“Finna Get Loose” by Puff Daddy & The Family featuring Pharrell is turning into an internet hit. The tune is an instant party-starter and judging from social media outpouring of “Finna Get Loose” dance videos, the song is shaping up to be the perfect dance battle track for the summer. Seems like everyone is getting loose, and doing their best interpretation of the Diddy Bop (falling not included).
Diddy, Pharrell and their extended families are posting the best choreography videos they see to accompany the infectious beat and there’s even a #finnagetloosechallenge underway on Instagram. Check out some of the best moves thus far to “Finna Get Loose” and see if you can match the swag. Just don’t bust your ass in front of your crush at a party or get showed up by your little cousin at the family barbecue, click HERE.
Kap G is quickly becoming one of the new faces of hip-hop. The 20-year-old Mexican-American earned national attention in April of 2015, after appearing on CNN to discuss his song, “La Policia (Remix)” featuring T.I. and David Banner. The timely record touched on the ongoing issues of police brutality and racial profiling in the aftermath of the death of Freddie Gray, killed in the back of a police van in Baltimore that month.
Born and raised in Atlanta’s College Park neighborhood to Mexican parents, Kap, a.k.a. George Ramirez, began rapping his sophomore year of high school. After receiving his diploma, the aspiring MC ruled out college to focus on his rap career. “I knew college wasn’t for me,” he remembers. “I just couldn’t do the regular 9-5, so I got determined and made the effort.”
The ‘Warriors’ film, directed by Eric Yue, portrays The Clipse’s Pusha T. as the titular warrior escaping authorities in a not-too-distant future.
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