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Album: (Ha Ha) Slow Down [feat. Young Jeezy] - Single

Artist: Fat Joe

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

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 Terror Squad Entertainment and E1 Music

Tracklist For (Ha Ha) Slow Down [feat. Young Jeezy] - Single By Artist Fat Joe

Title Artist Time
1
(Ha Ha) Slow Down [feat. Young Fat Joe 3:26 USD 1.29

Reviews For (Ha Ha) Slow Down [feat. Young Jeezy] - Single By Artist Fat Joe

  • Fat Joe nice

    5
    By Clever Diabolical
    He should get the credit he deserves. He been doing it since " Flow Joe" ya dig? do ya thang homie! Real Hip-Hop!
  • Decent

    3
    By dylanr93
    This is alright. Much better than his recent material. But, I have a question: If Fat Joe is so respected in the hip-hop community then why does he have everyone on his album but nobody ever wants him on theirs. Ex. Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, Kanye, Jay-Z, Rick Ross. And NO DJ KHALED'S albums don't count.
  • waste of $$$

    1
    By squigglyoctopus
    didn't this come out years ago on a soundtrack ? old recycled music once again.
  • Fat Joe?

    5
    By Heres the 411
    Is this you? Bangin' lyrics, bangin' beat, and jeezy compliments the song well. Easily Joe's best song in a real long time. "now what you boys got a death wish, i beat a n**** uglier than precious."
  • bronx stand up

    5
    By mikeyriv1
    this is real bronx hip hop!!!!!!!!!
  • goin hard

    5
    By bankerbri
    dam man joe still goin hard. herd this joint on utube bfor it came out and couldnt find it but dam niga dis is whats up. u aready know jeezy gonna go hard
  • one of hots og's out

    5
    By Eddie BRONX
    Fatjoe is one of the best rapers out of the Bronx and still doing his thing
  • DIS TRACK IS HOTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By DR.ROBERTS TURBO
    Brings me back to dat lean back goin crazy gucci gettin soft here comes fat joe
  • How you guys like this?

    3
    By Mikee Webz
    This guy does old school rap, theres no well developed beats or anything. Just a vague "singing" style and thats it. ELEPHANT IN DA SAND!
  • on some real sh%^

    4
    By Drizzy537
    all this electro voices and rap pop mixes out there crack bring the streets back

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