Eve ft. Pusha T & Juicy J - She Bad Bad (Remix)

Posted 3 years ago
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She Bad Bad, the lead single off Eve‘s long-awaited senior set, failed to make a strong impression on Boothgoers when it first hit our front page in October 2012. Sometimes, though, all it takes to transform a so-so record into a banger is a couple of carefully-selected guest features—thus, the Ruff Ryders alum’s enlisted two in-demand homies to contribute bars to the official remix. Joining the headliner over Jukebox hypnotically danceable, electro-tinged production, Pusha T laces the front with his trademark deadpan braggadocio, and Juicy J closes proceedings with some rapidly-flowed ruminations on—what else?—weed and strippers. So, readers, She Bad Bad even badder the second time around, or do you prefer the original? Either way, stay tuned; with comeback album Lip Lock slated to drop May 14, Eve is preparing to unveil a second official single, Make It out This Town, in February.

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