Last we heard from Ester Dean, she was chronicling her nonstop paper chase on Get My Dough, a single off the official soundtrack to The Other Woman. Presumably, she was planning on spending at least part of her haul on brand name clothes and accessories. On strip club-ready promo cut Twerkin 4 Birkin, the pop songwriter and artist shifts focus to those ladies who cut out the middleman and go straight for the couture. Excluded from previous online leaks but present on this, the final version of the song, Juicy J. jumps on the unknown producer’s slow-winding beat to deliver a lecherous middle verse. Twerkin’ isn’t attached to a larger set, but you can click here to cop the single on iTunes.
Written by richard on 06/27/14
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