Whaddup (feat. Chuck D, Travis Barker, Tom Morello & DJ Z-Trip) - Single LL COOL J Hip-Hop/Rap Music 2013 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Whaddup (feat. Chuck D, Travis Barker, Tom Morello & DJ Z-Trip) - Single

Artist: LL COOL J

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2013 SLG, LLC

Tracklist For Whaddup (feat. Chuck D, Travis Barker, Tom Morello & DJ Z-Trip) - Single By Artist LL COOL J

Title Artist Time
Whaddup (feat. Chuck D, Travis LL COOL J 4:06 USD 1.29

Reviews For Whaddup (feat. Chuck D, Travis Barker, Tom Morello & DJ Z-Trip) - Single By Artist LL COOL J

  • Whaddup!

    By hgdgdhj
    Great track with classic artists!
  • LL Hard as Hell

    By Black2Life
    The God on the mic. Classic Chuck D Pure greatness more please!!!
  • LL's back!

    By R.E.I.
    LL is back with possibly the greatest song to ever mix rock and rap together... people are saying he makes rap look bad... sorry, but you are terribly wrong... 2 Chainz and Rick Ross make the rap game look bad... LL is a legend and he still has it! Everybody should take notes from this and learn how to write, record, and produce a great song!
  • It's About Time

    By BklynCrownHgts
    I'm old school hip hop and reign from the BK and love LL from My Radio to the battle with Kool Moe Dee (Jack the Ripper!!), Headsprung, etc. Thanks LL :-)
  • REally?

    By azander
    All of the artists in this video are excellent and I have multiple albums from most of them, but this song is pointless and tells no meaningful story unlike their other works.
  • welcome back Cool J

    By SmokeGrapesEveryday
    I just came upon this song today and bought it right away. nice collabo of talent and throwback to live hip hop

    By Joashman
    This song is freakin cool
  • This is real hip hop!!!!

    By Jlam1023
    Just to here LL and Chuck D rip it, shows there is hope. Because today's version is killing the Genre
  • YEP

    By recognizin lyrics
    Nobody could F wit LL......reppin for Queens
  • The good stuff is back!

    By Tamwee
    This is real old school!! After growing up with Curtis Blow, Salt & Peppa, Public Enemy & LL I can't listen today's rap-filth. This is refreshing and good.

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