jaboukie Young-White Releases New Song and Video "BBC"

The 28-year-old comedian/actor recorded the raunchy cut in his apartment, saying, "I want this song to be a song you can’t help but dance to."

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jaboukie Young-White make his first major foray into music.

At midnight Friday, the comedian/actor delivered “BBC” (Bad Bitch Coochie), a raunchy dance track released via Interscope Records. jaboukie began teasing the cut on social media this week, sharing a sneak peek at the head-turning outfit he rocks in the music video. 

“My song ‘BBC’ is out tonight,” he captioned a photo of him in a green dress and matching eyeshadow.

The track features instrumentals by jaboukie’s brother Javeigh Young-White, as well as mixing by Grammy winner Neal Pogue, engineering by Kensaltown East’s Alex Poeppel, and mastering by Mike Bozzi at Bernie Grundman Mastering. jaboukie recorded the demo more than two years ago in his apartment.

“Bad bitch coochie is a state of mind,” jaboukie said. “I had a four on the floor kick then my brother, Javeigh, laid a filthy, thumping bassline. I wanted the lyrics to reflect that cheeky and sleazy energy. I want this song to be a song you can’t help but dance to.”

He continued, “When the opportunity came to overdub my home recordings in a studio setting—to go from lo-fi to hi-fi—I was so excited. I figured if I was gonna go for it, I might as well go big.” 

Stream “BBC” now on all major platforms and watch the official music video above.


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