Bounce It

Album: Stay Trippy (2013)
Charted: 74
  • This ode to strippers features a verse from Wale, whilst Trey Songz tells the girl on the hook to "bounce it" because he's about to throw her a couple of thousand.
  • The song was co-produced by Dr. Luke, who is also an executive producer on Stay Trippy. The hitmaker is best known for his work with such pop acts as Katy Perry, Rihanna and Britney Spears and also heads up Kemosabe Records. "I'm super lucky to be able to work with a talent like Juicy J," Dr. Luke said. "From Three 6 Mafia to winning an Oscar and coming back with one of the biggest songs of the year with 'Bandz A Make Her Dance,' Juicy has proven that's he's the real deal."
  • The video finds Juicy with beautiful women and piles of cash, and boasts a guest appearance from Wiz Khalifa as well as cameos from Trey Songz and Wale.

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