A new Dwele track featuring Mike City and a posthumous verse from Phife Dawg, "Wanna Dance" has just dropped.

Late last year it was announced that Phife had an album dropping sometime in 2017 called Forever, and it looks as if this track is going to be on the record. Dwele has also dropped a version, replacing one of Phife's verses with one of his own, which will appear on his forthcoming album.

The song finds Phife serenading his lover with “pure ecstasy/ When we exchange pleasantries."

"Apple bottoms like mellissa ford (good lord)/Inside of you is where I need to be/Let ya hair down, Come belly dance for me/You own it to yaself, To be loved by Phife diggy/You can’t Deny, Ya love my personality (word)," Phife spits on the song.

You can listen to both versions below.

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