Playful synths set an immediate tone, lulling listeners into a false sense of security. Little do they know, the imminent bass drop is about to change the aesthetic entirely, adding a foreboding thickness to the instrumental. "Cop something with the engine triceratops," raps Sage, in the track's opening verse, "three Sarahs in my bed, and they all tryna get it, I just told 'em that I just wanna try Sarah top." Double entendres drop like flies in the wintertime.
While Breezy has proven capable of murdering beats, like he does on Joyner Lucas collaboration "Stranger Things," he opts for a more sensual approach this time around. The melodic verse provides an interesting contrast with Sage's own contribution, though the beat may have merited from a more formidable Chris Brown presence. Still, at the core, "Buss It" remains a strip club anthem, and such intensity is often best checked at the door.
Yeah, car dealer, I be there a lot
Cop something with the engine triceratops
Three Sarahs in my bed, and they all tryna get it
I just told 'em that I just wanna try Sarah top