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The Gift

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Spotlight (feat. Howie T)
3:56
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Lonely Road (feat. Howie T, A.D.)
3:30
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It's A Jungle Out Here (feat. Howie T)
3:26
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You A Genius (feat. Alley Boy)
3:43
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Two Three (feat. Rick Ross)
3:09
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Change Ya Life (feat. Silkk The Shocker, Howie T)
3:00
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Holding Back The Years (feat. Cymphonique)
2:45
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Ghost (feat. Romeo)
2:51
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You're The One (feat. Jeremih)
4:36
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White (feat. Yo Gotti, Krazy)
3:40
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Woke Up A Millionaire (feat. Deezle)
4:04
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Let Me Find Out (feat. Play Beezy, Gangsta)
2:55
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You Ain't Gotta Say Too Much (feat. Miss Chee, Howie T, Larayne)
2:56
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Make It Do What It Do (feat. T-Bo)
3:09
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I Ain't Goin Let It Happen Twice (feat. Gangsta, Play Beezy)
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You Need To Know
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I Need An Armored Truck (feat. Romeo)
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God Forgive Us (feat. The Game, Nipsey Hussle)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 62:53

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