Ludacris, Nas, and Doug E. Fresh spit game on “Virgo,” an old-school inspired cut from three hip-hop icons.
Originally included as part of Nas’ Street Disciple, “Virgo” found a second home on Luda’s own Red Light District album. Given the pedigree involved, it’s no wonder both parties wanted a piece of the old-school banger. Over beatbox-driven production from Salaam Remi, Nas kicks things off with a breezy flow, reminiscing on a particularly successful rendezvous with a lady friend. Ludacris matches the vibe in the second verse, lining his own encounter with plenty of old-school soul and x-rated mischeif. “While I’m laid back, chillin’ in my b-boy stance,” he raps. “Could be a little pop lockin’ if your girl’s top droppin’ / But watch for cockblockin’ on my coochie stock options.”
In honor of Doug E. Fresh’s 54th birthday, revisit “Virgo” right here — does anyone have any fond memories built around this track?
While I’m laid back, chillin’ in my b-boy stance
Could be a little pop lockin’ if your girl’s top droppin’
But watch for cockblockin’ on my coochie stock options