Thug Are Us is an extension from Trick‘s previous successes.
2002 saw the release of Trick Daddy's fifth album, Thug Holiday, which featured the radio favorite "In Da Wind." Known for his rambunctious humor, infectious beats, and shining gold grill, he continued to drop albums and make hits, scoring two big crossover smashes with "I'm A Thug" and "Take It To The House" off his Thugs Are Us LP. Thugs Are Us is the fourth studio album by rapper Trick Daddy, released March 20, 2001, on Slip-n-Slide Records.
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50+ videos Play all Mix - Joe Jackson Band - Thugs Are Us YouTube Moe Howard (of the Three Stooges) on the Mike Douglas Show - Duration: 1:09:35. On the downside, like Book of Thugs before it, Thugs Are Us frustratingly incorporates a plethora of guests, none of them superstars in their own right. Computing Et … The album debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200 with 116,000 copies sold in the first week released. 17 Songs, 58 Minutes Released: Mar 20, 2001 ℗ 2001 Slip-N-Slide Records, Inc. exclusively licensed to Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States With every subsequent album of his throughout the late '90s, Trick Daddy took a step further toward his long-awaited national breakthrough, and with Thugs Are Us he finally reached his elusive commercial summit, breaking out of the South and into heavy rotation on every urban radio station in America.