Since it’s inception, CJ’s “Whoopty” hit has essentially taken on a life of its own. After blowing up on social media, countless artists have stepped up to put their own spin on the potent beat, and about a week ago CJ enlisted French Montana and Rowdy Rebel for the official NYC remix.
Now, he has doubled down and given yet another huge boost to the song, presenting a Latin remix with mega-stars Ozuna and Anuel AA. In the new Edgar Esteves-directed visual, we find the trio in an intense setting as a fight club match ensues in the background as Anuel AA takes care of the first new verse:
Te rompemo’ la guagua ‘esde el otro carril, tengo siete peine’ de refill (De refill)/ ¿Bichote’? Ajá, con carro’ del 2000. Cabrón, la guerra te la estoy declarando (¿Ah?)/ Ya tú ere’ un muerto caminando. En do’ día’ en el funeral te van a estar velando (Brr; amén)/ La .40 grita como Juanka, corta’ y palo’ por si el AK se tranca (¡Ah!)/ En mi canto yo tengo má’ power que Joe Biden adentro ‘e la Casa Blanca (¿Ah?)/
“Whoopty” has received freestyles from the likes of WESTSIDE BOOGIE, Polo G, and most recently Young M.A. Along with the release of the remix music video came the announcement of Loyalty Over Royalty (Deluxe), of which there isn’t yet an official release date or tracklisting. Past interviews have also confirmed that an official debut album is on the way, with soon-come contributions from the likes of Chris Brown and UK rapper Fredo. Having recently signed a new record deal with Warner Records, CJ has since received a slew of co-signs from other hip hop veterans, including Cardi B, 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes, and — of course — Montana, who also contributed to CJ’s Loyalty Over Royalty standout “I’m Lit.”
Be sure to tune into the “Whoopty Latin Mix” music video down below.