Album: Give The Drummer Some (2011)


  • This is a track from blink-182 drummer Travis Barker's first solo album, Give The Drummer Some. It features rappers Snoop Dogg, Ludacris and E-40 plus Californian electro hop vocalist Dev.
  • Barker explained to how the track came together: "I made up the beat in my studio. There's a lot of drums on this track. I put a marching beat down. A lot of people might not know this, but I marched for about six years, so that kind of playing comes pretty easily to me. It's what I do.

    Snoop did his verse in the studio. E-40 did his verse on his own. Dev came in and did her verse with Kojack, who co-produced the track with me. The rest is history."


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