Move Somethin' is the second studio album by Miami-based hip hop group 2 Live Crew. It was released on August 17, 1988 via Luke Records and was produced by Luke Skyywalker and Mr. Mixx. It was certified Gold by Recording Industry Association of America and featured the singles "Move Somethin'" and "Do Wah Diddy Diddy". The album improved on the charts from the previous album, making in to number 68 on the Billboard 200 and number 20 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart.
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Move Somethin’ Lyrics. Intro: (Mixx cuts: "DROP YO' DRAWS AND OPEN YO' LEGS UP WIDE, BITCH!") Verse 1: Brother Marquis I've been wanting to tell you this for a while I like your fake blue eyes and your hoey style So let's go for a walk through the park You can suck my dick in the dark And just do what I ask; bitch, bend over Let me ride your backside like dogs do each other I. know that you're with it, so don't start frontin' I don't wanna be your man; I wanna MOVE SOMETHIN'! (Mixx cuts: "You might as well give up the pussy . Move Somethin' is the first single and title track of 2 Live Crew’s second album. A clean version of the song was released to radio and peaked at on the US R&B/Hip-Hop Chart in the summer of 1988. On its flipside is the song Head, Booty & Cock (which was listed on some releases of the album Move Somethin' simply as H-B-C ). Move Somethin’" Track Info.
Crew finalizes record Steffen move to Man City. Columbus Crew SC announced on Tuesday that goalkeeper Zack Steffen will join Manchester City during Major League Soccer's summer transfer window. Steffen, 23, is expected to cost the Premier League title holders between £7 million and £10 million - which would constitute a Crew and league record for a keeper - with the deal set to be completed when MLS opens its secondary transfer window on July 9, 2019. Manchester City also confirmed the news of the deal, saying Steffen would remain with the Crew for the start of the 2019 MLS campaign before joining them on a four-year deal in July
Move on Up. by. Curtis Mayfield. Producer: Curtis Mayfield.