B.G. ft. Birdman, Lil Wayne & Magnolia Chop - Back to the Money (Remix)

Posted 6 years ago
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Too Hood 2 Be Hollywood

Hold on to your hats! Back to the Money, the lead single off B.G.‘s 11th studio album, has received… drumroll, please… a remix! OK, OK, this might not be as “unexpected” as the artist claims in the intro but still, fans of the Cash Money rapper should find the latest version of the track a pleasant non-surprise. This time around, Baby Gangster and hookman Magnolia Chop are joined by everyone’s favorite (adoptive) father-son team; Weezy F. laces his verse with the most creative (“interview/linen suit/lemon juice”) and least creative (“motherf*cker/motherf*cker”) rhymes I’ve heard all day, while Birdman comes with the same brand of love-it-or-hate it lyrical stunting we’ve come to expect. While I would be surprised if this revamp converted anyone who didn’t dig the original, the added star power certainly doesn’t hurt the record’s appeal – what do you think, Booth readers? Whatever your take on the matter, you can find plenty more where this came from on the N.O. native’s Too Hood 2 Be Hollywood LP, released last December and available now in stores and online.

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