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. The album introduced the song "Wobble Wobble", not released as a single. The 504 Boyz, which included Magic, would make it a hit single on their album Goodfellas a year later.
Music videos were shot for the singles "That's Me" and "Ice on My Wrist", both featuring Master P. There was also a single called "9th Ward".
|US Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums||9|
|US Billboard 200||53|
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