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  1. Kagazilkree Reply

    Beat ist nichts Besonderes, Yung Joc und sein Gast Gorilla Zoe rappen auch nicht all zu toll und dazu kommt der nervige Kindergesang im Hook. Insgesamt eher eine Nummer für Jährige, aber kein wirkliches Highlight für die ältere Generation, die sich etwas besser mit Rap auskennt/5(21).

  2. Gagrel Reply

    Aug 28,  · YUNG JOC:HUSTLENOMICS,CD,RAP,Released 08/28/,Pre-owned

  3. Tygogore Reply

    Hustlenomics (2-LPs) by Yung Joc - Vinyl LP () for $ from drivmaylycharmavenleresincnokeepdy.coinfo Urban & Rap Entertainment Weekly: '[T]he rhymester confidently wraps his unhurried drawl around the hugest, most sparkling synths that exec producer P. Diddy's riches can buy.' -- Grade: A- - /5(15).

  4. Faujora Reply

    Popular Yung Joc albums Bitch I'm Joc. Grind Flu. Hustlenomic$ New Joc City. I Know You See It (CD Single) Coffee Shop ' Show all albums by Yung Joc.

  5. Kelar Reply

    Aug 28,  · Nigga I'm a G, now who the fuck you think you playin with? [Hook] - repeat 2X [Young Dro] This your boy Young Dro right here You know I'm a G~! Ay look Pull up on the scene, bitch I'm .

  6. Faern Reply

    Yung Joc Hustlenomics Hustlenomics (Skit) Play Your Cards Coffee Shop feat. Gorilla Zoe Bottle Poppin' feat. Gorilla Zoe Hell Yeah Cut Throat feat. Block, The Game & Jim Jones Hustlemania (Skit) I'm A G feat. Bun B & Young Dro BYOB Pak Man Getting 2 Da Money feat. Gorilla Zoe& Mike Carlito Brand /5(10).

  7. Faeran Reply

    – Yung Joc: Hustlemania (Skit) 30 – Yung Joc: I'm A G Featuring – Bun B, Young Dro: 31 – Yung Joc: Byob: 32 – Yung Joc: Pak Man: 33 – Yung Joc: Getting To Da Money Featuring – Gorilla Zoe, Mike Carlito: 34 – Yung Joc: Brand New Featuring – Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg: 35 – Yung Joc: Livin' The Life Featuring – Southerngirl:

  8. Vudokree Reply

    I've never been a huge fan of Yung Joc, but I heard from other people that his latest album Hustlenomics is much better than his first album. I didn't hear his first album, but I listened to THIS and while there are some good moments, there are more moments that are not-so-good/5.

  9. Mazugami Reply

    Yung Joc. Rapper Yung Joc (born Jasiel Robinson) learned about running his own business from his father, who owned a hair-care products drivmaylycharmavenleresincnokeepdy.coinfo was also his father who gave a teenage Yung Joc his first break, writing a jingle for the Revlon company. Joc decided right then that the hip-hop business was for him, but he needed time to find his own style.

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