B.o.B. ft. Rick Ross & Juvenile - Haterz Everywhere (Remix)

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: B.o.B , Club
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Producer:
Ribah
Album:
The Adventures of B.o.B.

As B.o.B.‘s underground hit Haterz Everywhere We Go (as well as its first remix with Rich Boy) gained steam nationwide, a bigger remix to the song was sure to follow.  That official remix has arrived and has the M-I-Ayo boss Rick Ross joining B.o.B. to equally enjoy the shine and leave haters in the dust.  Evidently, Juvenile misinterpreted the title of the song; his disgust over newer rappers and the current state of the industry sounds very hater-like.  Nevertheless, when Haterz Everywhere peaks, look for this remix to get numerous spins everywhere the original is playing.

B.o.B Rick Ross Juvenile Club

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