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Album: Lighters Up (feat. Mavado & Popcaan) - Single

Artist: Snoop Lion

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Berhane Sound System

Tracklist For Lighters Up (feat. Mavado & Popcaan) - Single By Artist Snoop Lion

Title Artist Time
Lighters Up (feat. Mavado & Po Snoop Lion 3:46 USD 1.29

Reviews For Lighters Up (feat. Mavado & Popcaan) - Single By Artist Snoop Lion

  • Good song.

    By Mellissia Adducchio
    Nice reggae flow.
  • Put em Up!

    By Alexander The Great X
    A great first taste track from the soon to be Reincarnated Snoop Dogg as "Snoop Lion". Excited to hear the rest of this in April.
  • Stay Where You are Snoop

    By Jason8blue
    Alot of you are saying that isnt hos style but he adds a nice hip-hop touch to a regge genre and you know what good or bad if snoop has been reincarinated then the money dosent matter as long as he makes the music how he wants, there will always be fans.
  • snoop is the best I LOVE U...

    By BrunoSun
    Glad to see move on....
  • ok.........

    By Laxer99
    He should go back to the old snoop
  • Respect...Onelove...peace through music....

    By IanDun
    Peace Snoop Lion...all in tha music...that's eternal...respect...
  • This album will be interesting

    By 1202Dom
    Good music is good music regardless of what genre it is. I grew up a household where i listened to all kinds of music so i feel what snoop is doing
  • Here Comes The King

    By JiveTurkey27
    We gonna smoke you haters like papers
  • Snoop lion boo

    By Little good fellow
    Snoop reggae is not your style.
  • minnesotan rasta mahn

    By minnesotan rasta mahn
    Where no oxen are, the crib is clean: but much increase is by the strength of the ox.

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