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Examples of "thuggin"
Freddie Gibbs in his 2011 song "Thuggin'" references Butts' famous quote.
Thuggin' is the second studio album by American rapper, Magic. It was released on August 31, 1999, on No Limit Records. "Thuggin"' only found minor success compared to his previous album, peaking at number 25 on the "Billboard" 200 and number 8 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, while selling 100,000 copies its first week..
"We Thuggin'" is a single by rapper Fat Joe featuring singer R. Kelly. It is a single from Fat Joe's 2001 album entitled "Jealous Ones Still Envy (J.O.S.E.)".
(The Tonite Show) Thuggin' & Mobbin' is the seventh studio album by rapper Yukmouth. It was released on January 12, 2010, through Smoke-a-Lot Records.
In March 2014, Metro and Young Thug announced that they would release a collaborative album, performed and released under the moniker "Metro Thuggin". The album will be self-titled and will be released sometime in 2015. Along with the announcement, Metro Thuggin released the collaborative track, "The Blanguage". Metro produced the sixth single from "Honest", "I Won", which features Kanye West. The song became a single a month after the album was released.
Thuggin' Under the Influence (T.U.I.) is the first independent album by American rapper Young Jeezy (under the initial name "Lil' J"). It was released on August 31, 2001, by his independent record label, called Corporate Thugz (CTE).
"Thuggin" was met with generally positive reviews from music critics. JC Poppe of DJBooth wrote of the title track, "Gibbs continues to deliver charismatic personality filled verses that include jewels like "why the Feds worried 'bout me clockin on this corner / when there's politicians out here getting popped in Arizona." To those that lost their mind over Watch The Throne's 'Otis', 'Thuggin' is truly the simple sample chop based song to get excited over." Nathan S. of Refined Hype wrote, "Of course I'll take a "187" Gibbs gangster banger any day, but hearing the man flow over some more ambient Madlib production on "Thuggin" is a dope reminder of just how good of an emcee the man really is. He can flow over anything without losing any of his gangsterness, and it says just as much about Madlib that he's willing to work with anyone from MF Doom to Gibbs."
Following up on their EPs "Thuggin"' and "Shame", "Deeper", released September 24, 2013, serves as the final EP in the trilogy before the release of their full-length LP, "Piñata".
Speaking with Jay-Z's Life + Times, Freddie Gibbs decoded a few lines from "Thuggin'", explaining how he extracted from personal experiences in Gary, Indiana for the track: "The song is 'Thuggin'. First line, I say, "We're not against rap, but we're against those thugs." Speaking about how society wasn't against rap music but against the thug element of it. I felt like that's what I represent," he said. "What I'm rapping is what I'm living. I'm using rap as a vehicle to get me away from that type of living."
Speaking with Jay-Z's Life + Times, Freddie Gibbs decoded a few lines from "Thuggin'", explaining how he extracted from personal experiences in Gary, Indiana for the track: "The song is 'Thuggin'. First line, I say, "We're not against rap, but we're against those thugs." Speaking about how society wasn't against rap music but against the thug element of it. I felt like that's what I represent," he said. "What I'm rapping is what I'm living. I'm using rap as a vehicle to get me away from that type of living."
Ryan J. of The Smoking Section wrote, "The "Thuggin" EP and its Gibbs-assisted tracks, 'Thuggin' and 'Deep', provide further evidence that Gibbs isn't just special, but he's also doing something right. Rap isn't some sequestered genre built upon scratches and soul samples like it once was. It's constantly evolving, blurring its already muddled gray area with each passing artist leak. Gibbs understands how to evolve with the times, even if his rhymes and rhyme patterns sound vaguely similar. Plus, as Hip-Hop critic Tom Breihan once said about Gibbs' rapping, 'he just doesn't fuck up, ever.'"
Thuggin is the first EP by hip hop duo MadGibbs, which consists of Indiana rapper Freddie Gibbs and California hip hop musician Madlib. It was released on November 21, 2011 through Madlib Invazion. The EP served as a preview for their 2014 full-length debut, "Piñata".
Fat Joe released two more albums, "Jealous Ones Still Envy (J.O.S.E.)" in 2001 featuring the hit single "We Thuggin'" with R. Kelly. In 2002, Fat Joe released the modestly performing "Loyalty". In 2004, Terror Squad released its second album "True Story". In 2005, Fat Joe released "All or Nothing".
Foxx first announced the project in December 2013 by posting the artwork for the mixtape. On March 10, 2014, she released the single "Young N Thuggin" featuring Young Thug, Pusha T and Chubbie Baby. She released another single "Don't Trust Em" on May 8, 2014. In June, 2014, she posted an updated artwork for the mixtape.
On November 18, 2011, at the Madlib Medicine Show live event at Mighty in San Francisco, California, the producer brought out Freddie Gibbs and announced their debut collaborative EP titled "Thuggin". The project has been concealed for at least six months until it was made available for sale at the event.
The bonus tracks "rolex" and "claustroflowbic" were previously released on Hodgy Beats' debut mixtape, "The Dena Tape". "blaccFriday" was later released on Mike G's second mixtape, "Ali". The songs "bankRolls" & "rokRok" later appeared on Odd Future's compilation album "12 Odd Future Songs". Left Brain raps the first verse on the track "thuggin". On the track list, the twelfth track says "freakBass" instead of "rasta".
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib announced plans for a collaboration album late in 2011 with the release of an EP titled "Thuggin". A second EP titled "Shame" followed on June 22, 2012. A third EP titled "Deeper" was released on September 24, 2013. The duo's collaboration album "Piñata" was later released to critical acclaim on March 18, 2014.
Deeper is the third EP by hip hop duo MadGibbs, which consists of Indiana rapper Freddie Gibbs and California hip hop musician Madlib. It was released on September 24, 2013 through Madlib Invazion. Following up on their EPs "Thuggin'" (2011) and "Shame" (2012), it serves as the final EP in the trilogy before the release of their full-length LP, "Piñata" (2014).
The album was preceded by three EPs including "Thuggin'" (2011), "Shame" (2012) and "Deeper" (2013). "Piñata" received widespread acclaim from critics and it debuted at number 39 on the "Billboard" 200 chart, with first-week sales of 9,000 copies in the United States.
On August 8, 2012, the EP's music video, presented by Madlib Invasion and DD172 Films, was published online. The Jonah Schwartz-directed visual starts off with a portion of "Later That Night", then transitions to "Terrorist", then changes to the second bonus beat, "The Morning After", which finally leads to the title track. The clip is the sequel to "Thuggin'".