Hoodlum fo' Life
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|Hoodlum Fo' Life|
|Studio album by Skull Dugrey|
|Released||October 1, 1996|
|Producer||Beats By the Pound, Master P|
|Skull Dugrey chronology|
Hoodlum Fo' Life is the first album released by rapper, Skull Duggery, who was then known as Skull Dugrey. It was released on October 1, 1996 through No Limit Records and was produced by Beats By the Pound and Master P. Hoodlum Fo' Life was not that successful, critically or commercially, only making it to #29 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #8 on the Top Heatseekers.
- "Hoodlum" (featuring Dwane Michael a.k.a. Holloway of Ghetto Commission)
- "Nigga Nigga Nigga"
- "My Hood" (featuring Master P & Silkk The Shocker)
- "T.S.O." (featuring Southern Type Soldiers, G9 a.k.a. Vellario of Ghetto Commission & Los)
- "Mob Free Style"
- "Mama Why" (featuring Mercedes)
- "Da' Lue"
- "Deadly Thoughts"
- "Crooked Ass Cops"
- "Bring It On"
- "My Shorty" (featuring Bryon Dolieo a.k.a. Dolliole of Ghetto Commission)
- "Moss" (featuring Mo B. Dick)
- "Dark Side" (Remix)
- "Sea Level" (featuring G9 a.k.a. Vellario of Ghetto Commission, Recon & Gumbo)
- "Street Life" (featuring Aynne "Ya Ya" Williams)
- "Bro In Pen"
- "The Circle"
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