Young Jeezy ft. YG - Tha Homie

Posted 3 years ago
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Producer:
DJ Mustard
Album:
Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself?

Last night, Funkmaster Flex unleashed Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself?, his first project since 2005’s Car Show Tour. Clearly intended to make up for lost time, the set packs a panoply of heavyweight features into its 50-plus tracks—including inveterate trapper Young Jeezy, who headlines this freshly-minted song release. On Tha Homie, the CTE capo reflects on the ever-present threat of former friends turning snake. Joining Jay Wanye Jenkins over DJ Mustard‘s bell-laced street boardwork, Golden State spitter YG addresses an erstwhile homie of his own on verse three. Featuring this cut, Bridget Kelly‘s Street Dreamin, Vado‘s Don’t Make Me Do It and many more dope records from the game’s best and brightest, Funk Flex’ latest compilation is available now online.

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