Year: 1999
Label: Rawkus Records

Despite the success of the Company Flow’s debut, in-fighting between the the group and Rawkus Records over money and perceived neglect of the trio’s talent led to the group’s internal disintegration and abandonment of the label. The only other full-length project released under the Company Flow banner was Little Johnny From the Hospitul: Breaks and Instrumentals Vol. 1, a largely instrumental album released in the group's dying days. The album's biggest standout is “Suzy Pulled a Pistol on Henry,” a reference to De La Soul's “Millie Pulled a Pistol on Santa.”