ScHoolboy Q - Party

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
Kenny Beats
Album:
#TDEFamAppreciationWeek

Since it is in fact Friday, TDE spitter ScHoolboy Q‘s Party couldn’t have come at a better time. So alert your local DJ, get the Tostitos on and popping, and let the good times roll. This latest record from Q and the most recent addition to the #TDEFamAppreciationWeek series finds the rapper dropping his animated rhymes with the backing of producer Kenny Beats’ booming bass and the use of a familiar sample. Fresh off the release of the music video for his cut THere He Go, ScHoolboy Q keeps it boastful on Party as he raps, “Got a new b**ch come from Barcelona/ Everybody love Q better ask yo mama.” If you, or “yo mama” for that matter, are in the market for more tunes from the Cali rapper then check out his Habits & Contradictions project, available for download on iTunes.

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