All City - Who Dat? FLAC album
Mf'n Music - Heart of the City (Who Dat).
Текст песни: Nigga Who dat? Hair in the air like Bart Self-made man like Stark Nigga who da. .
was sampled in. The Actual by All City (1998). Get Out of My Life, Woman by Iron Butterfly (1968).
All City was an American hip hop duo from Brooklyn, New York, comprised of MCs J. Mega and Greg Valentine. The duo’s name is derived from the graffiti term all city, a label used for writers who tagged train lines running throughout all New York City, successful getting up throughout the city. All City formed in 1993, after both rappers performed solo sets at a Lyricist Lounge event. The duo’s first promo single, Who Dat b/w Metrotheme, was released through Armee in 1995. That same year, the duo appeared on Onyx’s sophomore album All We Got Iz Us, featured on the track Getto Mentalitee. Valentine also made a solo appearance on the album, appearing on Purse Snatchaz. Three years later, the duo appeared again on Onyx’s third group album Shut ‘Em Down, being featured on the tracks Fuck Dat and Overshine.
All City Who Dat (1998).
Who Dat - Camden All-City Band. Who Dat?": Theme Of Q, by Sir J. Extract Chords. Who DAT said (new orleans saints).
ATTN WHO DAT NATION: They are asking on wwl radio for a song to replace stand up and get crunk. Broadcasting & Media Production Company. 6,747 talking about this. September 2, 2013 ·. 4 Pics 1 Song - Android Apps on Google Play. Heart of the City (Who Dat) Fan Page. August 12, 2010 ·. Are you ready for some football?
Dey say who dat? Nigga we dat 2 days trey day so I guess ya tryna 3 dat Never ever ever serve a nigga where ya sleep at Police be at ya door nigga you ain't tryna see dat. See my suicide watch stay on suicide watch Kill yourself, yeah dem suicide rocks Had the nerve to write me a Dear Young letter Killin' 'em young, you shoulda known better. I pay too much, you niggas play to much Let the swag do the talking, I don't say too much You niggas sayin' too much Mr 1. you niggas paying to much. Nigga we dat Young live on da track. Thug motivation, it's a straight celebration I seen Jizzle in his chopper outside central station This ain't a mixtape, but the tapes mixed Black tape, grey tape all on one brick.
Who dat? is both an African-American Vernacular English (AAVE) and lower middle- and working-class white pronunciation of the question "who's that?". Recently, the phrase "Who dat?" has become a chant of team support. It is most widely used by fans of the New Orleans Saints, an American football team. The entire chant is: "Who dat? Who dat? Who dat say dey gonna beat dem Saints?" "Who dat" may also be used as a noun, describing a Saints fan.
|A1||Who Dat? (Dirty Version) (No Cutzs)||1:17|
|A2||Metro Theme (Dirty Version)||4:11|
|A3||Metro Theme (Instrumental)||4:10|
|B1||Who Dat? (Clean Version)||1:17|
|B2||Metro Theme (Clean Version)||4:11|
|B3||Who Dat? (Intsrumental)||1:17|
|B4||Metro Theme (Acapella Without Claps)||4:10|
- Manufactured By – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Marketed By – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Hub-Servall Record Mfg. Corp.
- Mastered At – Hit Factory Mastering
- Mastered By – CG*
NotesPromotional Use Only - Not For Sale
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): PRO-1191-1-A HFM cg HuBTV
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): PRO-1191-B-1