With a little old school flavor, Snoop Dogg collaborates with Katt Williams, Kurupt, Soopafly, and his producer alter-ego, Niggarachi, to create We Go Hard, a single that’s sure to have as many critics as it does fans. With every line of every verse consisting of tales of the rappers’ relationships with “certain kinds of females,” some listeners may be able to relate while others decide to hate. Either way, the single has a beat that’ll make you nod your head. Mission accomplished?
Written by Angela on 05/4/07
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