“Girl, I’ll use my hands, I broke it down from head to toe/You got that ecstasy and I just need a dose/Come closer baby, turn up baby/I wanna go up, sun on your stomach, I’m feeling you up,” Jacquees sings on the second verse.
The singer quickly hands it over to Dej Loaf, who finishes up the verse about her sexual demands.
“He got my legs up, I got his head up/I need a king, not no lil’ boy, I told him man up/He know I got the juice, I’m like Nantucket/I know my place, I ain’t worried about nann woman,” Dej Loaf raps.
Jacquees has been able to land collaborations like this one thanks to the connections of Birdman. Earlier this year, Jacquees spoke to XXL about his decision to sign to Cash Money Records.
“It was a great feeling because Stunna was one of my idols growing up,” Jacquees said. “So to be in front of him and for him to accept me was dope. That was a dream come true, because I always said the only person I would sign to is Birdman. He was like one of the only people I said I would sign to.”
If you have not been keeping up with Jacquees in 2016, it is time to catch up. A great place to start would be his Mood mixtape, which dropped back in January.