Yo yo, the dog is here
Yo yo, the dog is here
Yo yo, the dog is here
Yo yo

Where the East Coast at? (Come on)
Where the West Coast at? (Come on)
Where the Midwest at? (Come on)
Where the Dirty Dirty at? (Come on)

Where the East Coast at? (Come on)
Where the West Coast at? (Come on)
Where the Midwest at? (Come on)
Where the Dirty Dirty at?

Where the hood, where the hood, where the hood at?
Have that nigga in the cut, where the wood at?
Oh, them niggas actin up? Where the wolves at?
You better bust that if you gon' pull that

Where the hood, where the hood, where the hood at?
Have that nigga in the cut, where the wood at?
Oh, them niggas actin up? Where the wolves at?
You better bust that if you gon' pull that

Is you crazy?

Where the hood, where the hood, where the hood at?
Have that nigga in the cut, where the wood at?
Oh, them niggas actin up? Where the wolves at?
You better bust that if you gon' pull that

Where the hood, where the hood, where the hood at?
Have that nigga in the cut, where the wood at?
Oh, them niggas actin up? Where the wolves at?
You better bust that if you gon' pull that

Yo, yo, yo yo, yo
Yo, yo, yo yo, yo

Once it's on, I come though, guns is drawn
(Blap blap) lungs is gone, sons will mourn
From dusk 'til dawn, nighttime belongs to the dog
On the street past midnight, look for 'em in the morgue
I don't play with these cats 'cause I ain't got nothin' to say to these cats
For the mothers that really do love 'em, please pray for these cats
'Cause I know they all hardheaded but I ain't got the patience
Don't want me havin' no patience turn into more patients
More trips to ICU 'cause I see you
Tryna get away with things a real wouldn't do
Where my dogs at? (Right here)
See them niggas? (Right where?)
Get 'em boy (Right there)
That's how we do (Alright then)
Yeah, this is for my dogs, this is for my dogs
Yo, where we at, baby? (Creepin' through the fog)
From then 'til now, don't ask me how
Know that we gon' roll like them cats and hit every block on the job

Where the hood, where the hood, where the hood at?
Have that nigga in the cut, where the wood at?
Oh, them niggas actin up? Where the wolves at?
You better bust that if you gon' pull that

Where the hood, where the hood, where the hood at?
Have that nigga in the cut, where the wood at?
Oh, them niggas actin up? Where the wolves at?
You better bust that if you gon' pull that (come on)

Where the hood at?
It's all good
It's all good, dog is the hood (I am the hood)
It's all good, dog is the hood (I am the streets)
It's all good, dog is the hood
It's all good, dog is the hood (take it how you want, mother)
It's all good, dog is the hood (I'm in the hood all day)
I think I'm like the only, dog
That can go to the projects he grew up in by his self and be good (School Street)
Yeah, ask on my project (Y.O.)
When the last time they seen dog (Y.O.)
Not too long ago, baby
D, Y, ugh
Kato (Where the hood at?)


Lyrics submitted by foffof

Where the Hood At [AXIOMATIC Remix] Lyrics as written by Darrin Dean, Kasseem Dean, Antonio M Hardy, Earl Simmons

Lyrics © CAK MUSIC PUBLISHING, INC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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  • +1
    General Comment

    this song is great, i just hate how homophobe he isss agh

    ANTWANmyMANon February 26, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    I'd agree with ANTWAN there, it's pretty catchy, very energetic, but it seems like a rapper who's been out there for as long as DMX has been could come up with better insults than "Lol, ur gay"

    Slightly_Shinobion August 16, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    I do hate how homophobic it is. And I don't really like rap, especially not this kind. But it's very catchy, especially the chorus. I'll give it that.

    lollercoasteron August 16, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    FIRST!!! Awesome song, but the chorus melody is what makes it brilliant for me.

    foffofon May 17, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This guy is fckin crazy. I love it. Song's crazy good too. YEE!

    jkdudeon November 22, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    this song is insane, but its not meant to be thoughtful- its just a pumped-up ass-kicking song, good for getting adrenaline going

    D-Genon September 25, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    lol @ School for Scoundrals

    kmk_natashaon December 09, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    homophobic?

    Once I split ya ass in two, you'll be twice as butt

    Since we all right here, you hold my dick while he suckin it

    I beat my dick and bust off in ya eye so you can see me comin/cumin

    Am I the only one who caught that? Am I the only person in the world who heard what that man said after he just got through saying he shows no love for a nigga who fucks another nigga but yet the nigga wants a Ménage à trois with some other niggas? Tell me someone else caught that.

    Blackmofasa9on December 24, 2008   Link
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    General Comment

    rofl... this song makes me laugh so hard, the rhythm, the melody and the bass is hell of a catchy, and even tho i really dont like rap, i just cant stop moving to the beat. But the lyrics are soooooooooooooo bad, they are surreal, stupid and in every way just laughable. There's a reason why this song has become a meme, if you dont know what im talking about, Google "Where da hood at meme" without the ".

    Kungkisstankon November 01, 2010   Link

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