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|Throwed in da Game|
|Studio album by|
|Released||April 7, 1998|
|Genre||Southern hip hop|
|Fat Pat chronology|
Throwed in da Game is the second studio album by American rapper Fat Pat from Houston, Texas. Fat Pat has said that the singles "Dirty South" and "I'm A Slicka" were inspired by author James Baldwin's semi-autobiographical novel Go Tell It On The Mountain. AllMusic gave the album four stars, noting that its "derivative beats were offset by Fat Pat's deft rhymes." In a December 2000 Sports Illustrated interview, New York Jets wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson asserted that "Throwed In Da Game" was his favorite rap album.
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