As could be seen over the holiday weekend, outside is definitely back open — along with that comes a new soundtrack of body-moving bangers for the summer months. Enter BeatKing, who has teamed up with 808 frontrunners 2 Chainz and Juicy J for “SDAB,” an ode to, well, shaking that ass as the title’s meaning reveals:
“Your homegirl a hoe, shake your ass like her, your baby daddy broke, I got cash right here, ratchet hoes, stop lettin’ broke niggas nut in you, if she don’t twerk with her mouth open I can’t fuck with you, pop it, I got cake, naw, we can’t date, get that mouth then I escape, smash your partner the next day, I can’t give a bitch shit ‘cause she gon’ fuck a broke nigga anyway, put this dick up in your face, ay, shake that ass bitch…”
“SDAB” follows a slew of party starters from BeatKing this year alone, including “Throw Dat” with Ying Yang Twins, Lil Jon, and Queendom Come, “Watch Me” with Kvocalz and KenTheMan, and “Keep It Poppin” with Ludacris. Last year, the rapper-producer dropped off the fourth installment of his Gangster Stripper Music series, which contained 18 tracks with additional features from Big Fella Zil, Lil Jairmy, late rapper MO3, Big Jade, DJ Nunu, Scotty ATL, Sukihana, and more. Meanwhile, 2020 saw both 2 Chainz and Juicy J liberating their latest albums So Help Me God! and The Hustle Continues, respectively. More recently, Juicy J upgraded his fifth solo LP with The Hustle Still Continues, which altogether boasts 25 cuts with a slew of assists from Wiz Khalifa, Pooh Shiesty, 2 Chainz, Lil Baby, NLE Choppa, Rico Nasty, Logic, A$AP Rocky, Megan Thee Stallion, Ty Dolla $ign, Project Pat, Conway The Machine, Young Dolph, and more.
Get the proverbial — or literal — party started with BeatKing & Co. UPDATE: Now with a hilarious matching video.
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