In the track, the Alfredo rhymer goes first, setting up the temps and dropping an intense first verse followed by Snoop Dogg in the second.
D-O-Double-G, who will face off DMX next week in a Verzuz battle, slides in over the beat with his confession about how ashamed he felt when cheated on his wife. Using the power of his flow, Snoop apologizes for shaming on his queen.
Conclusion: unlike Snoop and Problem, Gibbs likes it when his girl is mad at him.
Check out the “Don’t Be Mad At Me” remix above.
Release Day: July 13, 2020