Syndicate & Jizz | Tha Code We Live By

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Tha Code We Live By

by Syndicate & Jizz

Whether you're white, black, Latino, Asian, male or female, you can listen and relate to their assortment of party tracks, club-type bangers, city anthems or slow jams.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Intro
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2. Tha Code We Live By
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3. Fun
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4. Please Believe Me
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5. Nuttin to a Boss
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6. Fresh
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7. Dipped in Louie
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8. Dance With Me
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9. Twisted
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10. Day of the Bitch Interlude
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11. Day of the Bitch
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12. All Up in Her Ear
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13. Sumpin Like a Pimp
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14. Get Em Up Now
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15. Bounce to This
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16. I Will
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17. World Go Round
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18. We Do What We Do
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19. Up in the Club
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20. Take Me for a Ride
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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SYNDICATE & JIZZ are a hip-hop group out of Portland, Oregon. Members include Mr.E Andolini and Rocko The Dogg Fanucci, 2 brothers, and Jizz. They have been writing, producing and recording their own unique style of music since 1997. Their music is enjoyed by all types of people. So, whether you're white, black, latino, asian, male or female, you can listen and relate to their assortment of party tracks, club-type bangers, city anthems or slow jams. Local hip-hop needs all the support it can get. So listen to the music, tell all of your friends and check out their shows. We need a hip-hop force representing the 503. Let it be SYNDICATE & JIZZ!!!

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