Tag: Classic remakes/remixes

Ying Yang Twins – “Carol Of Da Bellz” (with Lyrics)

Closing out the Ying Yang Twins’ 2008 Christmas album is “Carol Of Da Bellz”, a crunk/club version of the classic tune. The song has a jam of an instrumental, but the lyrics aren’t very Christmas relevant. The Twins rap about sippin on various alcoholic beverages and hitting the club during Christmas season. In Ying Yang




Ying Yang Twins – “This Christmas” (with Lyrics)

As the second song on the Ying Yang Twins’ Christmas album, “This Christmas” is arguably the most true to the original Christmas classic. It starts off as a standard R&B remake until Kaine chimes in at around the 1:30 mark. I’m not a fan of his verse because his vocals just don’t fit the dynamic




B.g.o.t.i. – “O Holy Night”

At this point, I might just continue posting songs from Christmas On Death Row until the album is over. It’s that good! This one comes from the mysterious B.G.O.T.I.¬†who I cannot find anything about using Google (that’s a first). Regardless, this rendition of “O Holy Night” is one of the best I can remember –




6 Feet Deep – “Frosty The Snowman”

I concede… it’s only October, but Christmas on Death Row is already getting me in the Christmas spirit. This rendition of “Frosty The Snowman” by male R&B group 6 Feet Deep is a familiar take on a classic tune. With an emphasis on the drums and a healthy dose of funk on the bass guitar,




“Santa Baby” ft Run DMC, Mase, Diddy, Snoop Dogg, Salt N Pepa, Onyx, and Keith Murray

Ready for a new take on the classic song “Santa Baby”? If the YouTube commenters are right, this version was actually featured in The Simpsons and is based off a Fugees beat. Originally, though, it appeared on the compilation album A Very Special Christmas Vol. 3. Despite all the features, the track moves pretty quickly