Snoop Dogg reacts to music artist ‘ruining’ his song
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If you've ever wanted to hear Snoop Dogg rap about women and sex on top of a Disney instrumental then look no further.
Warning: you're either going to love it or regret ever listening with the high possibility of ruining your entire childhood.
YouTube channel 'There I Ruined It' is known for 'lovingly' destroying your favourite songs and the latest victim is Snoop's 1993 classic 'Gin and Juice'.
With one of the catchiest hooks in hip-hop history, 'Gin and Juice' was listed as number eight on VH1’s 100 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs in 2011.
However, it seems the YouTuber took it upon themselves to remix the lyrics with the most unlikely backing track of all time.
They decided to mix Snoop's heavy bars with The Jungle Book's 'The Bare Necessities'.
Although the Disney song is also a classic in its own right, to match it with a song about LA street life in the 90s is quite the experience.
We first heard 'The Bare Necessities' on Disney’s 1967 animated film The Jungle Book and the song follows bear Baloo who explains to Mowgli the importance of taking it easy. Similar to The Lion King's 'Hakuna Matata'.
The iconic chorus goes something like: "Look for the bare necessities / The simple bare necessities / Forget about your worries and your strife / I mean the bare necessities / Old / Mother Nature's recipes / That bring the bare necessities of life."
Anyway, the YouTuber completely removes the chorus and replaces it with a song about gang life in 90s California.
The bouncy instrumental includes Snoop spitting some X-rated bars about women and condoms.
The lyrics go: "May I kick a little something for the G's / And make a few ends as I breeze through? / Two in the mornin' and the party's still jumpin' / ‘Cause my momma ain't home / I got bitches in the livin' room gettin' it on / And they ain't leavin' till six in the mornin' / So what you wanna do? / S**t, I got a pocket full of rubbers and my homeboys do too."
So that's my childhood ruined.
Fans can't get over the rapper's reaction to listening to the clip for the first time.
After initially looking completely perplexed, within moments he starts to bob his head up and down while reciting the lyrics from his famous song.
Commenting on the clip, one viewer joked: "Five stages of grief in 19 seconds. That's gotta be some kind of record."
Another wrote: "I love how he’s rapping along but very confusedly cause the melody isn’t right but it’s still sounds like his song lol."