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Bo$ Clique – I Jus’ Neeeda (Prod. B3auu) [Audio]

Hamilton, ON – The Bo$ Clique fam just hit us with their latest single release titled “I Jus’ Neeeda.” This joint is all about priorities. And sorry ladies, you’re definitely not a Bo$ Clique priority right now.

The track kicks off with EJ Grant on the first verse, followed by 88flow on the second verse and B3auu on the last verse. And in case you missed the memo – B3auu also produced this track. Check it out below.

Bo$ Clique - I Jus' Neeeda (Prod. B3auu) [Audio] - HipHopCanada.com

Our dudes took themselves to that next level in 2014 and now they’re raking in their first big wave of localized T-Dot rap fame. And – of course – fame comes with many admiring lady fans. But these guys aren’t feeling the fangirl love. In fact, girls have become an unwanted distraction from the rap game.

Think of this track as a public service announcement from the Bo$ boys for all of the ladies out there: don’t call them, don’t get in their faces, don’t do the fangirl thing. They’re not really interested right now. Hip-hop and Bo$ Clique are joined in holy matrimony, and you’re just going to have to take it in from the sidelines: “Girl don’t waste your time/ Sittin’ there callin’ my line/ See I jus’ neeeda hit that.”


Twitter: @BosClique | @B3auu | @BuddahAbusah | @88Flow

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