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East Side O - Various - Still Trying To Survive In The Ghetto (CD)

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  1. East Coast Hip Hop 2 Wu-Tang Forever: Wu-Tang Clan: , 1 East Coast Hip Hop 3 No Way Out: occansimarbertralibudnovemitse.coinfo: , 1 East Coast Hip Hop 4 R U Still Down? (Remember Me) 2Pac: , 2 West Coast Hip Hop 5 The Art Of War: Bone Thugs-N-Harmony: , 1 Midwest Hip Hop 6 Harlem World: Mase: , 1 East Coast Hip Hop 7 Ghetto D: Master P: ,
  2. Nov 10,  · Ghetto Mentality () East Side ‘0’ () Sucka Free H.P. () Crooked Crow () Still Trying To Survive In The Getto () Leave A Message () Wild Wild West () The Reeper () Ill Look () Push Comes To Shove () Set The Funk () It Don’t Stop () Outro ().
  3. Aug 08,  · UMG (on behalf of Hip-O (UC)); SOLAR Music Rights Management, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., Abramus Digital, BMG Rights Management .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Still Trying To Survive In The Ghetto on Discogs/5(2).
  5. Herm - Intro Primo - City Of Da Players N.O.H. - Voices In My Head Young Life - Street Life Mob - Creepy Crawlin Tabb Doe & Rob V - Ghetto Mentality 3-Deep - East Side "O" 11/5 & U.D.I. - Sucka Free H.P. Dre Dog - Crooked Crow Various - Still Trying To.
  6. Nov 06,  · referencing Still Trying To Survive In The Ghetto, CD, Comp, BPP It's hard hitting and pulls no punches. If you want a taste of what the streets are like from the people that been there done that this is a great compilation to get/5(9).
  7. 3 –N.O.H.* Voices In My Head 4 –Young Life Street Life 5 – Mob Creepy Crawlin 6 –Tabb Doe With Rob V. Ghetto Mentality 7 –3-Deep East Side "O" 8 –11/5 & U.D.I. Sucka Free H.P. 9 –Dre Dog Crooked Crow 10 –Various Still Trying To Survive In The Ghetto 11 –Various Leave A Message (Interlude) 12 –West Mob Wild Wild West.
  8. Bo-Roc even coughs in the middle and raps, "Excuse me, I had to cough" and then goes straight on, amazing. "Ghetto Life" is more of a slower style track, talking about the lifestyle of the ghetto. The three emcees take on subjects of having to survive from day-to-day, the pressure of being black in today's society, and other problems.

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