E-40 ft. Snoop Dogg & The Game - Pain No More

Posted about 8 years ago
Tags: E-40 , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Jonathan "J.R." Rotem
Album:
Ball Street Journal

Legendary Vallejo wordsmith E-40 elaborates on California’s harsher days on his new track, Pain No More. Straight from 40 Water’s forthcoming twelfth album, Ball Street Journal, the record features The Game and Snoop Dogg sharing in his pain.  For a man whose gift of gab has been used by almost every legend in the game, 40 is more than complemented by his counterparts on Pain No More. Behind the boards, J.R. Rotem produces a soulful West Coast collaboration that showcases each emcee’s storytelling abilities.  As the newest addition to this Left Coast vet’s discography, Ball Street Journal will cover all the angles, fill in all the holes and serve as another memorable release.  Fa-shiggadell?

E-40 Snoop Dogg The Game Club

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