Thankfully, someone finally gave Lil' Will a digital camera and $5.00 to shoot a video so the world can get in on the latest dance we'll all forget in six months.
Oh how I have waited for this day. I was beginning to think I would never see the video for this. If any of you knew about this and didn't email me about it, shame on you!
As a native Houstonian, I tend to look at things out of Dallas sideways. No offense, Dallas folk, but a lot of ya'll behave the same way towards us. But, it's good to know that Dallas has another song to go with besides "Oakcliff, That's My Hood." Go ya'll.
I heard this song months ago, and fell in ign't love with it. But alas, not everyone shares my enthusiasm for forgettable southern dance anthems.
I already know what the haters will say:
We don't need another dance.
It's just like all of the other dances.
This is so stupid.
To that I say:
You can never have enough two-step inspired dances.
You should be grateful, because that just means it's easier to learn.
Of course it is, but I read, so I'm good.
I mean it's better than the rack daddy. Like it or not, "My Dougie" is coming to a club near you, so get used to it. Don't believe me?
It already has the Soulja Boy seal of approval. Yahh trick yahh! I will be doing this in the club.
This song motivates to continue on with the Young Sinick movement. If Lil' Will can take Doug E. Fresh's name and come up with "My Dougie," then I should be able to do the same with the "Pac, Lock, & Drop It." What do ya'll think?