|Thy Album Come|
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|Genre||Afro Hip Hop, Hardcore Rap|
Thy Album Come is the first album by Nigerian rapper Ruggedman, it was released in 2005.
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Michael Ugochukwu Stephens, known professionally as Ruggedman, is a Nigerian rapper from Ohafia, Abia State.
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The following list is a discography of production by Kanye West, an American rapper and record producer. It includes all of his work, from hit singles and top albums such as "All of the Lights" in "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy " to music he produced and co-produced such as "Takeover" by Jay-Z. The following page provides a list of Kanye West's music in sequential order by release date.
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