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Song of the Day: “Everybody On The Floor” featuring Migos by The Game

The Game

The lines about Cee-Lo’s weight and calling Quavo “Elmo” because his haters tickle him aren’t the only laughable lines. California’s bad boy The Game just released a hot Trap record titled “Everybody On The Floor” which features a stellar verse by the main artist that hilariously mentions the lack of Benzino’s neck, drug-dealing references and his open case. To be honest, even though Game has the last verse on the record, it sounds more like a Migos record featuring The Game. Check out the new track below. It’s marvelous:

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