Far East Movement ft. Rye Rye - Jello

Posted 5 years ago
The Stereotypes
Untitled Cherrytree Records Comp.

After taking a pole dancing class, I’ve got a brand new appreciation for the intricacies of ass shaking. Relevance? Well, any willing booty might want to bounce to the Far East Movement‘s newest jam Jello, featuring Baltimore-electro-pop performer Rye Rye. Perfect for nights when you wanna get fly like a G6, Jello is kinda like that more-accepted Whistle While You Twerk from the Ying Yang Twins. Rye Rye works the hook and riffs while production from The Stereotypes works in the group’s favor as they take super-beats to different heights using induced snares and other sounds that are too futuristic for definition. While riding the wave that moves party goers around the world, I doubt you can expect anything that sounds remotely different from them. Maybe that’s a good thing…who the hell knows? What we do know is that Jello will continue to jiggle asses of all sizes this November as the single will appear on the compilation album from their label, Cherrytree, a subsidiary of Interscope.

Far East Movement Rye Rye ClubHitmaker

Written by
Posted 5 years ago
Get The PLUG app by DJBooth and get the best hip-hop writing and news delivered daily.

More from Far East Movement

Featured Video

Hip Hop News

Holy Sh*t You Need to Watch Kool Keith & DOOM’s Stop Motion “Super Hero” Video

Keith and DOOM’s latest collaboration gets a perfectly trippy set of stop motion visuals. Read More
Posted about 37 minutes ago by Brent Bradley

Kanye West & Hip-Hop’s Transformation from Conscious to Woke

If you don’t believe me, then run back Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright.” Read More
Posted about 42 minutes ago by Tara Mahadevan

RZA Reveals Radioactive Azealia Banks Lied About Record Deal

Ultimately, Banks has nobody to blame but herself for her abhorrent behavior. Read More
Posted about 52 minutes ago by DJ Z

A$AP Ferg’s “New Level” Remix is an Example of a Remix Done Right

It's been nearly a year since the original, but the wait was well worth it. Read More
Posted 2 hours ago by Brent Bradley

Drumma Boy & the Past, Present & Future of Trap

Drumma Boy got his big producer break in 2005 and hasn't slowed down since. Read More
Posted 3 hours ago by Yoh

5 Things We Learned From Kendrick Lamar’s GQ Style Interview with Rick Rubin

Despite having never met previously, the veteran producer was able to pull some genuine gems from the Compton emcee. Read More
Posted about 4 hours ago by Brent Bradley
Sample Text - Sample Link




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