White Boyz In The Hood. Season 1. S01 E01 Episode 1. S01 E02 Episode 2. S01 E03 Episode 3. S01 E04 Episode 4.
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I'm sittin here chillin with my nigga kurupt and we sayin I mean it ain't no hard motherfuckin whiteboys in the rap game dog You know? All my white homies who smoke with me Sell me bud on the weekdays cause This shit's for y'all, from me and my doggz If you don't know you do know t-bo my new dog Fuck what you goin through, we bout to fuck it up y'all Chorus: t-bo says first line with snoop 1x only [t-bo] You know who I wanna be, that white boy, that everybody talk about The one that's tearin up shows, fuckin these hoes, representin the south Eyes bare-ly open, laid back in the cadillac tokin Them hoes talkin bout ridin with me and snoop the bitches must be jokin Toke smoke, up the block and glock stay cocked so you must get busted And my city's hotter than a corner full of hustlers Twelve slappin, trunk rattlin, and when you yappin we in a gun battle When you talkin the talk, we walkin the walk So stay in yo' house when after dark We bark and we bite,? Knuckle up in the club to push and shove til everybody starts to fightin You might think the shit's funny, but fool we ain't actin You bout that yappin? Chorus [snoop dogg] Yeah that shit funky dog That's what I'm talkin bout My nigga t-bo, dirty south all up in this bitch we no limit soldiers, we no limit soldiers Yeah, dogghouse production Dogghouse wreckin, bow wow white white white white white boyz That's how we doin it for the nine-nine White boyz, yeah we fuckin with whiteboys in ninety-nine Cause they fuckin with us It's a game of death Chorus.
A veritable who's who of b-list rappers, this soundtrack offers plenty of strong beats and rich mixing textures, but the thug ethos stressed on most of the tracks gets to be a bit of a drag. The theme may play out as an ornament to the film, but as a stand-alone it just gets monotonous. Big Punisher kicks things off with a pleasant, tinkling sample that he turns into a nasty little rant called "Who is a Thug.