SALVA ft. Kurupt, ScHoolboy Q, Problem & Bad Lucc - Drop That B*tch

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Although the Sons of N.W.A. may be touring and putting out music (yes, the group includes the actual sons of Dr. Dre and Eazy-E), it doesn’t mean that other West Coast emcees can’t rework some of the group’s classics. Producer SALVA does right by the original version of Drop That B*tch, adding some Transformer sound effects to give it an updated feel as Kurupt, ScHoolboy Q, Problem, and Bud Lucc give you that Left Coast gangster attitude that you’ve come to expect. Instead of cruising down the street in a six-fo, the all-star team of Cali rappers spread the good word on letting go of a girl that isn’t worth their time. Plus, the chances are that one, if not all, of them got to her before you. Let’s see if the Sons of N.W.A. can hold it down for the OG’s like these guys did on this remodeled version of a classic.

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