West Coast rapper Tyga is low-key nice-nice with the dance moves. The hip-hop star has lit up social media with a look at how he does the Drake Toosie Slide.
This week, Tyga’s Toosie Slide was seen on Instagram to give us some must-see content. In the video, the California native is shown busting out Drizzy’s Toosie Slide in his kitchen.
Over the past few days, various celebrities have joined the Toosie Dance movement. R&B singer Chris Brown‘s daughter and Chicago hip-hop artist Chance The Rapper have both flexed their dance moves to Drizzy’s popular record.
“This my first attempt. I hope yall like this song cuz ima post a dance video to it err day til I feel like I made mike proud.” -Chance The Rapper’s Instagram
Wait, There’s More
Last week, rap star Lil Baby went online to break major news to his Instagram followers. LB blamed himself for not sending Drake back a verse request in time to make his new “Toosie Slide” record.
“😤😤😤🤯🤯 @champagnepapi Sent Me This Song A Month Ago My Dumb Ass Ain’t Send The Verse Bacc 💀 !! But That’s Big Bro We Got Sh*t Comingggggg !!! “Toosie Slide” Out Now 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥” -Lil Baby’s Instagram
“That’s light we got more work to do!!! 4PF ✅” -Drake
“At least he got time to send u verses 😂😂😂 I still ain’t get sh*t 😔🧐” -Tory Lanez
Before You Go
Last Friday, the 6 God kept his word on delivering new music to the masses. Drake shared his latest anthem to fans with an accompanying music video which features him solo in his massive crib.
Drake has released a brand new song called “Toosie Slide,” as well as a music video that reflects the current COVID-19 pandemic. The visual opens with a shot of Toronto’s empty streets. Then Drake appears in his house—self-isolating—wearing gloves and a mask while doing the song’s signature dance. By the song’s end Drake is dancing outside in front of a fireworks display. Watch the clip below. “Toosie Slide” follow Drake’s pair of surprise 2020 songs: “When to Say When” and “Chicago Freestyle.” Also this year, Drake teamed up with Future for “Life Is Good” and “Desires.” (Pitchfork)