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Ghetto refers to a portion of a municipality in which a particular ethnic or racial group lives, often in poor conditions.
Ghetto may also refer to:
- Ghetto (rapper), stage name for the British rapper Justin Jude Clarke Samuel
Art, entertainment, and media
- Ghetto (play), by Joshua Sobol, about the Vilna ghetto in World War II
- "Ghetto" (Akon song), R&B song written by Senegalese-American singer Akon
- "Ghetto" (Kelly Rowland song), R&B song written by American singer Kelly Rowland
- "Ghetto", a 2011 song by Junai Kaden featuring Mumzy Stranger from the album "From Me to You".
- "Ghetto" (August Alsina song), An R&B song by August Alsina
- "Ghetto", a song by P.O.D. from Satellite
- "In the Ghetto" (originally titled "The Vicious Circle"), a 1969 song written by Mac Davis and made famous by Elvis Presley
- "The Ghetto" (Donny Hathaway song), soul song by Donny Hathaway
- "The Ghetto" (Too Short song), hip hop song written by Too Short
- Gay ghetto
- Ghetto Tax
- Ghettoblaster (disambiguation)
- Jewish ghettos in Europe
- Student ghetto
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