Ghetto Dope
Ghetto Dope
Studio album by 5th Ward Boyz


4 May 1993




Hip hop, gangsta rap, Southern hip hop




John Bido, Mike Dean, N.O. Joe, James Smith

Ghetto Dope is the debut album by American hip hop group 5th Ward Boyz, released in 1993 on Rap-A-Lot Records. The album features production from Rap-A-Lot inhouse producers John Bido, N.O. Joe, Mike Dean and James Smith.

It peaked at #176 on the Billboard 200, #19 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #26 on the Heatseekers chart. The album also produced the singles "Thanks for the Blessing" and "Same Ol'", but neither reached the Billboard charts.

Track listingEdit

No. Title Performer(s) Time
1. "Intro" - 0:59
2. "Ho _ _ _ _" 5th Ward Boyz 3:12
3. "Studio Gangster" 5th Ward Boyz, Scarface 4:06
4. "Down Azz Zaggin" 5th Ward Boyz 3:15
5. "_ _ _ _ _ Pleeze" 5th Ward Boyz 3:55
6. "Bringing Hats" 5th Ward Boyz 2:50
7. "5th of Ghetto" 5th Ward Boyz 5:01
8. "Same Ol _ _ _ _" 5th Ward Boyz 3:12
9. "Blood, Sweat & Glory" 5th Ward Boyz 2:56
10. "Gotta Be Down to Die" 5th Ward Boyz 4:07
11. "Undercover Gangstas" 5th Ward Boyz, Lil' J 4:04
12. "Ghetto Curse Words" 5th Ward Boyz 2:13
13. "Punks and Guns" 5th Ward Boyz 3:05
14. "Thanks for the Blessing" 5th Ward Boyz, Bushwick Bill, Devin 4:23
15. "Outro" - 1:17

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