Swizz Beatz Performs New Song, ‘Dance Like a White Girl’
Swizz Beatz performed for the ladies Thursday night (April 14) for Girls Night Out at Webster Hall in New York City. The producer put on his rapping hat to entertain the crowd with his current single, 'Everyday (Coolin'),' which will appear on his forthcoming effort 'Haute Living.'
The Bronx native commanded the stage, dressed in a red hoodie, and asked those in the audience to throw their hands in the air before rhyming the catchy hook of "Everyday, they ask how I'm doin'/ Deuces up, playboy, I'm coolin'." While Eve is featured on the track, fans didn't expect to see her at the venue when she popped out for her verse, rocking alongside Swizz in a fur vest and bright green pants.
"You know that's my motherf--kin' sister, right?" Swizz said with his arm around the blond-haired rapper. "How many people wanna see Eve back?" he continued, which drew booming applause from the crowd.
Later in his set, the NYU professor-in-residence debuted a brand new track, 'Dance Like a White Girl.' "Everyday is your birthday, so hit the floor," Swizz explained before the song hit, the words later turning into the hook. "When this s--t come on, this is your excuse to go as f--kin' crazy as you wanna go!" Then spitting rapid-fire rhymes, the rapper showcased the song, a bass-thumping banger perfect for girls -- not just white ones -- everywhere.