Although their record deal with Cash Money collapsed after only three months, Tha Dogg Pound is still focused on continuing to make the same kind of street music they’ve pumped out for the past 15 years. On their third go-round since reconciling in ‘05, Daz and Kurupt look to rework their planned West Coast Aftershocc and have thought of at least 100 Wayz to do it. Knowing most radio singles nowadays are geared towards a female audience, the two Long Beach Crips ask their ladies to “Cheat on ya man girl, that’s how you get ah-izz-ead.” With a Pharrell Williams sample (from mentor Snoop’s ’04 anthem, Drop It Like It’s Hot) and a pulse-heavy beat from Daz, expect Cheat to be a hit with street-inclined women - and every man on the planet.
Written by Burmy on 03/10/08
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