My Ghetto Report Card

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My Ghetto Report Card
Studio album by E-40
Released March 14, 2006 (U.S.)
Recorded 2005-2006
Genre Hyphy, Hip-hop, West Coast Hip-Hop, Crunk
Length 01:14:45
Label Warner Bros., Asylum, BME, Sick Wid It
Producer Lil Jon, Rick Rock, Droop-E
E-40 chronology
Breakin' News
(2003)
My Ghetto Report Card
(2006)
The Ball Street Journal
(2008)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars 2006
Robert Christgau (3-star Honorable Mention) 2006
Entertainment Weekly B+ 2006
The Guardian 4/5 stars 2006
HipHopDX 4/5 stars 2006
Okayplayer 4/5 stars 2006
RapReviews 7/10 stars 2006
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars 2006 at the Wayback Machine (archived July 26, 2008)
USA Today 3.5/4 stars 2006

My Ghetto Report Card is the ninth studio album by long-time Bay Area rapper E-40. It was released on March 14, 2006. The album contains two of E-40's most well-known singles, "Tell Me When to Go", and "U and Dat." The album cover has the fraternity emblem of Theta Nu Epsilon for reasons unknown.

The album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart and the Billboard Hip-Hop/R&B chart,[1] and has spawned the hit singles, "U and Dat" and "Tell Me When to Go".[2] The album has been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).[3]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Performer(s) Songwriters Producer Time
1 "Yay Area"
  • E-40
Ishmael Butler, T.J. Jackson, Earl Stevens,
Ricardo Thomas, Mary Ann Vieira
Rick Rock 3:48
2 "Tell Me When to Go" D. McDaniels, R. Simmons, J.K. Simmons,
J. Smith, Stevens, C. Williams
Lil Jon 4:01
3 "Muscle Cars"
  • Verse 1: E-40
  • Verse 2: Keak Da Sneak
  • Verse 3: Turf Talk
  • Chorus: E-40 & Keak Da Sneak
D. Bernstein, Smith, Stevens, Williams Lil Jon 4:02
4 "Go Hard or Go Home"
  • Verse 1: E-40
  • Verse 2: Goldie
  • Verse 3: Stress & Doom
A. Caldwell, Jackson, M. Selmon,
Stevens, Thomas
Rick Rock 3:53
5 "Gouda"
  • Verse 1/Verse 2: E-40
  • Verse 3: B-Legit
  • Verse 4: Stressmatic
  • Chorus: Stressmatic/B-Legit/E-40
Jackson, Brandt Jones, Stevens, Thomas Rick Rock 5:03
6 "Sick Wid It II"
  • Verses: E-40
  • Chorus: Turf Talk
D. Bernstein, Stevens, Earl Stevens, Jr. Droop-E 3:28
7 "JB Stomp Down" (skit) Lil Jon 0:19
8 "They Might Be Taping"
  • E-40
Stevens, Thomas Rick Rock 3:55
9 "Do Ya Head Like This"
  • E-40
Stevens, Thomas Rick Rock 4:45
10 "Block Boi"
  • Verse 1/Verse 3: E-40
  • Verse 2: Miko
  • Chorus: Stressmatic
Jackson, Stevens, M. Whitemon, M. Your Studio ToN 3:46
11 "White Gurl" Chad Butler, G. Cooper, Bernard Cooper,
LaRon James, J. Malloy, R. Sheriff, Smith,
Stevens, W. Stroman
Lil Jon 4:23
12 "Getthefuckon.com (Part I)" (skit) Lil Jon 1:16
13 "U and Dat"
  • Verse 1: T-Pain & E-40
  • Verse 2: E-40
  • Verse 3: Kandi & E-40
  • Chorus: T-Pain
Alphonzo Bailey, Kandi Burruss, Faheem Najm,
Smith, Stevens
Lil Jon 3:22
14 "I'm da Man" Bailey, L. Jefferson, Mike Jones,
C.P. Love, Smith, Stevens
Lil Jon 4:07
15 "Yee"
  • Verse 1/Chorus: E-40
  • Verse 2: Too Short
  • Verse 3: Budda
B. Medlock, Todd Shaw, Smith, Stevens Lil Jon 4:33
16 "Getthefuckon.com (Part II)" (Skit) Lil Jon 1:05
17 "Just Fuckin'"
  • Verse 1/Verse 2: E-40
  • Verse 3/Verse 4/Chorus: Bosko
B. Kante, Stevens Bosko 4:15
18 "Gimme Head"
  • Verse 1: E-40
  • Verse 2: Al Kapone
  • Verse 3: Bosko
  • Chorus: Bosko & Al Kapone
Bailey, Kante, Love,
J.C. Phillips, Smith, Stevens
Lil Jon 6:01
19 "She Say She Loves Me"
  • Verse 1/Chorus: E-40
  • Verse 2: 8Ball
  • Verse 3: Bun B
Butler, George Clinton, W.O. Collins,
G. Cooper, B. Freeman, L. Jefferson,
Love, G. Shider, Smith,
Premro Smith, Stevens
Lil Jon 5:18
20 "Happy to Be Here"
  • Verses: E-40
  • Chorus: D.D. Artis
Kante, Stevens Droop-E 3:29

Samples[edit]

  • "Yay Area" - Contains a sample of "Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)" by Digable Planets
  • "Tell Me When to Go" - Contains a sample of "Dumb Girl" by Run-DMC
  • "White Gurl" - Contains a sample of "A Fly Girl" by Boogie Boys
  • "She Say She Loves Me" - Contains a sample of "Diamonds & Wood" by UGK

Album chart positions[edit]

Chart Peak positions
US Billboard 200 1[4]
US Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums 1[5]
US Billboard Top Rap Albums 1[6]

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