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Anyway U Want It - Steady B - Going Steady (CD, Album)

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  1. Sep 09,  · Want to watch this again later? Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Sign in. More. Steady B Going Steady YouTube; Uptown records "Uptown's Kickin' It!" - .
  2. Warren McGlone (born September 17, , in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), known by the stage name Steady B, is an American hip hop emcee who, along with Schoolly D, the Fresh Prince, and Three Times Dope, was one of the first wave of Philadelphia-area emcees to gain notoriety in the mid to late graphinzaticwgistdissotifdnibemime.coinfo B was a member (and de facto leader) of Philadelphia's Hilltop .
  3. GO AD-FREE WITH WHOSAMPLED PREMIUM! Going Steady () Album by Steady B. Nasty Girls. sampled Naughty Girls (Need Love Too) by Samantha Fox () Anyway U Want It. sampled Blues and Pants by James Brown ().
  4. Goin' Steady Lyrics: Who's goin' steady? / Who's goin' steady? / Who's goin' steady with you? / Who's goin' steady? / Who's goin' steady? / Who's goin' steady with you? / .
  5. Let the Hustlers Play is the third album by Steady B. Steady B & Dj Tat Money Going Steady. 1,+ views. Anyway U Want It. 2,+ views. YouTube. Journey Through Funky Sound. 2,+ views. YouTube. Through Thick-n-Thin. 1,+ views.
  6. Going Steady is the fourth album by Steady B. Track listing "Analogy of a Black Man" "Ego Trippin'" "Use Me Again" "Stone Cold Hustler" "Attitude Problem" "Nasty Girls" "Going Steady" "New Breed" "Mac Daddy" "Anyway U Want It" "Purple Haze".
  7. Steady B - Going Steady - Jive Records J - - New - Sealed. Tracks: Analogy Of A Black Man Ego Trippin' Use Me Again Stone Cold Hustler Attitude Problem Nasty Girls Going Steady New Breed Mac Daddy Anyway U Want It Purple Haze. Steady B - Going Steady collectible vinyl lp record album for sale. Buy Going Steady, used vinyl record.
  8. Steady B is actually a pretty good name for Steady B. He's a b-class rapper, and he can rap in one and one single way. Generic, monotonic at times, subject matter has been the same for 5 years now. Steady as it gets. The thing is I stopped caring after the first album.

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