YG Joins Fergie for ‘L.A. Love (La La)’ Remix
It’s an official West coast connection on the remix of Fergie’s ‘L.A. Love (La La).’ The Grammy Award-winning singer already had a hit on her hands thanks to DJ Mustard but she upped the anti, adding YG’s own Compton co-sign to the banger.
The beat remains the same as Fergie doesn’t miss a beat on her highly anticipated comeback hit, taking the party anthem on an international tour. Meanwhile Mr. Four Hunnid steps on the scene towards the end of the track giving a shout to Dr. Dre and putting the LAPD on blast for the infamous 1991 Rodney King beating and for allegedly having him banned from Lil Wayne vs. Drake tour stops.
"Have you ever seen a gangsta gangsta make a billion dollars / Dre did it he from L.A. so pop yo collar / The LAPD be all over me / Tryin' to ban me from my own bity," he raps.
As if ‘L.A. Love (La La)’ wasn’t on your list of club anthems, YG and Fergie prove L.A. still knows how to party, boarding a party bus last weekend for the video shoot. Fergalicious shared behind-the-scenes photos via Instagram of the duo cruising through the Los Angeles streets stopping to chill with locals on Martin Luther King Blvd., and other parts of South Central.
No word when the video drops, but in the meantime listen to the remix.
Listen to Fergie's 'L.A. Love (La La)' Remix Feat. YG