Chamillionaire ft. Rock D & Killer Mike - Charlie Sheen

Posted 5 years ago
Beat Bullies
Playlist Poison 3

#WINNING is something few are naturally capable of. Most people simply have lackluster abilities and insecurities that keep them locked down like over-controlling girlfriends on a Saturday night. Then there are those folks who are constantly winning in multiple fields, like Chamillionaire. Today, Cham shows off his Adonis DNA in the latest installment of his Playlist Poison series by bringing in Killer Mike and Rock D (aka the BLVD Kings) to rock all over his ode to now infamously insane actor Charlie Sheen. Produced by the Beat Bullies, Charlie Sheen packs a punch that knocks you off your high horse complete with heavy claps and intoxicating synths. On the mic Rock D provides the celebratory chorus, Chamillionaire handles two verses and the bridge, and Mike picks up one verse on the assist. Discussing the events and actions that lead to their winning wins, Cham provides another solid addition to his Playlist Poison series (see This My World and When Ya On) and proves that he does indeed have tiger blood running through his veins.

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