Snoop Dogg & Scar Lip Show Us That "This Is Cali" On New Remix

In a stellar case of East Coast and West Coast bonding, Snoop Dogg and Scar Lip just joined forces for a killer remix. Moreover, the Long Beach MC added a verse to Lip's viral track "This Is New York," and of course, this time it's "This Is Cali." While the track only features one of the Bronx rapper's original aggressive verses from its first iteration, the remix still shows off her incredible skills when it comes to flow, delivery, and impactful wordplay and phrasing. All in all, it's quite the murderous and boastful song that harkens back to the gritty hip-hop of the '90s and beyond.

What's more is that this rejuvenation of older styles is becoming increasingly fused with more contemporary production techniques. For example, "This Is Cali" features a very crisp and sharp instrumental, with familiar boom-bap rhythms that are stripped back a little bit. In addition, there's the addition of sliding bass that evokes some of the New York drill style that's taken over the region as of late. Of course, the most standout part of this remix in comparison to the original is Snoop Dogg's added verse. It's been a while since we've heard the 51-year-old sound as menacing, focused, and emphatic as this.

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Snoop Dogg Brings The West Coast Swagger To Scar Lip's "This Is New York"

This whole collab came from just a simple Instagram DM, and that's always amazing to see. Amid other cosigns from Cardi B, the 22-year-old is rapidly becoming one of the game's next big stars. That's owed to both her viral presence and lyrical skill. You can find the track on YouTube, but make sure to keep an eye out for more Scar Lip releases. We're sure that there's only more heat to come, whether on the East or West Coasts. For more news on the Bronx lyricist and the latest updates on Snoop Dogg, come back to HNHH.

Quotable Lyrics
This ain't a game or a b***h n***a party, if we catch you
Slippin', we gon' catch a body, shooting shotty,
Get 'em, got it, welcome to the Terrordome, we was all
In the streets, n***a, you was scared at home

Read More: Snoop Dogg Picks East Coast Over West Coast For Bigger Impact On Hip Hop



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