|Studio album by Cham|
|Released|| 15 August 2006|
Ghetto Story is the first album released on a major label by the Jamaican dancehall artist Cham, previously known as Baby Cham, released on 15 August 2006.
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|1||"Ghetto Story"||Dave Kelly||4:10|
|3||"Rude Boy Pledge"||3:33|
|4||"Bring It On" (Remix)||Majic Massey||3:10|
|5||"Don't Test Me"||3:32|
|6||"Wah Dem a Seh Now?"||3:45|
|7||"Fat Punnany Girl (Hottie Hottie Girl)"||Majic Massey||4:45|
|8||"Bad Boys"||Tia Jean||3:56|
|10||"Talk to Me"||4:11|
|12||"Love It Like That"||3:26|
|13||"Girl"||Jimmy Cheez Trix||3:50|
|15||"Ghetto Story Chapter 2"||Alicia Keys||4:45|
|16||"Ghetto Story Chapter 3"||Akon||4:22|
|17||"Bad Mind" (bonus track)||3:39|
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