“Wassup Wit It” utilizes a clever “Tempted to Touch” sample to add to the seductive mystique the track gives off. Similar to Rupee‘s 2004 track, Aston Rush and Ye Ali are grasping with feelings of longing, confusion, and temptation because of one woman’s ostensibly mixed or vague signals. “Show me why the last n*gga done fell in love with it” shows the depth of desire and the lack of proper explanation of emotions by the woman at hand.
The instrumental can be likened to the American-dancehall beats that’ve been littering the mainstream in the past year; it’s easy to see this as another jam to be blasted in every basement party across America. The track was produced by The Understudy and Da MvPz, the former having produced one of Aston’s previous singles, “Private Party (Side Chick).” Stream the track below, and follow Aston on Twitter and Instagram.
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