Slim Thug ft. Devin The Dude - B*tch I’m Back

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Slim Thug
Featuring:
Producer:
Dr. Dre
Album:
Unreleased

Any time Dr. Dre puts his name on a track, it’s probably something to get excited about. The esteemed producer will contribute at least one beat to Slim Thug’s second album, Boss of All Bosses, which drops early next year. The simple piano melody, heavy bass, and handclaps make B*tch I’m Back instantly recognizable as Dre’s work. As he has proved time and time again, sometimes less really is more when it comes to beats. Lyrically, Slim sticks to the familiar, flaunting his street cred amidst announcements of his triumphant return. Criminally underrated guest Devin The Dude is also his typical self, chronicling the various issues that street bosses face on a daily basis. It all comes together neatly as a windows-down, summertime whip jam.

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