After listening to this song I can honestly say that the only thing that I want for my birthday is in fact a Big Booty Hoe. This big booty hoe I speak of may be a little bit different than the one described by 2 Chainz and Yeezy, however if it looks like a big booty hoe, talks like a big booty hoe, and acts like a big booty hoe than it is probably a big booty hoe.
This calls for a ”Mr. West is in the building”. While Yeezy has already “touched the sky” I still think it is neccessary to toss praise his way. Kanye West once said that “nothing is promised in life except death” well with all do respect Mr. West I”ll PROMISE the world that this song you’ve got here is the surest thing since Andrew Luck entered his name on the draft board. If this is not a hit song than Barry Bonds wasn’t on the juice, Denzel is a shitty actor, Joakim Noah is handsome, and O.J was sentenced appropriately. I would usually inform the readers that I may be a little biased because I am a Kanye fan, but I will refrain from that considering that I’m confident that everyones racist great uncle would turn his speakers to the max and jam to this all week. Pusha T must be in Kanye’s good graces because he has been apart of many of Kanye’s masterpieces (Ie. Runaway). I think I have hyped this track up enough to the point where even the biggest haters of hip-hop would have to take a few minutes out of their miserable days to listen to this work of art. Well, you heard it here first (hopefully). You’re welcome.
Recently, DJ Khaled has not seen as much success as he did in past years, but this song is fire. DJ Khaled goes in with Yeezy and Ricky Ross on a track that, like Kanye West, is extremely original. This song is not one of DJ Khaled’s over played chants, but instead it is a rap song that will get you ready for whatever you are doing this weekend.