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Album: On Top of My Game (feat. Mavado) - Single

Artist: Papoose

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • Copyright: ℗ Honor B4 Money

Tracklist For On Top of My Game (feat. Mavado) - Single By Artist Papoose

Title Artist Time
1
On Top of My Game (feat. Mavad Papoose 4:09 USD 1.29
2
On Top of My Game (feat. Mavad Papoose 4:09 USD 1.29

Reviews For On Top of My Game (feat. Mavado) - Single By Artist Papoose

  • Papoose is THE MOST Underrated MC

    5
    By Sven Jobenson
    If there's anyone that could honestly be next up after Biggie and Jay as King of NY it's Papoose. I don't see why this guy can't just get the right line up behind him by now. He been fiyah hot for a minute now. The world needs to hear it Pap, make it happen bruv. I been waiting on the Nacirema Dream since you hounded Kay Slay to play ya on his show.
  • we been waiting

    4
    By spartanho3
    been along time coming cant wait
  • Papoose #OnTopOfMyGame

    5
    By @DaEntrepreneuer(Seckaice
    Lyrically @Papooseonline is the meaning of RAP! I don't care what the Oxford Dictionary defines rap as! Nacirema Dream is going to make history! Keep it up thuga!

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