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Album: NCIS: No Crew Is Superior - Single

Artist: LL COOL J

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 Boomdizzle

Tracklist For NCIS: No Crew Is Superior - Single By Artist LL COOL J

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Reviews For NCIS: No Crew Is Superior - Single By Artist LL COOL J

  • Classic LL Cool J

    By L. Riddick
    Hot beat with Classic LL Rhymes.
  • ummm

    By piscesguy73
    he sounds like th e fresh prince on this track!
  • The song is horrible

    By NYC FSD
    LL is getting to old to be rapping and taken serious as an "actor". He needs to grow up and stick with a real job.
  • Love this show and song

    By 1997!!?!?!?'
    I can't stop listening to this song. I'm addictive to this song but more addictive to the show!!!!
  • NCCis

    By Click clock
    It was aight for me a lil to hard core for me but I love ya ll so just keepin it real

    By Jordan23510
    When I heard this I ZzZzZzZzZz! Boo!
  • NCIS rocks

    By Ms Robin
    This track is incredible! Can't wait for the show
  • Nice change.

    By osuno
    Beat is kinda hard and lyrics are dope. Good look LL!
  • Not Really...

    By mls2313
    I didn't like the song at all (I just don't like rap), but NCIS is awesome and the clips from the new series were good. Next time can we just have a trailer?
  • This is LL in top form.

    The beat is fresh and the lyrics are smart. This is how LL should do it everytime. The legend still stands tall.

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