Snoop, The Game & E-40 Head All the Way Up West, Together (Audio)

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“All the Way Up” is becoming a serious contender for 2016’s biggest single to date. Its original incarnation by Fat Joe & Remy Ma featuring French Montana and Infared has amassed more than 34-million views since its March release, and the success of a handful of remixes in its wake suggest the song’s lifespan isn’t all the way used up. In April, a version sporting Dave East dropped, followed by Jay Z’s adaptation in May. It’s now June, and yet another remix has appeared, this one featuring some of the West Coast’s heaviest hitters who bring Long Beach, Compton, and the Bay Area along for the ride.

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Officially nicknamed the “Westside Remix,” the latest brings with it verses from Snoop Dogg, the Game, and E-40 – each of whom are recognizably West Coast-sounding but also very diverse in their respective lanes. The unit of Fat Joe & Remy Ma are absent this time around, but there’s nothing missing as all three MCs demonstrate with ease the skills making them the obvious choices for “All the Way Up”‘s Left Coast installment.

Heads can get another serving of E-40 on TV One night, where an all new episode of Unsung focusing on the Hip-Hop icon will air at 8pm Eastern Standard Time.