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Miley Cyrus and Snoop Dogg Collaborate, Sing About Weed and Pain
Give this track a quick listen, why don't you:
Hear that female voice? Ay-ing and Uh-ing around the raps of Snoop Dogg? Guess who that is? Not some up and coming rapper that you desperately want to know about. No, that'll be Miley Cyrus, collab-ing with Snoop Doggy Dogg for the first time ever.
The track is called "Ashtrays and Heartbreak," off Snoop's new album Reincarnated, and the content (if you listened fully you already know this) deals with mending a broken heart by doing some of the drugs. Topics, of course, with which the world-weary Cyrus is all too familiar.
This track is either the best work that Cyrus' agent has ever done, or further indication that Snoop Lion does not give two shits about anything, anything at all.
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