Replacing Future's auto-tuned, slurred singing with more lucid, quick-witted lyricism, the Cali duo prove that they're more than capable of putting their own unique spin on huge records. They attack DJ Spinz and Southside's piano-led instrumental with ferocity, touching on everything from social media to weed to Warren G and Nate Dogg's "Regulate."
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Well we hear you, it just ain't addin' up
Playin' these politics, I've had enough
Growin' up past poor, I had it rough
Now my body and passport tatted up