When professional relationships teeter on the line of full blown sexuality, sometimes better judgement eludes both parties. Jacquees and Young Thug prophesize a work relationship gone steamy on "Studio." The record strewn together by DJ Spinz, respectfully makes the decision hers and hers only. Jacquees has a session in the West End, and since time a constraint, he invites her to pull up. The fantasy played out suggestively leaving lots of empty space for the listener to role play as well.
Young Thug's fantasy is much less deep-rooted. He asks baby girl to rub his joint like a "mongoose," which I assume means he wants to be petted. It's hard to believe 4275 is only Jacquees debut record, mind you he has dealt with a great deal of push backs since he came up on the scene. The album title refers to his home address as he was growing up, a nod to his journey up to this point. "Studio" isn't the only high profile collab on 4275, the album also features cameo spots from Chris Brown, Birdman, Jagged Edge and DeJ Loaf.
Caught it in the studio, call me Julio, yeah
I'm just a real big playa, you can call me a Gigolo, ayy
'Bout to fuck you from the back, right in my studio, ayy
I'm 'bout to drip my swag, baby hold on, sit back
Watch a bitch rub my dick like a mongoose
Make her drink Remy, nigga, call me Papoose
Pockets full of blue-face hundreds, suwoop
Straight from the back of the lab, make a beat too