She Twerkin

Album: Let's Get It (2014)
Charted: 98
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Songfacts®:

  • This song was a result of a random night in the studio after Ca$h Out and producer Dunn Deal had just completed his Ya Feel Me? mixtape. "Everyone in the studio was like, 'Hey, let's give these folks a 'girl,' 'club,' record…'" the rapper recalled to The Boombox. "So they're cooking up the beat and I'm playing in the booth, but the microphone was on, I'm like, 'She be grabbin' on my toolie…' But they were like, 'Ay! Keep that.'"

    "I went all the way through," Ca$h Out continued. "The next couple bars were, 'And she twerkin',' the girls in the studio got to dancing and it was on from that. As we finished it, Dunn was like, 'This is another one that we've created.' Then we pressed play a couple months later, that's when the labels got to calling."

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