In the opening salvo of "Jump On It," Jacquees presents an interesting thesis statement to be sure, claiming "real n***as get nasty baby." As the verse progresses, the talented singer aims to add credence to his words, depicting situations verging on pornographic. Still, when presented through his dulcet tones, even the most lewd fantasy feels almost wholesome. Such is the power of rnb, a genre more sexually charged than most, despite its gentle reputation.
Over a bouncy, somewhat West-Coast inspired instrumental, Jacquees weaves a tale of love-in-the-club, albeit the kind with an expiration date. Instant gratification, in an age that understands the concept well. "Just bend that ass, and keep them cheeks jumpin'," croons Jacquees, as if requesting to put the radio louder. It stands to reason that this one might be aimed at the ladies, but for the fellas looking to live vicariously, perhaps consider having your notebooks at the ready.
Mixtape twelve play
She wanna hear something
It's real late, for play
I wanna hit something
I brought my reef, she got bottles
She wasn't on weed, she's my model