Just when it seems gangsta rap can’t get any more outrageous, along comes Master P’s latest opus, complete with a title track offering helpful advice to aspiring crack dealers. Indefensible? Sure, but the song’s catchy as hell. And though the Louisiana-based rapper’s sensitive side peeks through (”Gangstas Need Love,” indeed), most of Ghetto D is just as offensively infectious. Guaranteed to raise C. Delores Tucker’s blood pressure to dangerous levels. B
Ghetto D Just when it seems gangsta rap can't get any more outrageous, along comes Master P's latest opus, complete with a title track offering helpful advice...Ghetto DHip-Hop/Rap Just when it seems gangsta rap can't get any more outrageous, along comes Master P's latest opus, complete with a title track offering helpful advice...1997-09-19
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: Master P
Posted September 19 1997 — 12:00 AM EDT
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