Lil Scrappy ft. Trey Songz - Thug It To The Bone

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Kane Beatz
Album:
Untitled Third Studio Album

Evidently, rapper Lil’ Scrappy was so embarrassed by his showing last week on DJBooth, he hid inside the very Trash Bag that we featured.  But since the calendar has turned to a new week, we decided to let Scrappy do some early spring cleaning and unleash another possible single.  On the new ‘stick-with-me’ anthem, Thug It To The Bone, Scrappy hooks up with hook-singing favorite Trey Songz and production ace Kane Beatz for a track that sounds refreshingly anti-Trash Bag.  It should be noted that while many listeners will enjoy Songz’ “we gonna ride until the wheels fall off” chorus, the late Static Major had a song of the same title, which clearly was the inspiration behind Thug It To The Bone.

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