Gauging your potential interest in an artist revolves around their name first and then whether or not they have any discernible skills. Lil Moe might already have one strike against him due to the fact his name will instantly make people remember “Superwoman” & “Put It On Me” but the visual for “Flyy” might do a little changed. Backed by hard hitting 808s, a drum track tailored around women with rotund bottoms can easily do you favors in the club and elsewhere.

As a single by its lonesome? It’s cheesy but carries the sort of weight that makes a remix with a few bigger artist all the more likely. Pretty soon we might have to think of Baton Rouge & New Orleans when it comes to Lil Moe. Until then, I’ll have images of chicks in bathtubs on the brain thanks to this one.