No matter if you are between the ages of 21 to 55, this is an anthem for all ages. Once the violin plays and Juvenile says, “Cash Money Records/ Takin’ over for the 9-9 and the 2000s,” we knew that it was going to be a banger. “Back that azz up” has turned 20 and we can’t go without saying that this song brings memories no matter where you are at. This is a twerk song for the girls that can be ratchet at either a family function, BBQ or even at a college party shakin a tail feather. Black women are fond to set trends to where America will know that this song is legendary after 20 years by creating an anthem of swinging at it. We can tell that the song is for the moment and didn’t realize it was going to be anthem or movement.
Cash Money was owning up to their name by Lil’ Wayne, Juvenile, Hot Boys and more. The solo acts plus the record label made it their year.
Peep the visual of the legendary song coming up and twerk.
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