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Album: Wonder Why They Call U Bitch (feat. Faith Evans) - Single

Artist: 2Pac

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

  • Copyright: ℗ 2013 Mothugsrecords

Tracklist For Wonder Why They Call U Bitch (feat. Faith Evans) - Single By Artist 2Pac

Title Artist Time
1
Wonder Why They Call U Bitch ( 2Pac 4:09 USD 1.29

Reviews For Wonder Why They Call U Bitch (feat. Faith Evans) - Single By Artist 2Pac

  • GOAT

    5
    By Turok909
    PAC is the greatest even Notorious BIG wife knew it.
  • If you didn’t know

    5
    By malemodel100
    So Tupac has recorded somgs that were never released when Suge knight sold death row the company who bought it But because Tupac mother passed away the company had to go through courts to get permission to release Old Songs that were recorded on deathrow. The Courts Granted the permission. Soo we couls be hearing unreleased songs here in the near future.
  • Fire

    5
    By Kirk's Father
    He wrote this while smashing the hoe...sup faith!
  • 🔥🔥🔥🔥

    5
    By Djay90
    Hot track!
  • This an unreleased version from 1994

    5
    By angel157800
    Guys this the real original version of the song recorded back in 1994. The one on "All Eyez On Me" is a remake (1996). Any 2Pac fan knows this. This one of many unreleased songs by him. Look up the One Nation album (1996) or Troublesome 21 (1992).
  • is 2pac alive

    2
    By S͟͟w͟͟a͟͟g͟͟
    2oac alive?
  • Legend 🍾

    5
    By Lost Tropical Coconut
    Meaningful 🔥
  • Enough Already

    3
    By Cheese n rice
    Guillermo "Big Caz" Eiland stop doing this. You've been re-releasing the same verses from the same songs and slightly changing the spelling of Copyrighted Artist names and titles of their music for your own financial gain. The traces aren't hard to find. Congratulations on your recent recovery from Steroid Gynecomastia Corrective Surgery and appearing on an episode of Botch. WIsh you well but these collection of mp3s with new artwork need to be taken off of iTunes.
  • Mju13

    5
    By M.j.u
    Good but already on all eyez on me
  • Ok, is it really on "All Eyez On Me"? Man i need to know my history

    5
    By Fat man craft zombie
    Some still say Tupac is alive. Look, I agree that it's a 50-50 % chance he's alive or dead.

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