G-Eazy ft. Remo & Rick Ross - I Mean It (Remix)

Posted 2 years ago
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G-Eazy‘s new album, These Things Happen, has been the success Eazy was hoping for, so what better way to celebrate than with a heavyweight remix? (Well, I can think of a few better ways to celebrate, but Eazy’s probably doing all of those things as well.) For the official remix to album single I Mean It, none other than Rick Ross himself drops by to lay down a typically stuntin verse over Eazy and Remo‘s original vocals. Better than the original? You tell us.

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