2 Chainz Debuts “Netflix” Featuring Fergie

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For the most part, no matter what you do today at some point you will likely think to yourself in a very Garfield manner, “I hate Mondays.” If you do, that’s okay, because 99% of the population feels exactly the same. Monday is the weekend killer. The unfriendly reminder that every seven days you have to continue grinding away at a project that is (likely) far bigger than yourself for wages you may or may not feel matches the work put in. You don’t see your friends, at least not in the same way, and you know that once you lay your head down tonight there will still be four “almost Mondays” waiting for you when the sun rises once more. There is no getting away from it, but thanks to 2 Chainz the fun of the weekend can last just a bit longer this week.

Hitting the net shortly after midnight, 2 Chainz released a new single featuring Fergie entitled “Netflix.” The song comes as an instant download to those who preorder his new album, B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time, and is one of only a few album cuts available online at this time. You can stream the song below.

Featuring Fergie of The Black Eyed Peas, “Netflix” is a track that boasts a typically ignorant beat with lyrics too absurd to take seriously. 2 Chainz makes reference to posting a sex tape on Netflix, then proceeds to touch on such familiar subject matter as money, bitches, and living the good life. Fergie adds some nice accompaniment, even taking a turn rapping, but the strength of her contribution overall is fairly minimal. It’s definitely nice to have her along if 2 Chainz plans to take the song to radio, but at this point that does not seem to be the case.

We were not the biggest fans of the debut album from 2 Chainz, but so far B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time is a lot of fun. Whether or not that continues to be the case remains unheard, but right now we’re definitely interested in hearing what else the album has in store. Comment below and let us know your thoughts on “Netflix.”

James Shotwell

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