Who doesn't like a birthday bash? While the majority of folks only celebrate their born day once a year, Swizz Beatz proposes something different on his new single "Everyday Birthday," which he released Friday (November 2) on iTunes.
"Every day is your birthday/ Now hit the floor," Swizz chants at the top of the riot-starting song.
For the track's rambunctious instrumental, Swizz uses Quincy Jones' theme for the 1960s television police drama "Ironside" as inspiration. That and a pounding bass drum is enough to set a rapping Chris Brown off as he spits: "Whatchu think you doin' in here/ Girl, I got 100 bottles of that rosé/ Hoes, they always be in my ear."
Repeated instructions to "dance like a white girl" should pique interest for the video, which is set to premiere on MTV2's "Week in Jams" at 11 a.m. ET on Sunday. Already, Swizz teased the clip on Instagram, sending a pic of himself, Breezy and Luda in the middle of the dance floor while ladies wave their arms behind them.
Swizz has been busy in the studio lately and has even signed on to [article id="1696258"]executive produce the LOX's long-delayed third LP[/article], MTV News has learned. "The last meeting I had was with Swizz and [DJ] Khaled, and they're executive producing this new LOX album," Sheek Louch told MTV News last month.
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