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Snoop Dogg I Wanna Rock Right Now Instrumental


The lines "Right about now" and "I wanna rock right now" as well as the beat are sampled from Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock's 1988 song "It Takes Two." The main sample is from "Space Dust" by Galactic Force Band.[3] The song features no production from Dr. Dre, but was mixed by him.[4] The beat was produced by Scoop DeVille




Snoop Dogg I Wanna Rock Right Now Instrumental



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Proving HimselfFriday, December 30, 2011 Childish Gambino: Culdesac (free download)Community regular, 30 Rock writer, and stand-up phenomDonald Glover brings more skills to the rap game than any pretender inyears, fellow actor Drake included. His rhymes startle and amuse, hisflow bubbles and snaps, his beats always get him where he's going, andon the expert pop song "Got This Money" he hits the high notes on hisown. One reason hip-hop has no use for him is that high notes are histhing--delivering his rent-a-hook, Lil Jon sounds gangsta oncomparative timbre alone. Another is that he didn't buy his $10,000jacket by dealing rock or fronting about it over beats he boughttoo. "Welcome to the culdesac this is where the street ends," hetaunts, and out of the great goodness of his heart he spent yearsgiving records away and then touring behind them. Right, he's too keenon proving something even if all the success and sexcess stories aretrue. That's why I like him best when I'm surest he's lying, which ison that pop song: "I wanna feel you for real." A MINUS 041b061a72


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