Snoop Dogg ft. Pilot - Gangbang Rookie

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
Jake One
Album:
#PuffPuffPassTuesday (Week 2)

Whether it be Good Fridays, Timbo Thursdays or Rapper I’ve Never Heard of Wednesdays, a lot of artists have been dropping some weekly dope free music. Now it seems everyone’s favorite Uncle, Snoop Dogg has joined the trend with his #PuffPuffPassTuesdays. In his second week running (see previous El Lay), Snoop, with the help of producer Jake One and rapper Pilot, present us with Gangbang Rookie. Jake One, who has recently produced for the likes of Ghostface and Freeway, starts off the song with a jazzy piano riff that gives the song a smooth flow to complement Snoop’s always relaxed rhymes. With some hard hitting percussion that gives an accent to the beat, One shows he’s nice behind the MPC and allows Snoop to simply rock. Speaking of which, the Dogfather’s style has sounded the same since he came in the game as a teen, and will probably remain that way until he dies (probably from a munchies overdose). Still, you have to respect the consistency, and while I feel Pilot’s high voice is only meant for some, this latest joint (pun intended) bangs. Puff puff pass indeed.

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