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Nuthin But A G Thang (fUnk Remix) w/Snoop Dog And Dr. Dre


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Sir Bass

 Genre: Funk

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My entry into the Death Row Remix contest. I going for an 70's funk feel.
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Lyrics
One, two, three and to the fo'
Snoop Doggy Dogg and Dr. Dre is at the do'
Ready to make an entrance, so back on up
[Cause you know we 'bout to rip shit up]

Gimme the microphone first, so I can bust like a bubble
Compton and Long Beach together, now you know you in trouble

Ain't nothin' but a G thang, baaaaabay!
Two loc'ed out nigga's so we're craaaaazay!
Death Row is the label that paaaaays me!
Unfadable, so please don't try to fade this [Hell yeah]

But, uh, back to the lecture at hand
Perfection is perfected, so I'm 'a let 'em understand
From a young G's perspective
And before me dig out a bitch I have ta' find a contraceptive
You never know she could be earnin' her man,
And learnin' her man, and at the same time burnin' her man
Now you know I ain't wit that shit, Lieutenant
Ain't no pussy good enough to get burnt while I'm up in it
Now that's realer than real-deal Holyfield
And now all you hookas and ho's know how I feel
Well if it's good enough to get broke off a proper chunk
I'll take a small piece of some of that funky stuff

It's like this and like that and like this and uh
It's like that and like this and like that and uh
It's like this and like that and like this and uh
Dre, creep to the mic like a phantom

-Dr Dre

Well I'm peepin', and I'm creepin', and I'm creep-in'
But I damn near got caught, 'cause my beeper kept beepin'
Now it's time for me to make my impression felt
So sit back, relax, and strap on your seatbelt
You never been on a ride like this befo'
With a producer who can rap and control the maestro
At the same time with the dope rhyme that I kick
You know, and I know, I flow some ol funky shit
To add to my collection, the selection
Symbolizes dope, take a toke, but don't choke
If ya' do, ya' have no clue
O' what me and my homey Snoop Dogg came to do

It's like this and like that and like that and uh
It's like that and like this and like that and uh
It's like this, than who gives a fuck about those?
So jus' chill, 'til the next episode

[We ain't got to be there (cos you're over the project)]
[We ain't got to be there (Yeah, yeah!)]

-Snoop Dogg

Fallin' back on that ass with a hellified gangsta' lean
Gettin' funky on the mic like a' old batch o' collard greens
It's the capital S, oh yes, the fresh N double O P
D O double G Y D O double G ya' see
Showin' much flex when it's time to wreck a mic
pimpin' ho's and clockin' a grip like my name was Dolomite
Yeah, and it don't quit
I think they in a mood for some mothafuckin' G shit

So Dre. [What up Dogg?]
We gotta give 'em what dey want [What's that, G?]
We gotta break 'em off somethin' [Hell yeah]
And it's gotta be bumpin' [City of Compton!]

-Dr.Dre

It's where it takes place so I'm a ask your attention
Mobbin like a mothafucka but I ain't lynchin
Droppin' the funky shit that's makin the sucka niggaz mumble
When I'm on the mic, it's like a cookie, they all crumble
Try to get close, and your ass'll get smacked
My mothafuckin homie Doggy Dogg has got my back
Never let me slip, 'cause if I slip, then I'm slippin'
But if I got my neener, then you know I'm straight trippin'
And I'm a continue to put the rap down, put the mack down
And if your bitches talk shit, I have ta' put the smack down
Yeah, and ya' don't stop
I told you I'm just like a clock when I tick and I tock
But I'm never off, always on, 'til the break dawn
C-O-M-P-T-O-N, and the city they call Long Beach
Puttin' the shit together
Like my nigga D.O.C., no one can do it better

Like this, that and this and uh
It's like that and like this and like that and uh
It's like this, than who gives a fuck about those?
So jus' chill, 'til the next episode

[We ain't got to be there (cos you're over the project)]
[We ain't got to be there (Yeah, yeah!)]
[We ain't got to be there (cos you're over the project)]
[We ain't got to be there (Yeah, yeah!)]
[We ain't got to be there (cos you're over the project)]
[We ain't got to be there (Yeah, yeah!)]
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Plays: 69
Downloads: 76
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Uploaded: Oct 04, 2009 - 09:52:14 AM
Last Updated: Oct 04, 2009 - 09:52:14 AM Last Played: Apr 11, 2019 - 08:19:19 PM
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Comments
ramonaji said 3572 days ago (October 4th, 2009)
excellent
love it!!!
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MarcusPerry said 3572 days ago (October 4th, 2009)
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70's retro cool. Funky magic. I love the horn hits. Nice remix.
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magnatone said 3562 days ago (October 14th, 2009)
Nuthin
you were going for a 70's funk feel, and you definitely achieved that. this is quite cool in fact Mr. Bass! thanks!
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Sir Bass said 3562 days ago (October 14th, 2009)
Magnatone
Thanks.
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shavingronaldscar said 3545 days ago (November 1st, 2009)
Tight job
Did you win? The vocals seem off rhythm at times, but overall very nice job.
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Sir Bass said 3544 days ago (November 1st, 2009)
Sup
Hell no, Now that i listen to it it's a little to funky and not enough hip hop. The vocals were made to trick the remixer so they couldn't fade it. Snoop Dog comes on and off the beat, that's part of his style on this record. When he says " I think I'll let them understand" that hits right on beat.
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Location: Atlanta GA USA
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Funk is a distinct style of music originated by African-Americans, e.g., James Brown and his band members (especially Maceo and Melvin Parker), and groups like The Meters. Funk best can be recognized by its syncopated rhythms; thick bass line (often

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