Skrizzy enlists Strip Club Song Veterans for “Troublesome”

If there were ever a formula for making the hardest strip club banger possible, Skrizzy has definitely unlocked it. Along with his own catchy lyrics and bouncy flow, consider the steps below a Strip Club Banger 101 Class.

Step 1: Producers & Engineers

“Troublesome” is produced by Producer 20 and Fantom, both of whom are bonafide hitmakers, especially when it comes to club music. Fantom is responsible for Soulja Boy’s Tik Tok smash “She Make It Clap” and Producer 20 has produced songs like DaBaby’s “Walker Texas Ranger”, Lil Keed’s “Pull Up” and half of Stunna 4 Vegas’ 2019 project “BIG 4x”. To top it all off, the song is mixed by 12x Grammy-winning engineer Chris “Tek” O’Ryan.

Step 2: A Fire Verse & Feature

Featured on the song is Wolf Pack Music Group signee Renni Rucci who, at one point before her rap career, was a stripper herself. Renni recently released an ode to twerking with Kevin Gates titled “Hands On Ya Knees” and is currently dating 1017 signee Foogiano who’s hit track “Molly” had invaded strip clubs everywhere by mid-2020.

Step 3: Have as Many Girls Twerking and Money In the Video as Possible

See it for yourself:

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