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Choices: The Album

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2-Way Freak (feat. La Chat)
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The Restaurant Scene (Skit)
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Mafia
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Baby Mama (feat. La Chat)
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Gangsta Niggaz
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Wona Get Some, I Got Some (feat. T-Rock)
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1st Crime Scene (Skit)
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O.V.
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U Got Da Game Wrong (feat. La Chat)
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We Shootin' 1st
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Dis Bitch, Dat Hoe (feat. Ludacris & Crunchy Black)
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Pass Me
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Big Pat's Warehouse (Skit)
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They Don't F**k Wit U
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Slang & Serve
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War Wit Us (feat. La Chat)
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Mean Mug (feat. La Chat)
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How It Went Down (Skit)
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I Ain't Goin (A Hustler's Theme)
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Ridin' on Chrome
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Talkin'
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Total Tracks: 21   Total Length: 72:34

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