T.I. & Q-Tip - Why You Wanna (Mick Boogie Remix)

Posted 10 years ago
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UPDATE: “Why You Wanna (Mick Boogie Remix)” is no longer available to stream.

DJ Mick Boogie hit us off with a tasty remix of T.I.‘s most recent single off the King album, Why You Wanna.  When you hear the hook on the original version, you will understand why Mick incorporated Q-Tip into his remix. Although the beat is virtually unchanged, the remix flawlessly blends Q-Tip into the hook as well as a short verse near the middle of the song.

The original was straight fire, but I’d take Mick Boogie’s remix over it any day. The addition of Q-Tip adds a much needed extra voice to the track. I think this song could be a bigger hit than “What You Know” and a DJ could really spice us the set by dropping the remix as opposed to the original.  Its definitely the type of track that will have people asking “Yoooo, where you get that remix?”

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