Ghetto Gospel

Rod Wave - Ghetto Gospel album wiki, reviews
Artist:   Rod Wave
Album Name:   Ghetto Gospel
Genre:   Hip-Hop/Rap
Relase:   01 November 2019
Tracks:   14
Country:   USA

Ghetto Gospel (Rod Wave) Album Songs

Song TitleTime
1.Sky Priority 2:58
2.Dark Conversations 2:24
3.Close Enough to Hurt 2:15
4.Green Light 2:01
5.Brace Face 2:41
6.Poison 3:15
7.Cuban Links (feat. Kevin Gates) 3:12
8.Soldier Life 2:38
9.Counted Steps 2:53
10.Titanic (feat. Kevin Gates) 3:51
11.Extra 2:24
12.Abandoned 4:06
13.Chip On My Shoulder 1:51
14.Heart On Ice (feat. Lil Durk) 3:15

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  • exoticsound

    5 stars
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  • Nahfrimfrdawg

    5 stars
    Peace NEGUS!. To be black is beautiful!!!!
  • Shep1992

    5 stars
    Vibes. This hits home just straight fire πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
  • SPeri0987

    5 stars
    Lil Noonie On Fire RN!. Every single track is a banger!! I haven’t played anything else since I downloaded it!
  • onee tree

    5 stars
    🐐. Rod a fuckingπŸβ€ΌοΈ
  • jabo taggin

    5 stars
    Flawless. πŸ™…πŸΏβ€β™‚οΈ
  • MsBell1985

    5 stars
    Heart On Ice❀️. I lovvvvvveee this song!! Thank you!πŸ’‹πŸ’‹
  • nhbmir

    5 stars
    Under. Sooo underrated I swear rod wave top 5 πŸ”₯
  • VanDyke_Smoke

    5 stars
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  • determinedhighfico

    5 stars
    He is fireπŸ‘€πŸ˜Ž. This Brother has just changed the music of the future!

Rod Wave - Ghetto Gospel Album Wiki

"Ghetto Gospel" is a song by rapper Tupac Shakur, which was released as the lead single from his 2004 posthumous album Loyal to the Game. The song was produced by rapper Eminem and samples the 1971 Elton John song, "Indian Sunset". The single topped the charts in the United Kingdom (for 3 weeks), Australia, Czech Republic, and the Republic of Ireland. In New Zealand it peaked at number 3. The song was written by Tupac Shakur as an outcry to "end the war on the streets", addressing the futility of racial difference and dissidence, particularly under the unifying banner of poverty. He also pays tribute to murdered black activists Malcolm X and Bobby Hutton in the song. .