Pink Panther" by Dope Skillz sampled Alan Tew's "Helicop". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
Dope Skillz - Firing Time. DJ Hype And DJ Zinc True Playaz Vol One (1997).
Pink Panther, Bad Break. No Diggidy, Break The Loop. 6 Million Ways (Remixes).
Pink Panther, Bad Break Dope Skillz True Playaz 1998-05-04. Tighten Up, Blocked Dope Skillz True Playaz 1997-10-01. No Diggidy, Break the Loop Dope Skillz True Playaz 1997-03-17. 6 Million Ways Dope Skillz Frontline 1996-02-19.
The Pink Panther Theme" is an instrumental composition by Henry Mancini written as the theme for the 1963 film The Pink Panther and subsequently nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Score at the 37th Academy Awards but lost to the Sherman Brothers for Mary Poppins. The tenor saxophone solo was played by Plas Johnson.
Murda on tha beat so it's not nice. I remember niggas hated on me back when I was broke Now they lookin' up to me so high they need a telescope Fuck that bitch one time and kick her out 'cause she a petty ho I might fuck his bitch, she lick it up just like a envelope (just like a envelope) And I'm smokin' gas 'cause. Aye, I smoke big dope Shawty wanna fuck 'cause I got good blow Aye, I smoke big dope (Lil Purpp) Shawty wanna fuck 'cause I got good blow (yuh) Aye, I smoke big dope I smoke big dope I smoke big dope (yuh) Aye, I smoke big dope (big dope) I smoke big dope (big dope) I smoke big dope.
The Pink Panther 2 is a 2009 American detective comedy film directed by Harold Zwart. It is the sequel to the 2006 film The Pink Panther, a reboot of the popular comedy series. The film was released on February 6, 2009 in North America. In the film, Inspector Clouseau must team up with detectives from other countries to rout a daring burglar, The Tornado, who has returned after a decade of inactivity.
The Pink Panther soundtrack from 2006, composed by Christophe Beck. Released by Varese Sarabande in 2006 (302 066 723 2) containing music from The Pink Panther (2006). The idea of a new Pink Panther movie had been floating around Hollywood for years, at one point with Mike Meyers supposedly interested in the role of Inspector Clouseau. In the end, Steve Martin took on the role that Peter Sellers embodied, and the film proceeded on a rocky journey that would find it plagued with rewrites, re-shoots, swapped composers, and two release delays. In the end, the film made a decent showing at the box office, even if the critics generally panned the effort.