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Now that you've seen the shoe, you knew that the next thing to drop would be the commercial.
While the love of his life was out taking the kids on a field trip, Swizz Beatz Da Monsta was in the studio spazzing and losing his mind with his latest creation.
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Because there's no way a blatant paid advertisement like "Reebok Back" shall be called a music video.
One of my favorite records from Tha Carter III was "Dr.
Leaving nothing sacred and no copyright left infringed, Ross and Meek turn "Tupac Back" into "Reebok Back," in what I presume is a ad-in-song for Swizz and his Kamikaze Reebok sneaker.
MTV: "It's just been a great experience for me, whether they go on the album, whether they don't go on the album," Swizz said of his time spent in the studio with Dre and the songs they've recorded.
When word broke that Swizz Beatz was teaming up with Reebok for his own sneaker, people didn't really know what to expect.
You know you're the man when you hop out of bed and your idea of casual jam session consists of roughly $200 million in Hip-Hop dollars. For track numero uno off his rock-solid LP, Give The Drummer Some, Travis Barker did just that; enlisting the services of name brand MCs to rock out to rap music. It's commendable to say the least, but rarely do you hear of Game, Rozay, Lil Wayne or Swizz Beatz missing an appearance where they're required. Can we say superstar power? They chose to give the drummer some of their valuable time and you can too by snagging his joint off of iTunes now.
After making it back to the playoffs, it's safe to say that Knicks fans and the entire organization have been pretty psyched.
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Travis Barker featuring the usual cast of rap features. I'd much rather hear Travis drumming matched with some new energy rather than Khaled's co-conspirators. There are days when I wish Game would donate his voice to D.O.C. Dah well. Give The Drummer Some in stores March 15th. Travis Barker Feat. Swizz Beatz, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross & Game – "Can A Drummer Get Some?" Seen: RapRadar.