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Duffle Bag Boy

 

Duffle Bag Boy

"Duffle Bag Boy"
Supply & Demand
Released March 1, 2007
Format Digital download, CD single
Recorded 2007
Genre Southern hip hop
Length 4:37
Label DTP, Def Jam
Writer(s) Playaz Circle, Dwayne Carter
Producer M16
Certification Platinum (RIAA)
Playaz Circle singles chronology

"Duffle Bag Boy"
(2007)
"Betta Knock"
(2007)

Lil Wayne singles chronology
"Pop Bottles"
(2007)
"Duffle Bag Boy"
(2007)
"Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill)"
(2007)

"Duffle Bag Boy" is a song by American hip hop duo Playaz Circle, released as their debut single and the lead single from their debut album, Supply & Demand (2007). The song features a guest appearance from fellow American rapper Lil Wayne and was produced by M16. The song peaked in the Top 40 of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, reaching #15.

Music video

The music video begins with Tity Boi getting up from bed for breakfast. He gets dressed and rides in a Lamborghini Gallardo, in which he picks up Lil Wayne, handing him a duffle bag. They then head to a concert. Meanwhile, Dolla Boy sells some CDs to a boy in exchange for a duffle bag, then receives a text message to meet Tity Boi and Lil Wayne. At the end of the video, all three of them are seen performing together.

Remixes

The official remix features Birdman, Juelz Santana and a new verse from Lil Wayne (who only sang the song's chorus in the original version). At the 2007 BET Hip Hop Awards, Playaz Circle and Lil Wayne performed the song with a new guest verse from fellow American rapper and DTP label-boss Ludacris.

Miami-based rapper Lil' Brianna, released a freestyle over the song's instrumental for her 2007 mixtape, Princess of Miami. UK rapper Kano, released a freestyle over the song's instrumental for his MC No.1 mixtape. Other remixes include a Travis Barker remix and a Sean P remix, respectively. American rappers Rick Ross and Young Jeezy also have their own respective remixes.

In other media

The song was used by Chris Rock as the music he exited the stage to on his 2008 'No Apologies' tour.

As well as his entrance theme song to his show "Kill the Messenger".

The song has also been featured in various other television programs.

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