Buzzin'

Album: Shwayze (2008)
Charted: 46

Songfacts®:

  • Shwayze told Pop Culture Madness about this song. He said: "I would say it is a summer crush, like when someone is 'buzzin'' all over you."
  • This was one of the first songs that Shwayze did with Cisco Adler. The Malibu rapper told Pop Culture Madness about how this song set the basis for this sound. Said Shwayze: "So, I came the next day and chilled, and he (Cisco Adler) was in the studio sure enough, after a little bit we had our first track, which is called 'Eighteen.' Then four songs later, or three songs, our fourth song was 'Buzzin,' so after we did 'Buzzin,' the first three tracks were based around me and I was just rapping, then we did 'Buzzin' with him on the hook, we were like 'Yo, that is really dope, we should try to do more like that!' That became our formula and we did a whole bunch of tracks like that."

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