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Album: Self Made (feat. Gucci Mane) - Single

Artist: K. Michelle

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 Hitz Committee LLC

Tracklist For Self Made (feat. Gucci Mane) - Single By Artist K. Michelle

Title Artist Time
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Self Made (feat. Gucci Mane) K. Michelle 3:49 USD 1.29

Reviews For Self Made (feat. Gucci Mane) - Single By Artist K. Michelle

  • Holy chiz

    1
    By Asghjtcbg
    This song is so incredibly pathetic! I mean who wud buy this. I totally wud have given this zero stars but iTunes won't let me. God what is wrong with artists these day?
  • Pipes

    3
    By Shagenesis
    Good song. K Michelle has pipes. This may not have been the best single, but seeing her open R Kelly's show changed my mind about her. Vocals, are hot!
  • Self Made What... ?

    1
    By VintageLX450
    I listened to this "snippet" 5 times and all 5 times it sounded like replicated garbage. Her lyrics are nothing new, nor is her style. Song title: SELF MADE... I'm confused. Your lyrics aren't self made, your stlye is not self made and no harm intended but you barely have a Career or "Name" to speak of without someone elses name attached, e.g., Trina, Gucci, Missy, etc. Everything on the radio is so repetitive that you can guarantee to hear Lil Wayne every 4-7 minutes. Just because it gets heavy rotation does not mean it's REALlY good... it only proves how much trend and "one had washes the other" exist in radio. "HOOD" is hot right now so THAT'S why we keep hearing the same sounds, just from different "hot-for-a-minute" artist. The "lyrics aren't really lyrics... it's just monotonous trash talk for wanna-be's.
  • this is garb!!!!!

    1
    By BoulderPower
    this song is bad, and gucci mane is a fake rapper. this song wouldnt be a hit even if it was on the radio. n for the review that told me to actually listen to this, i did and it was a waste of my time. this song s*x
  • She got skills...

    5
    By HBNC
    Ok, so I just heard a snipett yesterday at the R. Kelly...Ladies Make Some Noise Concert & I have to say she has skills. Not only because she is from Memphis, but I liked all her songs that she did. I have the sample ablum now but can't wait for the real deal.
  • ................

    1
    By Shenaqua10
    um.. this is horrible,it $uCk$ ............ big time and i think you all would agree
  • Um....perhaps u need to re-think MUSiC!!!!

    1
    By GlimmerLily
    This is another little songs where the girls sing about the same little thing. . .i'm not impressed yo.
  • Straight Wack!!

    1
    By Daphanator
    No Talent! Anybody can talk ghetto and call it rap. Ugh!
  • Bootleg Trina

    1
    By britport!!
    This is a horrible song and a disgrace to anyone who prides themselves at creating good music. Whoever she is can't rap and tries to sound like Trina, but fails horribly....noone should buy this record which would thus encouraging this young lady to continue a somewhat pitiful attempt at a music career.
  • ..

    5
    By PSCHY'S
    I think is song is really good... if you like R&B music, this song is for you... this song is really hot!!!

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