[New Music] Skrizzy Taps 24hrs For “Undercover Hoe”

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Skrizzy (@TrillSkrizzy) taps Rostrum Records recording artist 24hrs (@2fourhrs) for his latest late night leak “Undercover Hoe.” Landing just in time for #BlackMusicMonth, the colorful collaboration follows the LA-based vocalist’s – also known as Young Scrap – previous releases “Eleventh Hour” and “SZN.” Detailing the risqué routine of wayward women looking to catch the eye of elite bachelors, the Most Necessary featured cut serves as the soundtrack for Summer “situationships”.

The talented triple threat’s career took flight in 2011 after he released the debut installment of his ‘Music We Can Fuck To’ mixtape series, which was described by The FADER as “the most consistent mixtape series out.” A few years later the confident crooner would liberate Faded Ambition, which housed his Billboard chart-topping single “Love LA” (Prod. By DJ Mustard). He later went on to co-write Platinum recording artist V.I.C‘s hit single “Twerk It, which landed at #69 on Billboard Hot 100 and was featured in the soundtrack for Tyler Perry‘s movie ‘Boo 2!: A Medea’s Halloween.

This song is an ode to LA party girls. You know the ones that take pictures holding a guys hand just to show off his AP. The type that shows face at a different ball players VIP section every week, but got a boyfriend; yeah – that girl. 24hrs spoke from the perspective of a “rapper boyfriend” with an overly curious girlfriend who constantly has her heartbroken due to curiosity.

Skrizzy

Press play on “Undercover Hoe” via your DSP of choice below and be sure to follow Skrizzy on Instagram HERE.

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