Last summer, long time DJ Kurd Maverick dropped “Hell Yeah,” a party starting, blood pumping electro effort with chants appropriate for your wildest nights out. Looking to take his track to the next level, Kurd finds rapper Jermaine Dupri to take over his pride production. Dupri takes a role that is less rapper and more MC, supplying the track with lines that have provoked hip-hop club crowds for years. Reinvented, “Hell Yeah” has been released via Spinnin Records as a joint effort between the German producer and hip-hop heavyweight.
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