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Album: Get It Poppin' (feat. Nelly) [Radio Version] - Single

Artist: Fat Joe

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Explicitness: cleaned
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2005 RT Industries

Tracklist For Get It Poppin' (feat. Nelly) [Radio Version] - Single By Artist Fat Joe

Title Artist Time
Get It Poppin' (feat. Nelly) [ Fat Joe 3:31 USD 1.29

Reviews For Get It Poppin' (feat. Nelly) [Radio Version] - Single By Artist Fat Joe

  • good beat to it

    By lesliew508
    Rap is not normally in my music library but I like the beat of this song!
  • oldie, but goodie

    By Lil binka
    Just heard this on Ellen today....what a great beat! Putting it on my "Vegas Baby" mix immediately!
  • Great But Uh

    By Kzreape
    We need the explicit verson!!
  • Get It Poppin

    By eat-sleep-ipod
    Many great club songs came out in 2005. This one is definitely one of them! It has a great chorus line and the beats are sick. Plus Nelly is in it and he's pretty cool.
  • one of the best songs ever

    By biggg joee
    song came out in 05 and im still listenin 2 it in 08
  • I love fat joe

    By damaxta
    fat joe is the most awesome rapper in the entire world. nelly is almost as good.
  • crap

    By curtis1219
    it sounds like every other pop song made
  • only good song is get it poppin

    By ItalianMac94
    thats the only good song there is in the cd and that eventually gets annoying

    By korag
  • What you gonna do?

    By Anon- MTC
    I'mma get get get it poppin!!- its the summer anthem of 2005, great song

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