Smoke DZA ft. CurT@!ns - Give It Up

Posted 7 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
183rd
Album:
Good Talk Radio Volume 8: The Bud Gurus

Weed-smokers rejoice—a star-studded lineup of hip-hop’s foremost Bud Gurus have pooled their talents to create the biggest and best Good Talk mixtape yet.  On the third exclusive world premiere off the forthcoming,  DJBooth.net/Cinematic Music Group-cosponsored project, Harlem boy Smoke DZA joins forces with Crown Heights Brooklynite Curt@!n$ to tell the haters and underestimators to simply Give It Up.  Backed by 183rd‘s funk-flavored boardwork, the collaborators lace the track with aggressive, braggadocio-drenched lyriciscm—Curta@!n$’ imaginative middle verse finds him name-dropping everything and everyone from the Twin Towers to Oscar de la Hoya to… squash (the vegetable, not the sport)  Those who like what they’re hearing can find more of DZA’s cinematic street lyricism, as well as bowl-packing anthems from the reader-acclaimed likes of Nipsey Hussle and Question?, on the Devin the Dude-hosted Good Talk Radio Volume 8: The Bud Gurus mixtape, set to hit iTunes on the 18th.

Smoke DZA CurT@!n$ Premiere

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