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Pimp C Speaks - Pimp C, 17* - Certified (CD, Album)

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8 comments on “ Pimp C Speaks - Pimp C, 17* - Certified (CD, Album)
  1. Vizuru says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Certified on Discogs. Label: UGK Records - none,Major Entertainment (2) - none • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Gangsta – Pimp C: Pimp C Speaks.
  2. Mekus says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Certified: Pimp C Presents, Vol. 17 - Pimp C on AllMusic -
  3. Shale says:
    Pimp C Presents 17 Certified - Hoggin Re-release by 17thehogg, released 1. 01 Pimp C Speaks 1 2. 02 Back 2 Da Street 3. 03 True Story 4. 04 Get Money 5. 05 Pimp C Speaks 2 6. 06 Mack On 7. 07 Hold On 8. 08 Why Do They Hate Me 9. 09 Pimp C Speaks 3 10 Massacre 11 You Don't Want It With Me 12 Money Being Made 13 Young Rayful 14 She Like My Swagger .
  4. Meztirr says:
    Pimp C - Luister naar Pimp C op Deezer. Met muziekstreaming op Deezer kan je nu meer dan 56 miljoen nummers ontdekken, je eigen afspeellijsten maken en .
  5. Nelabar says:
    Long Live the Pimp is the fifth solo studio album by American rapper Pimp C. It was released on December 4, , on the eighth anniversary of his death, making it his third posthumous solo release. Production was handled primarily by Mr. Lee, except for six tracks.
  6. Kagajar says:
    Pimp C's debut studio album, The Sweet James Jones Stories was released in March , composed of material recorded prior to Pimp C's incarceration. After being released from prison in December , Pimp C released his second solo studio album Pimpalation in July and peaked at #3 on the US Billboard and topped the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop.
  7. Magar says:
    Pimp C - Long Live The Pimp (Full Album) Mass Appeal Records; 16 videos; , views; Last updated on Dec 3,
  8. Doulkis says:
    about. With partner Bun B, rapper Pimp C (born Chad Butler) formed UGK and helped put hardcore Houston, Texas hip-hop in the spotlight, but he's also known for being at the center of a street-level campaign that sold nearly as many T-shirts as the "Yayo's H.