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@TooShort x @MeterMobb – You Came To Party [MP3]

Too $hort x Meter Mobb - You Came To Party [Track Artwork]

Legendary Oakland rapper Too $hort collaborates with up and coming group, Meter Mobb, a trio consisting of Vincent “VT” Tolan, Victor Sagastume, and Lucas Andres Gorham to release the single “You Came To Party”, that will be featured on this Sunday’s (May 28th) episode of the hit HBO show “Silicon Valley” at 10 p.m. EST. Too $hort serves his classic flow over the high energy and upbeat track, about stealing your girl at the club.

I’m excited to have the opportunity to introduce Meter Mobb through this award winning show,” said Too $hort. “We had a lot of fun on this track and there is more to come. I have been developing a lot of really talented young artists and I can’t wait for everyone to hear what we have been working on.”

Silicon Valley: The Soundtrack [Album Artwork]

Too $hort’s in-house producer and Meter Mobb member, Vincent “VT” Tolan’s infectious vocals can be heard on the hook of “You Came To Party” and on E-40’s Bay Area hit “Bitch” featuring Too $hort both of which he produced.

You Came To Party” is available now for streaming across multiple platforms and for purchase on iTunes. The full “Silicon Valley” soundtrack will be released through Mass Appeal Records on June 23rd and is available for pre-order. The soundtrack also features Nas, DJ Shadow, Danny Brown, and many more.

Look out for updates on new releases from Too $hort’s artists as well as his forthcoming album, ‘The Pimp Tape‘, due this summer…Stay updated on TooShort.net | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube

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