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E-40 My Ghetto Report Card

E-40 My Ghetto Report Card

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Having helped bring ghetto slang like "It's all good" and "fo'shezzy, fo'shizzle" to the mainstream (and all the way to the 'burbs in some cases), West Coaster E-40 has earned his place among hip-hop's groundbreakers. His 2006 album, MY GHETTO REPORT CARD, produced by Lil John and Rick Rock, is evidence that 40's innovative musical style continues to influence the genre both musically and linguistically.

The veteran rapper invites a host of guests, including Bay-area talent The Federation ("Go Hard or Go Home") and R&B crooner T-Pain ("U and Dat"), to contribute to MY GHETTO REPORT CARD. And while the platinum-selling MC delivers his own laid-back flow over thick bass kicks and catchy hand-claps, he also introduces the "hyphy" movement to a national audience. Basically the Bay Area's version of crunk, hyphy is a jittery, fast paced, synth-powered strain of hip-hop that will keep the clubs bouncing and the heads nodding as long E-40 has anything to say about it.

1. Yay Area

2. Tell Me When To Go - Featuring Keak Da Sneak

3. Muscle Cars - Featuring Keak Da Sneak & Turf Talk

4. Go Hard Or Go Home - Featuring The Federation

5. Gouda - Featuring B-Legit & Stressmatic

6. Sick Wid It II - Featuring Turf Talk

7. JB Stomp Down (Skit)

8. They Might Be Taping

9. Do Ya Head Like This

10. Block Boi - Featuring Miko & Stressmatic

11. White Gurl - Featuring Bun B, Pimp C & Juelz Santana

12. Get The F***, Pt.1 (Skit)

13. U And Dat - Featuring T-Pain & Kandi Girl

14. I'm Da Man - Featuring Mike Jones & Al Kapone

15. Yee - Featuring Too $hort & Budda

16. Get The F***, Pt.2 (Skit)

17. Just F***in - Featuring Bosko

18. Gimme H*** - Featuring Al Kapone & Bosko

19. She Say She Loves Me - Featuring 8 Ball & Bun B

20. Happy To Be Here - Featuring D.D. Artis
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