Akon ft. Wiz Khalifa - Dirty Work

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
DJ Frank E
Album:
Stadium

Stripping is Dirty Work, but someone’s gotta do it. At least, so says Akon on his latest Booth feature, a new single off his long-delayed senior set. The final, radio-ready version of a cut originally leaked to the ‘net in January, this record depicts the Konvict Muzik head honcho in what is essentially his default state: cheesing on a dancer at his local gentlemen’s club. DJ Frank E backs the artist’s wide-eyed expressions of lust with an addictive mix of chopped vocal samples and R&B guitar riffs, and Wiz Khalifa assists on the guest tip, returning the favor from his own recent single, Let It Go. Will this be the record that finally—finally!—gets Stadium a release date? Debate away and, as always, keep it locked for the latest.

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