The Scoop: It’s only right the feel-good smash would get its proper remix. Omarion was not hesitant to share the spotlight when he recruited Dej Loaf, Trey Songz, Ty Dolla $ign and the MMG boss Rick Ross to round off the rapping. But the highlight of this melodic posse cut was definitely the Detroit native.
Def Loaf’s smooth-playeristic flow felt like a surfer riding a wave with funny punchlines and a positive message that didn’t feel preachy. This proved that the “Try Me” rapper is here to stay.
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The Spin: And yes, they still managed to sneak in Jhene’s awesomely famous “But he gotta eat the booty like groceries” line. Win. #TeamJhene
The Question: What do you think of the remix? Was this better than the original? Who killed the remix? Who ate the beat like groceries? Let us know in the comments below!