Yes, yes, y’all. It’s a Coke Boys and Dipset party as Juelz Santana teams up with Cam’ron and French Montana for a new collaboration titled “Dip’d N Coke.”
Montana opens the track over a soulful Harry Fraud instrumental. “Picasso drawing, Eminem, Marshall Mathers,” raps French. “Average to lavish, Dr. Dre, Aftermath / If you talking me and money, yeah, I’m talking marriage.”
Juelz pops up with a second verse, meant to give haters a reminder. “Santana, back to pick up where I left off,” he raps. “Y’all ni**as know me, I was the best before the best was / Now I’m back for what they owe me.”
Closing out the track is Cam’ron with a boastful verse about addiction to flossing and his early days. “Fuck school,” he raps. “I ain’t like it, my mother said she want more from me / Not going, she said that ‘You’re a pure dummy.'”
Juelz has been somewhat active of late, dropping tracks like “Drake Voice” and “Santana Bandana” in recent months. He announced his latest collaboration with another warning to detractors on Instagram. “They Can’t Fuck Wit Me,” he wrote. “They Never Could.. Ima Let The Work Talk tho….”
Listen to “Dip’d N Coke” below.