"Husslin'" is a hip-hop song by Kardinal Offishall. It was the only single from his EP of the same name. The song also appears on his second album, Quest for Fire: Firestarter, Vol. 1. Released in early 2000, the 12" single quickly became an underground favorite, and it was #1 on many college radio charts in the U.S. After its release, radio-tracking publication Gavin Report called it "By far, the hottest 12-inch on the platter right now. With three cuts to choose from, you can't go wrong." The song has a catchy chorus and a powerful horn sample.
The music video was directed by Kevin De Freitas. In the video, Kardinal raps in the streets of Downtown Toronto alongside members of The Circle.
- "Mic T.H.U.G.S." (Clean)
- "Mic T.H.U.G.S." (Dirty)
- "Mic T.H.U.G.S." (Instrumental)
- "U R Ghetto When" (Clean)
- "Husslin'" (Clean)
- "Husslin'" (Instrumental)
- "U R Ghetto When" (Dirty)
- "U R Ghetto When" (Instrumental)