Kendrick Lamar & Ice Cube Jump On Funkadelic's "Ain't That Funkin' Kinda Hard on You?"
George Clinton and Kendrick Lamar arguably made some of the funkiest music with songs from the Grammy award winning album, To Pimp A Butterfly. Now, the young OG is paying it forward by lacing a new verse on Funkadelic’s remix to “Ain’t That Funkin’ Kinda Hard on You?”
Originally this cut was featured on the three-disc effort, First Ya Gotta Shake the Gate, which came out back in 2014. In September of 2015, the group then let loose the Louie Vega remix that had the Cornrow Kenny verse. To make the song even harder on the funk dial, future Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of Famer Ice Cube adds a new verse to the cut.
Both verses definitely deserve a listen, if you haven’t played this numerous times already, as the N.W.A. lyricist raps about his son, O’Shea Jackson, Jr., kook-aid and his rough-as-sandpaper persona. With that straight-to-the-point flow that you’ve come to expect and love from these two rappers, hip-hop fans should know that this is not the first time that Cube and the Atomic Dog have been on a record togethers.
Back in 1994, the tandem did a song “Bop Gun” (One Nation) on Ice Cube’s Lethal Injection album. Everyone should also know that the funk god and Compton’s own superstar worked together on “Wesley’s Theory” and George cameoed in the “King Kunta” video.
Listen to the sincerely dope track, below:
H/T: Miss Info