Westurrection

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Westurrection
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ReleasedSeptember 27, 2005
Recorded2005
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Label Native
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South Central Cartel chronology
Random Violence
(2004)
Westurrection
(2005)
Tha Hoodz in Us
(2006)

Westurrection is the eighth studio album by American rap group South Central Cartel.

South Central Cartel band

South Central Cartel is an American West Coast hip hop/gangsta rap group based in Los Angeles, California.

Track listing

  1. Intro
  2. Where da Enemies At
  3. Act Like Ya Know
  4. Cali Game
  5. South Central (featuring Kokane)
  6. Front Row
  7. Flash & Cash (featuring Bad Azz)
  8. Y-U-Hatin
  9. The Cartel Wayee
  10. Damn
  11. I'll Take Her
  12. Guess Who's Back
  13. Yes Sir
  14. Back on da Grind
  15. Westurrection
  16. Make It Bang
  17. I'm Feelin U
  18. Wifey
  19. Flash & Cash (Remix)

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