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Jeremih ft G Unit
Dont Tell Em (Remix Clean)


genre: Hip-Hop
length: 4:25
bpm: 98
key: 12m

July 15, 2014

Jeremih invites G-Unit to help him out on the remix to "Don't Tell Em," which originally borrows from Snap!'s "Rhythm is a Dancer." The G-Unit remix replaces Jeremih's second verse as well as YG with flow from the likes of Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Kidd Kidd, Young Buck, and of course, 50 Cent. This remix actually follows the original track closely, pleading with a woman to keep the dirty details of their sex life between the two of them, especially since she seems to be intimately involved with someone else. Basically, G-Unit and Jeremih are asking that their booty calls keep it on the low, in case they didn't already know that was protocol. As 50 himself puts it, "G-Unit plus Jeremih equals summertime anthem."

Jeremih ft G Unit
Dont Tell Em (Remix Clean)


genre: Hip-Hop
length: 4:25
bpm: 98
key: 12m

July 15, 2014

Jeremih invites G-Unit to help him out on the remix to "Don't Tell Em," which originally borrows from Snap!'s "Rhythm is a Dancer." The G-Unit remix replaces Jeremih's second verse as well as YG with flow from the likes of Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Kidd Kidd, Young Buck, and of course, 50 Cent. This remix actually follows the original track closely, pleading with a woman to keep the dirty details of their sex life between the two of them, especially since she seems to be intimately involved with someone else. Basically, G-Unit and Jeremih are asking that their booty calls keep it on the low, in case they didn't already know that was protocol. As 50 himself puts it, "G-Unit plus Jeremih equals summertime anthem."