Mac Dre’s opening gambit is “It’s getting hot up in here, baby.. uhhh, you need to take off all your clothes” through the cipher of one of his countless cartoon personas; though confusingly there is no real clue given as to which character that is. Mac Mall issues a string of word plays and double entendres covering the topics of nuclear weapons, soup coolers, psychiatry, long haul flights and Jamaica. The song rolls on gently, sounding a lot like a sample flip of a Mexican soap opera theme tune that’s been embelished with auditory nerve tingling, trade mark thizzle keyboard sounds and rimshot. The subject matter- felatio and firearms- is an unlikely combination which only adds to the ‘WTF? ‘ effect of the song with its confusing intro and bizzare synth squeals. Heat and Heat is a perfect demonstration of both the bay area’s psychedelic ‘thizz’ sound and Mac Dre’s standing as one of the most comedic rappers ever.