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Sneakbo returns with new visual for “Shake That Azz”

The track will appear on the London star’s forthcoming project ‘Jetski Wave 3.’

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Sneakbo
Video screenshot/Execute Events

It’s been a couple of years since Sneakbo released his debut studio LP Brixton, which saw 19 tracks and additional features from Giggs, Not3s, Yungen, Conor Maynard, Moelogo, S Wavey, and more. More recently, this past April saw a new body of work titled 9 LIVES, which was released via Island/Universal and contained 17 new cuts from the South London emcee. Now, Sneakbo is making a big return to his highly rated Jetski Wave series, revealing that its third installment is on the way.

Following previous loose cuts like “Shut Up” with M Dargg, “Her Name” with L Marshall, and “Fire” with Lauran Alexandria, Sneakbo drops off a new tune titled “Shake That Azz,” a drill-inspired cut that’s perfect for the dance floors and strip clubs — if and when they’ll ever reopen:

“She know what I be about, she let me fuck on the couch, she let me bust in her mouth, she let me in and I’m out, somebody give me the crown, they know who’s runnin’ the south.../”

The accompanying visual comes courtesy of Execute Events and shows Sneakbo in different locations with a bevy of beauties, dancing and twerking in various stages of dress. In addition, director AVTVHUB also provided additional behind the scenes footage showing how everything came together. Simply put, this might be too hot to press play on while you’re at work.

Earlier this year, Sneakbo found himself in hot water while shooting another video for “I Used To (Remix),” which reportedly saw somewhere upwards of 200 people in attendance — an obvious concern given the current pandemic. He’s since apologized via an Instagram post, which can also be seen in the beginning of that very clip:

“Last Friday I shot a video in Aylesbury. I thought I would be able to control the situation and keep everyone safe ... I now realise how irresponsible and thoughtless that was and want to apologise for this totally regrettable episode.”

Press play on “Shake That Azz” — as well as a behind the scenes look into said video — below.

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