Released back in April with verses only from Chris Brown, the VA native’s parts remain intact as 2 Chainz and Snoop add a spark to the Drumma Boy produced gem, which as it stands, will probably appear on Fortune — quite possibly as an iTunes bonus — or not.
Nothing out of the ordinary — Spitta and Uncle Snoop smoke it up — and also talk about, ya know, the best weed strains. Hilarity as always. And right under this clip, Curren$y breaks down his Stoned Immaculate album (due out June 5th) with XXL’s own Shaheem Reid.
After much fluff talk pertaining to the whereabouts about Curtis and DJ Drama’s collaborative mixtape, a new track hit the internet last night entitled “Remain Calm,” featuring Fiddy’s artist Precious Paris and Snoop Dogg, and for which has been confirmed to appear on the latter. The project, which is aptly titled The Lost Tape will make its’ impact online coming May 15th.
Download link here: 50 Cent Ft. Snoop Dogg & Precious Paris – Remain Calm
Dre & Snoop brought the 2012 Coachella Festival in a MAJOR way to say the least. The duo performed for about an hour and a half, bringing out guests such as Wiz Khalifa, Warren G, Tha Dogg Pound, Kendrick Lamar & more! Part 2 after the jump…
Undoubtedly the Doggfather’s most recent cracks at giving his loyal Westies any form of musical eargasms has particularly simmered down in the last few years, or more-so since crossing the 40 year old plateau. Following the release of his stinker collaborative soundtrack with his chronic smoking buddy Wiz Khalifa, for which both played High Schoolers in the accompanying film, and which received equally bad reviews, the left coast vet is prepping to drop yet another project, however, this — a warm-up EP entitled “Stoners” — is set to serve as a precursor to his twelfth solo album Reincarnated. You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to know what he’s kickin’ in this song, but let’s admit it, those bars aren’t as in-depth (not that it entirely used to be) nor as tough since hitting the senior citizen mark in Hip Hop, but one thing’s for sure, if you need a 4/20 track to seep into for your smoke-a-thon sessions…Calvin Broadus serves as the savior, more or less the Ghostbuster to your
ghostly weedly problems. Maybe he does, maybe he doesn’t, take a whiff of it down below. And if this doesn’t get ya’ll riled up, stans can expect he, Em and the good Doctor’s Coachella set to wash the unsatisfied tastes outta your mouths…pause!!!
Some unreleased music from Calvin Broadus, however the song’s placement/whereabouts isn’t entirely known, but as a reference to the Malice N Wonderland era (album) as he drops towards the end of the cut, it is rumored to be off of it. Let it be known, it’s also a rough edit: