DJ Khaled ft. Young Jeezy, Juelz Santana, Rick Ross, Lil’ Wayne & Fat Joe - Brown Paper Bag

Posted 9 years ago
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DJ Khaled has concocted yet another all-star line-up, made of primarily the same heavy hitters, for the single Brown Paper Bag off his upcoming album, We The Best.  Not just including artists from Khaled’s home city of Miami (and surrounding Southern cities) Rick Ross, Young Jeezy and Lil’ Wayne are joined by New York brethren Fat Joe and Juelz Santana.  The verses are quick, in order to include everyone on the track, however each adds a distinct flair and energy.  The song is produced by duo Cool & Dre and finds Dre doing some singing on the chorus and bridge; who knew?

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