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.

Akon Wiz Khalifa HitmakerR And B Pop

Written by
Posted 3 years ago
Get The PLUG app by DJBooth and get the best hip-hop writing and news delivered daily.

More from Akon

Featured Video

Hip Hop News

Action Bronson Freestyling With Melissa Etheridge Is The Best Thing You’ll See Today

Please, Music Gods. Please let this turn into a full collaborative effort. Read More
Posted 10 minutes ago by Brent Bradley

Listen Now: Vince Staples Releases Highly-Anticipated “Prima Donna” EP

One day earlier this expected, the Long Beach native has unleashed his brand new EP. Read More
Posted one hour ago by DJ Z

Mac Miller The English Teacher? It Could Have Happened

It sounds like whether through music or other means, Mac Miller just wants to work with words. Read More
Posted about 2 hours ago by Brent Bradley

Stacks On Deck: André 3000’s Top 10 Best Guest Verses

3 Stacks' feature on Frank Ocean's "Blonde" was impressive, but was it his best guest verse ever? Read More
Posted 2 hours ago by Matteo Urella

Kembe X’s Animated “Oxygen” Video is Among The Best of 2016

The Chicago emcee impresses yet again with animated visuals for standout selection from his "Talk Back" album. Read More
Posted 4 hours ago by DJ Z

Why Frank Ocean’s “Close To You” Nearly Brought Me To My Knees

Track 13 on Ocean's "Blond(e)" album is an interpolation of a classic Stevie Wonder live TV performance. Read More
Posted 5 hours ago by Martez Nunley
Sample Text - Sample Link
0:00
3:00
Shrink
Hide

TRENDING NOW



Flame

TOP 20 MUSIC CHARTS


Discover the best new songs, videos, and albums added to the Booth.