The King of Posse Cuts is back with his latest offering titled, “I Did It For My Dawgs.” DJ Khaled‘s latest single features some of the hottest emcees currently in the hip-hop game. The track produced by Beat Bully, contains some of the dopest verses heard in awhile from Rick Ross, Meek Mill, French Montana, Ace Hood and Jadakiss. The newest posse cut from Khaled‘s latest album titled, Kiss The Ring, is one to add along with The Dopest Posse Cuts of All Time like, A Tribe Called Quest‘s “Scenario”, Puff Daddy & The Family‘s “It’s All About The Benjamins”, Kanye West‘s “Monster”, Stop The Violence Movement‘s “Self Destruction”, Marley Marl‘s “The Symphony”, Craig Mack‘s, “Flava In Your Ear (Remix)”, West Coast All Stars‘ “We’re All In The Same Gang”, Master P‘s “Make Em Say Ugh” and LL‘s, “I Shot Ya (Remix).”
On DJ Khaled‘s latest offering each rapper spits their own definition of what it means to stay loyal to their closest friend (or dawg). As each emcee takes their turn over this bumping 808 beat, you get the true meaning of what it means to give your last for your homeboy, in order to gain respect from them. Yet again, DJ Khaled has himself another hit single that will get him another million selling plaque to bring home and hang on his wall.
Song Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UKZAog61DE
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