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Album: Ghetto Commandments (feat. Snoop Dogg & Mack Maine) - Single

Artist: T-Pain

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 JIVE Records, a unit of Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For Ghetto Commandments (feat. Snoop Dogg & Mack Maine) - Single By Artist T-Pain

Title Artist Time
1
Ghetto Commandments (feat. Sno T-Pain 4:44 USD 1.29

Reviews For Ghetto Commandments (feat. Snoop Dogg & Mack Maine) - Single By Artist T-Pain

  • luv dis song

    5
    By Alley_Pooh
    "thou shalt not talk thou shalt not speak thou shalt bow when in the presence of g" followin da ghetto commandments
  • Jackin beats

    4
    By Dylansteeze
    this song is tight but they jacked ice cubes beat
  • YAY!!!

    2
    By cluce
    The music is god awful but i luv the album cover, what is that? it looks like a ghetto pickle!!
  • Biters!!!

    1
    By Tio Big Boy
    This is the jack n the box beat on ice cubes album raw footage. look it up ppl.
  • good

    3
    By ikluve music
    people should buy the whole freaknik albulm
  • Clean?

    3
    By Dumbledorearmy777
    Where's the clean version!!!?!?!??
  • Straight Jacking for Beats....

    3
    By Chef BoyarGee
    Hmmmmmm, I know that T-Pain straight stole Ice Cube's "Jack N the Box" beat and renamed it "Ghetto Commandments". Not acceptable back in the day, but now-a-days any biting seems to be overlooked for fear of looking like a "Hater". Big Shout out to Leggend for notifying me!
  • It's awesome.

    4
    By Broadster94
    It's really cool and all but I would also like to see the other Freaknik songs re-recorded and extended and put on an album. Now that would be even cooler.
  • It's good because it's not serious

    5
    By The Boule
    T-Pain doesn't really take his whole career that seriously and it really shows with Freaknik. Yeah he works hard to do all this stuff, but really he just does whatever he wants to. I loved Freaknik and this song too, so this is a good way for him to keep making money by putting this out. P.S. Who the hell cares if this is Ice Cubes beat it's not the same song idiots.
  • awesome

    5
    By kenncann
    pure awesome

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