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Don’t Say Nothin: Dr Maleek, Tory Lanez & The Game team up for this 2017 spring break anthem

Toronto, ONTory Lanez and The Game have teamed up with Dr Maleek for the re-release of their collaborative track titled “Don’t Say Nothin.”

The track is a feel-good club banger with a bit of a dancehall vibe on the beat. It marks the transition from all the sadboy winter music, into the upbeat summer jams we’re itching on. “Don’t Say Nothin” was produced and released under Dr Maleek’s Dr Mobb Prod imprint, and features verses courtesy of both Maleek and The Game (whose verse is surprisingly soft-spoken).

Tory makes his appearance by lending his vocals to the hook: “Don’t say nothin’ to nobody else/ ‘Cause the mornin’ they got sum’ else thinkin’/ And no more, not thinkin’ ‘bout all bitches/ Don’t roll up, just wanna f**k with you.”

The original track was very well-recieved when it initially dropped. But all three parties decided that it wasn’t their best effort and made a collective decision to redo the track. At this point, too, it seems the track serves as more of a propellor for Dr Maleek and his new label. Check the official relaunch of “Don’t Say Nothin” below.

Don't Say Nothing: Tory Lanez & The Game team up with Dr Maleek for the spring break anthem of 2017 - HipHopCanada.com


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