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Song Premiere: Kreayshawn, 'Twerkin!!!' feat. Diplo and Sissy Nobby

Bay Area MC pays rowdy tribute to booty shakin'

Kreayshawn
Brooke Nipar
September 10, 2012 12:05 PM ET

Click to listen to Kreayshawn's 'Twerkin!!!' feat. Diplo and Sissy Nobby

Kreayshawn pays a rowdy, wobbly tribute to booty shakin' on her new track "Twerkin!!!" Over a swirling beat that morphs with intensity, the Bay Area MC defiantly weaves her high-pitched flow to describe impressive back-end dance moves. Diplo steps out from behind the decks and into a more active role, smothering the mic for a deadpan motormouth hook, while Sissy Nobby injects hyped up rally cries. "I'm not really concerned with trying to turn haters into believers," Kreayshawn told Rolling Stone in May. "I just think it's going to be a fun-ass album for my fans that I have now, and for people who have only heard one song."

"Twerkin!!!" is on Kreayshawn's upcoming debut album, Somethin 'Bout Kreay, out September 18th. Preorder it here.

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