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Choon Choosday: Tweet – Oops (Oh My)

26 August, 2014

Over a decade ago, before anyone knew there would be such a thing as tweeting (or even social media at all) this tune came out. The production is by Timbaland, who at the time was also working with Missy Elliott on stuff like  Get Ya Freak On, with beats that still sound like the future today.

This is another one of those where you need proper speakers to appreciate the bass line, but even on a laptop or a phone you can appreciate just how damn sexy this tune is, especially Missy’s verse (“I was looking so good I couldn’t reject myself”).

Awesome beats, sexy singer, naughty lyrics… Oh My indeed! Whadda





From → Choon Choosday, Music

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