It's hard to think of a rapper who would hear Val Venis' intro and think, "This would make a dope sample." Wale would be one. If you thought King Chip and Casey Veggies would be another two, you'd be right. The two sample the chauvinistic intro to "Lipstick on the Blunt," produced by The Sparks Foundation (Emilio Sparks and engineer John Sparkz).

While what the song touches on is obvious with the title, "Lipstick on the Blunt" will be a track on The Sparks Foundation's Forever Madness (The Randy Savage EP), which will feature all wrestling samples. Smoke DZA (who's dropped two projects coinciding with Wrestlemania), Problem, and SAYITAINTTONE are some of the few artists who will make an appearance. The project is expected to drop early next month.