06 October
2015
Hip Hop Songs

OverDoz. – “Why We Never Leave The Ghetto”

While OverDoz patiently churn out their debut album ‘2008’, the west coast collective have been gradually offering samples of their product in the form of amazing singles such as ‘Last Kiss‘ produced by Pharrell, and ‘Rich White Friends‘ produced by Hit-Boy. Joon, Kent, P, and Cream’s latest offering is ‘Why We Never Leave The Ghetto’. The single has that desty neo-funk flavor that fans live for. Production from Fred Wreck  gives the record that 90s’ west coast taste as he borrows from his earlier productions with Snoop Dogg and Tha Dogg Pound’s hit single  ‘What Would You Do’Terrace Martin adds to the mix with the smooth sounds from his saxophone, leaving listeners to savor the last remanence of the song dying for another serving.

 


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