Tha Dogg Pound are back. This past weekend, Daz Dillinger and Kurupt pulled up with a new song called "Dissolution of Marriage," a track that, as its title indicates, focuses on the end of a formal union. The thing is, they both appear to be the reason their marriage failed.

Handling first verse duties, Kurupt spits about trying to redeem himself in the eyes of his lover, who once caught him cheating. As is usually the case with any situation like that, that plan didn't go over too well.

"I know I used to be off the chain, doing things/Doing the most, couldn't control my impulse/It's all my fault, see I fell down the well like/Well, she asked if I had other bitches, and I'm like/Well, you want the real or the fake, make no mistakes, I didn't tell her the real," raps the West Coast legend.

The track is produced by Carlos McSwain, Brody Brown and Daz himself, who doesn't sound at all interested in fixing his marriage. "God damn you need help/Your problems ain't mine, and mine aren't yours," he begins. For better or worse, that's how he's rocking.

Check out "Dissolution of Marriage" for yourself just below, and lookout for more new music from the iconic Daz Dillinger and Kurupt.

DAZ DILLINGER via SoundCloud

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