Verse Simmonds ft. Pitbull & Darkchild - America

Posted 6 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Rodney "Darkchild" Jenkins
Album:
Stories of Da Bachelor

UPDATE: “America” is no longer available to stream.

I know what you’re thinking: “A Verse Simmonds record that isn’t about beautiful women/getting it on with beautiful women? What has this world come to?!” Well, there’s really no need to worry; on the lead single off his forthcoming debut album, the Virgin Islands singer/emcee is simply using America as a metaphor for a female he loves as passionately as the most zealous – and protective – patriot: “[I’ll] fight to keep her, battle anyone if they try to steal her…” Club-hop hitmaker Pitbull one-ups the headliner’s innocent expressions of love on the guest tip, revealing that it’s not just his heart that’s burning with patriotic fervor. Boasting a creative concept, an uptempo, synth-driven beat by Rodney “Darkchild” Jenkins and an insanely catchy sing-along chorus, this single seems destined to soar to the top of the charts like the pop-music equivalent of a bald eagle. Agree? Disagree? Either way, fans will be able to find this nationalistic banger, along with (I assume) plenty of straight-up bedroom jams on Verse’s Stories of a Bachelor LP, set to drop sometime this summer via Interscope.

Verse Simmonds Pitbull Club

Written by
Posted 6 years ago
Get The PLUG app by DJBooth and get the best hip-hop writing and news delivered daily.

More from Verse Simmonds

Featured Video

Hip Hop News

Mac Miller’s “The Divine Feminine” Album Is About The Stages Of Love

Love is the concept that Mac Miller will be exploring on his forthcoming "The Divine Feminine" album. Read More
Posted one day ago by Yoh

Young Thug’s “Jeffery” Cover Isn’t Shocking, Stop It

Young Thug is wearing a dress, it's not a big deal guys. Read More
Posted one day ago by Yoh

Young Thug “No, My Name is JEFFERY” Cheat Code Album Review

The artist either formerly or still known as Young Thug presents his most compelling work of the year. Read More
Posted one day ago by Brendan V

Mick Jenkins Continues Metaphorical Mastery With Powerful “Drowning” Visuals

When it comes to artfully representing the ills of society, Mick Jenkins is doing it better than anyone else. Read More
Posted one day ago by Brent Bradley

Drake’s “Please Forgive Me” Short Film is Coming September 30

Drizzy will follow-up his now triple-Platinum certified "Views" album with a 40-scored short film. Read More
Posted one day ago by DJ Z

Vince Staples Says 50 Cent’s Early Music Influenced His Gang Activity

The demonization of rap has been a long-standing problem for the genre, but there's truth to its influence. Read More
Posted one day ago by Brent Bradley
Sample Text - Sample Link
0:00
3:00
Shrink
Hide

TRENDING NOW



Flame

TOP 20 MUSIC CHARTS


Discover the best new songs, videos, and albums added to the Booth.