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Album: Jigga Juice (feat. Hurricane Chris & Diamond) - Single

Artist: Lil Josh & Ernest

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008 J Records, a unit of SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For Jigga Juice (feat. Hurricane Chris & Diamond) - Single By Artist Lil Josh & Ernest

Title Artist Time
1
Jigga Juice Lil Josh & Ernest 3:57 USD 1.29

Reviews For Jigga Juice (feat. Hurricane Chris & Diamond) - Single By Artist Lil Josh & Ernest

  • jiggalate

    5
    By louisianaminal
    n stop hatein
  • This crap just fails.

    1
    By T-StyMoney
    If you like crappy rap, you'll love this. It's not recommended cause it might make you puke. But this rap is crap.
  • ummm..........

    1
    By TheWorldsFAVorite
    That's terrible
  • Terible..

    1
    By Maysox12
    This is just plain terrible......
  • love IT

    5
    By rdj13
    i luv it. it awsome.
  • ???

    1
    By RAMS RULE
    what the hell is this what is jigga juice anyway man thats why i prefer 90s rap this is garbage
  • Lil Josh and Ernest - Jigga Juice

    1
    By Moviewhiz1
    "Jigga Juice" is the first single off of Lil Josh and Ernest's debut album which working title is "Jigga". The song faetures Hurricane Chris and Diamond. The track was also produced by Lil Josh and Ernest. Lyrically, this track is awful. No one drops any good verses on here, not even the guest stars. Production isn't the best on the track, and only worsens the track. Lil Josh drops an appaling verse on here, Ernest drops a weak verse which needs lots of work, Hurricane Chris doesn't drop a solid verse on here, and Diamond drops an average verse but still not good. So this is a horrible debut album track. This track makes "Jigga" not look promising at all. I can't see much hope for these guys in the future.
  • its not really hip hop or rap its more like party/club crunk type kinda

    4
    By Mr. Bulldog Jr.
    like three times they have made this song, this one seems to be better though. really it needs to be hiphop/rap/crunk
  • what the hell

    1
    By hell12
    this is not hip hop oh come on it made me sick
  • Different

    3
    By jhrbyt
    I think it's different so for that I give it a starting 4. The lyrics I think are 3 stars, so now I give it a 3 1/2. The beat I give is a 2 1/2. So the final rating I think should be around a 3 star.

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