Tip Toe

Album: Yet to be titled (2017)
Charted: 5
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Songfacts®:

  • Jason DeRulo sings on this bouncy island flavored cut about a beautiful woman who can't help shaking her booty as she tip toes on the dance floor like a ballerina.

    Big fat thang, overflowing
    Skinny tight dress, couldn't hold it
    Way too thick like it's swollen
    Girl, you're too bad and you know it


    DeRulo is joined by rapper French Montana who pays tribute to a woman's derrière during his verse.
  • The song features uncredited vocals by Bahamas born singer-songwriter Soaky Siren. Her previous collaborations include the B.O.B cut "Conficius."
  • Production is by:

    Harare, Zimbabwe born producer Pip Kembo, whose other credits include Sean Paul's "No Lie," Pitbull's "Hey Ma" and Chris Brown's "Questions."

    Nigerian-German musician and producer Ade Bantu, who is the front man of the 13-piece band Bantu. He is also a filmmaker with a number of short films and documentaries on his resume.

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