Gorilla Zoe ft. Young Jeezy, Big Boi, Jody Breeze, & Rick Ross - Hood N*gga (Remix)

Posted 9 years ago
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Welcome to the Zoo

As if one remix wasn’t enough, Gorilla Zoe decided to make an “Official Remix” to his underground smash/mainstream single, Hood N*ggaJeezy can be found on the ‘unofficial’ remix, but was brought back again for one more go around.  Legendary ATLien Big Boi provides his unique combination of street sense and eccentric lyricism, and Zoe’s Boyz n da Hood brother Jody Breeze gets the hang of the flow rather easily during his contribution.  Even MIA’s Rick Ross (who Diddy had hinted at recruiting had Zoe not joined) brings his addictive style to the table, demonstrating that even though he’s a millionaire now, he’ll always be hood.  Zoe’s Welcome to the Zoo is set to drop September 25th.

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