Yung Berg ft. Lil’ Wayne & Brisco - B*tch Please

Posted 8 years ago
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Producer:
Drumma Boy
Album:
Look What You Made Me

After several delays and a plethora of buzz singles, Yung Berg has finally set March 11th as the release date for Look What You Made Me.  While the second official single has yet to be released, and Berg continues to crank out possibilities, the world is treated to another song entitled B*tch PleaseLil’ Wayne (who collaborated with Berg on Gettin’ to the Money) once again assists by using his T-Pain-certified voice box on the hook (a la Duffle Bag Boy).  That alone could be enough to ensure a hit, but Cash Money’s Brisco puts in a verse at the end and producer Drumma Boy sticks with a familiar and likable sound on the beat.  Tune in March 11th to find out what we made Berg.

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