(Not-So) Hot Lady Track of the Week- Trey Songz featuring Fabolous' "Say Aah"

Posted at 8:00 AM Feb 03, 2010

By Nicki Escudero
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There just aren't enough songs about getting tipsy in the club then taking it to the bedroom. Wait...


The latest installment in that classy category is "Say Aah," a track by Trey Songz featuring Fabolous.

From the song, we learn it's a girl's birfday, and the singers are intent on getting her drunk. They know she's thirsty, so they tell her to "say aah" so that they can pour alcohol down her throat...before taking her to the condo and "beating her body like a congo." I've seen people beat congos many a-time, and I bruise easily. No, thanks.

Trey also justifies taking home a girl with a boyfriend because her boyfriend is "on that bullshit pimpin'." So, no, don't break up with the loser before you get busy with someone else--just hook up with the guy on the side while you're still attached to the cheater.

Besides the skeezy come-on's, some of the other lyrics in the song don't make a whole lot of sense. Trey sings, "We don't buy no drinks at the bar. We pop champagne 'cause we got that dough." Um, so does that mean you smuggle bottles of champagne in your baggy jeans instead of paying $5 for beer? Whatever floats your boat.

The music video is also a piece of generic fluff, with hot girls and guys hanging out in the club. Nothing original, nothing thought-provoking. The song is also boring, so I have no idea how it's currently on the Billboard 100 charts. Maybe there are people out there who actually adovacte guys shoving wine down girls throats before they date rape them.

Comments

Stephenie said:

This song's lyrics make me say: "Barf-a-larf." There, I made a rhyme. Record deal, plz.

Kathy said:

Im tired of these songs, they are not even close to good anymore...when will real music appear?
But im not going to say that he is not cute, because he looks good in that picture :D

brittany said:

Um, how does one beat a Congo? A bongo, maybe?

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