Bobby V ft. OJ Da Juiceman - Party, Party, Party

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: Bobby V , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Fatboi
Album:
Untitled 4th Studio Album

After years of putting in work for the DTP family, young crooner Bobby V announced to our very own DJ Z that he was leaving Luda’s label to pursue the independent grind, a so far successful career choice that now brings us to the first single off his upcoming album Party, Party, Party. Hmmm…why do I get the feeling this song is about partying? Featuring the hilariously named OJ Da Juiceman (a.k.a. the dude you get on your track if Gucci Mane is busy), Party, Party, Party is an aptly uptempo banger that rides along on a Southern-styled beat from Fatboi that Bobby V floats over with his usual mix of sweet vocals and bad boy lyrics, promising any ladies in the vicinity that there’s no one better they can party, party, party with. It’s not exactly a triumphant return for Bobby, especially considering the terrible OJ verse, but it should be more than enough to remind America that he’s back and ready to roll. Bobby V’s upcoming fourth studio album currently has no release date or title.

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