The gift that keeps on giving… is love! Chill out to this smooth R&B track, featured on Snoop Dogg’s Christmas In Tha Dogghouse album.
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Wu-Tang celebrates Christmas too! Released in 2008, this single features Tony Starks himself dropping a few Christmas-related verses over a hip-hop “Carol of the Bells” instrumental. Surprisingly, the song is G-rated for the most part. There is the occasional reference to Hennessey mixed with egg nog (yum) and a particular illegal plant, but this is standard Shaolin fare. You tell
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
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
I know it’s rare, but the Ying Yang Twins are actually on good behavior for this song. There are a few lines about their desire for spiked egg nog and tightly rolled blunts, but that’s par for the course. Aside from that, “Sleigh Ride” has got to be one of the cleanest and morally right
The Ying Yang Twins are so 10 years ago… but Santa doesn’t discriminate! The crunked out rap duo have their fair share of party bangers, and Christmas parties are no exception. “Deck Da Club” is textbook Ying Yang with some added holiday cheer. By the name of the song, you can probably tell it is
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