Title: Rock Ya Body
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Chorus I wanna touch ya body, touchin it all night like long until the break of dawn I'm gonna rock ya body, rockin it all night long until the beak of dawn. Verse One Turn off ya phone let me turn ya body on I'm so mesmerized girl you got me in the zone The way your booty sittin in that sexy red thong Make me wanna touch ya body shawty all night long Lay down on the bed Imma give ya what you need And ya body is a book and baby Imma. Mornin, yawnin time to go to work now we call our bosses say we're feelin sick cuz.
Blockerboy Music LLC 2010. Main genre: Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B. Contains samples of 1 song. Hook, Riff Soul, Funk, Disco. Summer Breeze by The Isley Brothers (1973).
Dallas Blocker born Nathan Blocker aka Dallas is an American vocalist producer and songwriter best known for his work in RB hip hop and pop music Af. With the release of Alone (EP) and the subsequent release of the Love & Lust album in Japan, Blocker soon headlined Japan’s Save R&B tour in September 2009 and opened for R&B star Babyface at Houston’s Arena Theater in August 2010. In 2010, Blocker’s smash hit Rock Ya Body, produced by Texas hit-making duo Beanz N Kornbread, debuted on Billboard’s Top 100 chart at and was heard by more than two million listeners weekly with heavy radio play in Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas. The single spent 20 weeks on the Billboard charts.
About body rock dance competition.
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Body Count's self-titled debut album was released on Sire/Warner Bros. Records on March 31, 1992. The Dallas Police Association and the Combined Law Enforcement Association of Texas launched a campaign to force Warner Bros. Records to withdraw the album. Within a week, they were joined by police organizations across the United States. Some critics argued that the song could cause crime and violence. Many defended the song on the basis of the group's right to freedom of speech. In 1993, Body Count recorded a cover of "Hey Joe" for the Jimi Hendrix tribute album Stone Free: A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix. The band released their second album, Born Dead in 1994 on Virgin Records. Prior to the recording of Body Count's third album Violent Demise: The Last Days (1997), bassist Mooseman left the group and was replaced by Griz.
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