Watch: S.F.'s LoveRance and 50 Cent Smack Invisible Booties in 'Up!'
The most played local song on KMEL in the past year is "Up," an ode to licking and sticking girls by San Francisco's LoveRance that is consistent with a growing national trend of rappers declaring that they actually engage in oral sex as givers.
50 Cent and LoveRance smack on some air.
Chris Brown did a remix for the song earlier this year -- a bit of an unfortunate choice considering that the chorus goes, "I beat the pussy up" -- but that has seemingly vanished. In its place, 50 Cent (who has a knack for scouting out hot California tunes to invade) hopped on the track in time for its Interscope release. The video is mildly NSFW due to gyrating stripper action, but we find the most compelling part of it is toward the end, when 50 and LoveRance engage in some air booty smacking, batting and waving at a pair of invisible behinds.
The catchy, repetitive ditty has spawned big imitators, most notably Drake's "The Motto." But unlike some of the folks who appeared in that locally-shot video, 50 did not come to the Bay rocking Dodgers gear -- instead, he smartly suited up in a S.F.-emblazoned cap and jacket. The video also features a cameo from KMEL jock Big Von, who makes like he's on the air hyping up the track. Check it out after the jump.