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Album: My 64 - EP (feat. Bun B & Snoop)

Artist: Mike Jones featuring Bun B & Snoop

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2007 Warner Records Inc.

Tracklist For My 64 - EP (feat. Bun B & Snoop) By Artist Mike Jones featuring Bun B & Snoop

Title Artist Time
1
My 64 (Radio Edit) [feat. Bun Mike Jones featuring Bun B & Snoop 3:53 USD 1.29
2
My 64 (Instrumental) Mike Jones 5:05 USD 1.29
3
My 64 (A Cappella) [feat. Bun Mike Jones featuring Bun B & Snoop 5:11 USD 1.29
4
My 64 (feat. Bun B & Snoop) Mike Jones featuring Bun B & Snoop 5:11 USD 1.29

Reviews For My 64 - EP (feat. Bun B & Snoop) By Artist Mike Jones featuring Bun B & Snoop

  • 50/50

    3
    By LilDug1
    song is alright, i like how it sounds.
  • All them haters

    3
    By colbster644
    Sure it may sound simple what Mike Jones does. In all actuality, it is harder due to the fact that he has to take a song that is already been done and make it his own. That is a lot harder than, sitting down and writing out rhymes. He is not the gratest I give you that, but he is good at what he does and remixing new music. We could then say the same about Industrial artists who remix songs and make it a dance/techno song right? Exactly the opposite, they do what they do best, remix songs but also mix there own tracks.
  • stop

    1
    By AKfourtyseven
    mike jones go away. dont disrespect the E. you will never be on the same level. just stop
  • Wheres the Chopped-n-Screwed verison?

    4
    By Divebarsoldier1987
    Yo Mike, this is really good music to cruise to, but why don't you have Michael Watts chop-n-screw it for you cause it sounds alot better that way and where's the video of this song and all the other ones man? Why don't you ask itunes to put them on here for you? Please? By the way, I love you're movie man, it's really good. Don't let these haters bring you down man. Just stay in the game and keep shining. Later!!
  • ALEE

    5
    By alex hernandez
    MAY EZEY E REST IN PEACE LOVE THIS SONG IT ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • He must be doing something right

    4
    By (#@$%^&)
    I Like this song, so what if Mike Jones is sampling off of Eazy-E, every artist in the bizz has sampled off another, or has gotten an inspiration from some one else.
  • ???

    5
    By m2j1992
    this is eazy E song
  • not low enough in ratings

    1
    By Fatman Spencer
    the only reason i have this song is because Snoops on it
  • Why?

    2
    By Gun-it13
    Man Come up with new stuff. I Almost cried when I heard this. I think Eazy turned in his grave. This is a buch of southern Rappers trying to act like they're from the west coast exept for Snoop. And I could be rich If all I had to do was say the same thing over and over.
  • Oh my god, so he sampled an Eazy E song, get over it

    4
    By Eazy C
    If Jay-z can sample Wreckx-n-Effect "Rump Shaker" (Lost One) Why cant Mike Jones sample "Boyz-N-the Hood" (My 64). Yes, Jay-z, Wreckx-N-Effect and Eazy-E blow away Mike Jones, he can still try. He just needs to rhyme a little better.

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