E-40 - Tell Me When To Go [Throwback] Feat. Keak Da Sneak

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Take a journey back in time... to E-40's 2006 hyphy classic "Tell Me When To Go."

E-40 has just announced that he will release a 42-track album double album called The D-Boy Diary Books 1 & 2 later this month. Needless to say, the HNHH office has been partying non-stop since it heard the news. Specifically, HNHH employees have bumping "Tell Me When To Go," which would be the defining songs of the hyphy movement if it were not for Mac Dre's instructional "Thizzle Dance." ("First, I do like this, put a look on my face like I smelled some piss.")

"Tell Me When To Go" appeared on Forty Fonzarelli's album My Ghetto Report Card. It came out in in the mid-2000s, when the hyphy movement was beginning to wane but Baron Davis had just posterized Andrei Kirilenko.

Quotable Lyrics

Jesus Christ had dreads, so shake em
I ain't got none, but I'm planning on growing some
Imagine all the Hebrews going dumb
Dancing on top of chariots and turning tight ones (eeeouuhhhhh)

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Tell Me When To Go [Throwback]

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Take a journey back in time... to E-40's 2006 hyphy classic "Tell Me When To Go."


E-40 has just announced that he will release a 42-track album double album called The D-Boy Diary Books 1 & 2 later this month. Needless to say, the HNHH office has been partying non-stop since it heard the news. Specifically, HNHH employees have bumping "Tell Me When To Go," which would be the defining songs of the hyphy movement if it were not for Mac Dre's instructional "Thizzle Dance." ("First, I do like this, put a look on my face like I smelled some piss.")

"Tell Me When To Go" appeared on Forty Fonzarelli's album My Ghetto Report Card. It came out in in the mid-2000s, when the hyphy movement was beginning to wane but Baron Davis had just posterized Andrei Kirilenko.

Quotable Lyrics

Jesus Christ had dreads, so shake em
I ain't got none, but I'm planning on growing some
Imagine all the Hebrews going dumb
Dancing on top of chariots and turning tight ones (eeeouuhhhhh)

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