Album: Trill Entertainment, Trill Entertainment Presents: Survival of the Fittest (2007)
Shoulders. Chest. Pants. Shoes. The banger to end all bangers, the remix of Foxx's "Wipe Me Down" was a national dance smash, joining "Independent" in the Billboard Top 40 and giving every other novelty dance single a run for its money with a verse that ranks among Boosie's best, even when compared with his soul-searching, serious material.
"Wipe Me Down" has an effortless effervescence, coasting from verse to verse without wearing out its welcome. While a swift bounce beat from Mouse on Tha Track hums along like a new engine, Boosie opens by spelling out his name, jokes about redbones stealing his underwear, and brags about choking on a pound of purple and being famous like the Ninja Turtles. And, of course, the best reality rap brag of all time: "Fresh fade, fresh J's, on the corner playing spades/I'm a ordinary person but I'm paid."