9 thoughts on “ Gs Up (Dirty) - Jim Jones (2) - What You Been Drankin On (Vinyl)

  1. Jim Jones - What You Been Drinkin On / G's Up - funcchildsacbimatoo.terselfpahumbheartkahylencomplefire.co Music Skip to main content Jim Jones (Artist) Format: Vinyl. See all formats and editions Hide other and Jha'Jha What You Been Drinkin On (Clean), What You Been Drinkin On (Dirty), What You Been Drinkin On (Inst), G's Up (Clean), G's Up (Dirty), G's Up (Inst) feat. Max B.
  2. What You Been Drankin On? Lyrics: DipSet motherfuckers / Jha Jha, Jim Jones, y'all motherfuckers must have lost / Y'all minds Paul funcchildsacbimatoo.terselfpahumbheartkahylencomplefire.co call me Diddy / Y'all motherfuckers must have lost y.
  3. What you been drankin on? lyrics: [P. Diddy Talking Intro] DipSet motherf**kers Jha Jha, Jim Jones, y'all motherf**kers must have lost Y'all minds Paul funcchildsacbimatoo.terselfpahumbheartkahylencomplefire.co call .
  4. Jul 21,  · Jim Jones Jha Jha What You Been Drinkin On. Noma Cahill. Jim Jones feat. Jha Jha, P. Diddy & Paul Wall-What You Been. Yasin Demirer. Jim Jones ft Diddy, Paul Wall & Jha' Jha' What You Been Drankin' On. KoreaMusic. JIM JONES ft. PUFF DIDDY - we flyh high We Fly High Remix DIRTY VERSION - TI, P Diddy & Jim Jones. Grdgez. 4.
  5. What You Been Drankin On? lyrics: (P. Diddy -talkin') Dip Set Muthafuckas!!! Jha-Jha (Imma smack a muthafucka) Jim Jones, Paul Wall (Imma smack a muthafucka) They call me Diddy . (Yall muthafuckas must have lost ya.
  6. Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One Distribution US What You Been Drankin On · Jim Jones Harlem - Diary Of A Summer ℗ Koch Records Released on:
  7. Aug 23,  · What You Been Drankin' On? Co-producer – Magoo (9), P. Diddy Featuring – Jha-Jha, P. Diddy, Paul Wall Producer – Hannon Lane: Harlem Producer – Jimmy The Greek, Shiest Bub: Confront Ya Babe Featuring – Cardan, Max B (2) Producer – Tuneheadz: Summer Wit' Miami Featuring – Trey Songz Producer – Knoxville: I'm In.
  8. JIMMY JONES Vinyl Records and CDs: NOT to be confused with the pianist Jimmy Jones. Jimmy "Handyman" Jones is an afro-american soul singer and songwriter who moved to New York City while a teenager. In he joined his first doo wop group, the Berliners, who soon changed their name to the Sparks of Rhythm. He formed one year later his own.

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