Imagine if the Bay Area held it’s own America’s Best Dance Crew. It’s an epic thought that’s materialized into a 4-minute music video for E-40 & B-Legit’s new single “Boy“.
From the Jabbawockeez to the Turf Feinz, the Ambassador of the Bay calls on his home turf’s finest dancers to battle on the dance floor of the his new music video. The Adrian Per-produced film is filled with energy and excitement found only in the Bay, which is accredited to this slapper and all that E-40 & B-Legit have created since day one. What I’m saying is, they’re the reason why the dancers have such a hyphy spirit.
HBK Gang member P-LO is featured on the hook and produced the hit, and makes an appearance doing the #SmeezeBoyChallenge – curated by the Turf Feinz’ Chonkie F. Tutz – at the end of the video. You should try the dance. Trust me, it’s hella fun if you do it to the right song.
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“Boy” is off E-40 & B-Legit’s collaborative album Connected & Respected, which is slated to release on April 6. Peep “Fo Sho“, their first single off the album that features JT The 4th.