Ke$ha gets sleazier with some of her favorite rappers, Wiz Khalifa, T.I., Lil Wayne, and André 3000, on “Sleazy Remix 2.0.” The track samples “Sleazy” from Ke$ha’s Cannibal EP. The track was produced by Benny Blanco, Dr. Luke, and Bangladesh.
Wiz opens the track with some pretty sick verses and even gives a shout out to his current girlfriend Amber Rose, spittin’, “OK, I’m young and I’m tatted/ I get them bucks like an addict/ Rocking this Christian Dior/ I spend so much on my fabric/ I got a wifey at home/ And what she wants she can have it.”
Second up to rap is André 3000. His verse appears on the official remix on Ke$ha’s EP. His part is just alright in my book.
T.I. steps up to the plate next, with what I think is the best verse out of the whole track. He kills it! The King of the South asks Ke$ha, “Do you know what to do with me?” before explaining how much swag he has with the ladies.
Last up on the song is Weezy, who takes over with his usual Young Money style of rapping. Ironically, Weezy spits about all the swag and fortune he has despite the song’s chant “I don’t need you or your brand new Benz/Or your boozy friends/And I don’t need love, looking like diamonds/Looking like diamonds.” Maybe Weezy didn’t actually listen to the original song.
Overall, the song doesn’t sound like a remix but rather four different rappers doing their own thing to the backdrop of “Sleazy.” It almost sounds like some kind of rap battle between the four rappers.
If this was a battle, T.I. would definitely come out on top as the winner with Wiz finishing in a close second. The King of the South just nails his verse perfectly against the heavy drum beats with his southern charm and style. On a T.I. note, the rapper has been making an incredible comeback from his stint in prison with his new reality show and all the appearances he’s been making. I can’t wait for his album to drop.
Also, looks like someone finally took a shower! Or at least Photo Shop made it look like someone finally took a shower…
Listen to “Sleazy Remix 2.0″ below. Do you dig the remix or the original more?
Source: MTV News
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