Git Fresh ft. Rick Ross - Tipsy

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Git Fresh , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Bigg D
Album:
TBD

After transforming from an R&B group called Deepside to a new incarnation as Git Fresh, members Mike Ezay, Pretty $ly, Penny and Rude Boi have taken a different route with their music. Rocking a more thuggish vibe, reminiscent of previous collaborator R. Kelly, Git Fresh upped the buzz for their upcoming release with their first single, Booty Music, which dropped this past summer. On Tipsy, their new single with Miami’s own Rick Ross, the fellas make a play for the ladies once again.  The guys spill the beans about a girl whose love has got them so intoxicated that they don’t want to be sober ever again; over a relaxed, keyboard-inflected beat full of dreamy synths from producer Bigg D, Ross drops in a few clever rhymes about his lady love. Expect more female-friendly tracks on Git Fresh’s new album when it drops in the second quarter of 2009.

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