Compton Menace - We In These Streets Feat. Gutta Dub [New Song]

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Compton Menace and Gutta Dub kick some freestyles on "We in These Streets."

Compton Menace continues to stay true to his name, dropping more West Coast heat. Menace recently released the video to a 2014 collab with Chris Brown, and yesterday, we heard him on a LongLivePrince x Young Chop beat with Rich Rocka. Today, we get to hear a new loosie, "We In These Streets," featuring longtime collaborator Gutta Dub, over a classic beat from Dr. Dre

Both Menace and Dub have clearly played around with this beat before, and they sound relaxed and confident throughout the collab, making for a smooth piece of L.A. driving music. Hopefully these new releases signal that a new Compton Menace project is on the way. His last mixtape, Welcome to My Traphouse Vol. 1, was released in August of 2014. 

Y'all feeling the Compton vibes? 

Quotable Lyrics

Always on that grind, let these motherfuckers see me shine
Always on 10, let these motherfuckers see the 9
Never sip clear, it's Hennessy almost all the time
 

 

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We In These Streets

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Compton Menace and Gutta Dub kick some freestyles on "We in These Streets."


Compton Menace continues to stay true to his name, dropping more West Coast heat. Menace recently released the video to a 2014 collab with Chris Brown, and yesterday, we heard him on a LongLivePrince x Young Chop beat with Rich Rocka. Today, we get to hear a new loosie, "We In These Streets," featuring longtime collaborator Gutta Dub, over a classic beat from Dr. Dre

Both Menace and Dub have clearly played around with this beat before, and they sound relaxed and confident throughout the collab, making for a smooth piece of L.A. driving music. Hopefully these new releases signal that a new Compton Menace project is on the way. His last mixtape, Welcome to My Traphouse Vol. 1, was released in August of 2014. 

Y'all feeling the Compton vibes? 

Quotable Lyrics

Always on that grind, let these motherfuckers see me shine
Always on 10, let these motherfuckers see the 9
Never sip clear, it's Hennessy almost all the time
 

 

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