Waka Flocka & DJ Whoo Kid Are "Turn Up Godz" On "Rock Paper Scissors"

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September 09, 2017 14:06
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Rock Paper Scissors

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Flocka once again proves he can do it all.


Waka Flocka and DJ Whoo Kid deemed themselves The Turn Up Godz on their EDM-leaning tour and subsequent mixtape in 2015. Now they've released a new track alongside Orlando rap/electronic production duo The Runners called "Rock Paper Scissors." The Runners are responsible for tracks like Curren$y's 2006 single "Where Da Cash At," DJ Khaled's "Go Hard," Rihanna's "Cheers (Drink To That)" and many more. Their new collab with Waka and Whoo Kid is high-BPM EDM that captures the energy of their live shows, containing some massive drops and shouted refrains from Flocka.

Waka recently shared a new released date for Flockaveli 2 (October 5th). He announced the project was complete back in 2013, but has been dealing with label issues ever since. Last November, he revealed he had parted ways with Atlantic. “I’m officially a free agent,” he wrote on Twitter. "No label! I wanna personally thank every fan that called my old label.”

Waka released the Flockaveli 1.5 mixtape in 2015. His most recent project was Lebron Flocka James 4, a collaboration with Young Sizzle AKA Southside.

He originally planned to release a project called Flockaveli Psychotics which would showcase his EDM side. It is unclear if the project will ever be released. Judging by the new single, ut seems more likely that Flocka will release a Turn Up Godz project in the near future.

As someone who saw his share of detractors early in his career, Waka recently advised rappers to embrace the new generation of rappers. "Mufuckas be throwing shade to these young n*ggas too," he said in an Instagram post. "Yall n*ggas stop fronting like ya don't be hearing about these young n*ggas rapping and turning up. Stop hating on these young n*ggas." Though it was initially a divisive project, Waka's Flockaveli is now looked at as one of the most influential albums of the last few years. Will Flockaveli 2 live up to its name?

Quotable Lyrics:
Met her in the back on the party
Then she got to actin' all naughty
Oh, this her party
She grindin' and twerkin'
She gon' ride me like a Harley

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