For those who doubted as to whether Gorilla Zoe was a suitable replacement for Young Jeezy in Boyz n da Hood, here is the ultimate test. This remix of Zoe’s underground hit Hood N*gga is basically the same as the original, with Zoe’s third verse replaced by da Snowman. Jeezy seems to get the hang of the flow here, as he talks about his own “hood n*gga” status with the same sing-songy tone as Zoe’s. In the end, which one is a better fit for BNDH is all up to the listener?
Written by Burmy on 06/15/07
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"Hood N*gga" (2007)
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