Smokin' Rollin

Album: Stay Trippy (2013)
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  • A sample of The Weeknd's "High for This" runs throughout this track about getting high on pre-rolled joints. Juicy told Artist Direct: "We had the beat. That record was done weird. We actually did the drum beat first. I was thinking about what kind of sample to use because I wanted to use a sample with the hook and everything. I was thinking about 'High For This.' The name of the song was 'Smokin' Rollin'' so we chopped that sample on top of the drum beat, and boom."
  • The late Pimp C jumps in to spit about being so high that he falls asleep in the middle of foreplay. The former member of classic Southern rap group UGK was found dead in his California hotel room in 2007. Juicy told Artist Direct: "I reached out to Pimp C's wife and asked for that verse. That made it even bigger."


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