Ester Dean - Get My Dough

Posted 2 years ago
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The Other Woman Soundtrack

If love was a universal currency Ester Dean would cash out for that green. Along the way, though, the Zone 4/Interscope Records artist’s new single Get My Dough, will serve as your girlfriend and your mom’s new favorite empowering theme song. You’ll be hearing, “I’m not a tramp. I’m not a sl*t. I’m not a hoe. But I’ma get my dough,” more than a few times in the coming warmer months. The uptempo Dr. Luke production goes down like sweet lemonade and will give the ladies that sugar rush to help them look forward to Friday. With Get My Dough set to be featured in the upcoming film, The Other Woman, starring Cameron Diaz, Kate Upton, Leslie Mann, and Nicki Minaj, and the sequel to Pitch Perfect locked in for 2015, I don’t see much of an issue for Ester to rake in all the dough she wants for quite a while.

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