Less than two weeks ago, DJBooth featured the Gorilla Zoe song, Work That Pole. The feature received mixed results from our readers, but in all fairness to Zoe, a song meant to be played at a strip club just doesn’t sound right amplified out of computer speakers. In an effort to discredit the mulligan we just gave Zoe, however, Cashville Ten-A-Key’s Young Buck has created the appropriately titled, The Strip Club. Using a completely different rhyme pattern and vocal tone, Buck encourages the fine females of the exotic dancing industry to work the pole over an eerie beat courtesy of producer J.A.. The Strip Club can be found on Buck’s forthcoming mixtape, On Da Grind, courtesy of his own Cashville Records.
Written by DJ Z on 02/25/08
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