Snoop Dogg Surfs Right Into A Harry Fraud & Smoke DZA Wave (Audio)

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Smoke DZA and Harry Fraud have years of chemistry. The Harlem-to-Brooklyn, New York connect built a strong base of slick talk over in-your-face beats. Almost four years after Rugby Thompson, the pair is still working.

“Morals” looks at the G-code through the generations and circumstances. As DZA stands tall by the age-old codes, he brings in Snoop Dogg as another representative of that tight-lipped take on street life. Snoop, who was once the young head around the O.G.’s, now trades the part, and urges the young bucks as to how to handle themselves. Snoop sounds especially strong on this sparse Harry Fraud Surf School loop.

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