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and Trey Songz
Bound to be a classic as far as strip club songs go, Juicy J introduces a new ‘make it rain’ anthem with “Bounce It,” featuring renowned hip hop artists Wale and Trey Songz. Beginning with a softer intro than most rap/ hip hop songs, “Bounce It” slowly builds up to the more upbeat, persuasive chorus: “Bounce it (bounce it), bounce it (bounce it)/ I’m about to throw a couple thousand (bounce it)/ (Ones, fives, tens, twenties)/ (Work your way up to them big face hundreds - just bounce it)/ Bounce it (bounce it), bounce it (bounce it)/ I’m about to throw a couple thousand.”
The stuccato chorus and slower, more subtle beat of R. Kelly’s latest song, “My Story” featuring 2 Chainz, is sure to set the mood for a lap dance or two. With lyrics such as “she make a pole disappear like hocus pocus/ you’re ain’t never gon’ find another ni**a this focused,” this new hip hop track is guaranteed to be on both a dancer’s and DJ’s top 10 list alike.
Nappy Boy never fails to set the mood at an adult nightclub. With well known hits such as “I’m in Love with a Stripper” and “Bartender” under his belt, T-Pain is back at it again with “Up and Down,” a tune that says it all with merely its title. Whether you are going up and down a pole or up and down with the motion of the ocean (for lack of a better term), T-Pain once again offers promisingly erotic persuasion with this kinky slow jam.
Krys Justice has broken into the adult nightclub scene and made his mark with “All Night Long,” the upbeat, booty-shaking single that was released in May 2010 and instantly lit up the charts, resulting in Best Music Video and Best Dance Song nominations at the 2010 Hollywood Music in Media Awards. This “Stratman Remix” is a cross between older Justin Timberlake and modern electronica, offering just the right combination of the two to get the females swaying their hips and the males in the mood to throw dollars.
Many up-and-coming rock bands—garage bands, let’s call them—play it safe. They book shows in the city or surrounding area where they live, trying to build a home-grown fan base as they chase that elusive dream of a “record deal.” Sure, they might drive a couple of hours to the next big city, but they’re still sleeping in their own beds every night. They may be working hard, but they’re not taking risks.