D-Lo ft. E-40, Beeda Weeda & The Jacka - No Hoe (Remix)

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: D-Lo
Featuring:
Producer:
DJ Fresh
Album:
The Tonite Show With D-Lo

If you thought hyphy’s time in the Booth had come and gone, think again—we’re still down with tracks that make you go dumb!  On April 7, D-Lo released independent album The Tonite Show With D-Lo, fueled by local smash No Hoe (note the rapper’s MySpace and Twitter URLs,).  Seeing the track’s massive Bay Area success, two of D-Lo’s neighbors have jumped on DJ Fresh‘s off-the-wall beat for the official remix.  Area icon E-40 kicks things off with a brand-new verse, perfectly capturing the original’s raucous vibe.  40 Water’s a hard man to top around these parts, but Beeda Weeda and The Jacka prove more than able to keep pace as they assure listeners that they still don’t love No Hoe.  And that, my friends, is what hyphy is all about—yadadamean?

D-Lo E-40 The Jacka

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