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Thoughts of a Predicate Felon was the commercial debut album by rapper Tony Yayo.

Background

The album features the hit single "So Seductive". 50 Cent is the executive producer and is also a featured artist on the album. G-Unit members also contribute with a verse to the album. The album was released on August 30 2005.

Reviews

The album was generally well received by critics. Rolling Stone's Christian Hoard described the album as "a solid stopgap" and All Music Guide's David Jeffries called it "an album worth every G-Unit fan's attention"

Track listing

# Track Featured guest(s) Producer(s) Length
1 "Intro" 1:13
2 "Homicide" Domingo 3:38
3 "It Is What It Is" Spider Loc Sebb 5:00
4 "Tattle Teller" Black Jeruz & Sha Money XL 4:16
5 "So Seductive" 50 Cent Punch 3:30
6 "Eastside Westside" Focus 2:47
7 "Drama Setter" Eminem & Obie Trice Eminem 5:03
8 "We Don't Give a Fuck" Olivia, 50 Cent & Lloyd Banks J. R. Rotem 3:41
9 "Pimpin'" LT Moe 3:06
10 "Curious" Joe Sam Sneed 3:23
11 "I'm So High" Kokane DJ Khalil 3:24
12 "Love My Style" Megahertz 4:08
13 "Project Princess" Jagged Edge Focus 3:49
14 "G-Shit" Ron Browz 3:45
15 "I Know You Don't Love Me" G-Unit Studio 44 3:55
16 "Dear Suzie" Havoc (musician) 3:07
17 "Live By the Gun" Focus 2:57

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