Question ft. Smoke DZA & Devin The Dude - Just Look (Remix)

Posted 7 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Phonix
Album:
Cinematic MG & DJBooth.net Present: Good Talk (Vol. 8)

Last week, we were the first site to feature Smoke DZA‘s Kush Blow, a cut off the forthcoming, DJBooth.net-cosponsored Good Talk (Vol. 8) mixtape.  Today, we are proud to bring readers the world premiere of another leaked track.  Intoxicated emcee Question helms this new remix of Just Look, a record that, while not entirely devoted to the enjoyment of high-quality weed, shares the hazy feel of the previously-featured cut.  After the San Antonio native spits his abridged life story (I was breastfed pimp juice, soul in my Similac…”), Smoke DZA jumps in to address his doubters in an aggressive guest verse.  Devin the Dude manages to sound simultaneously hostile and drowsy on his β€œIf you don’t like it, man, then f*ck it” hook, and L.A.‘s Phonix adds a little West Coast flavor on his downtempo beat.  Cinematic Music Group & DJBooth.net Present: Good Talk (Vol. 8) drops April 15th, but stay tuned for more exclusive leaks in the weeks to come.

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