Today, legendary rapper Too $hort and his new group, Meter Mobb, released the music video for their song, “You Came To Party.” The up-tempo song was featured in an episode of HBO’s award-winning show, Silicon Valley, and on the show’s soundtrack via Mass Appeal.

“You Came To Party,” stays true to its title following Silicon Valley star, Jimmy Yang; for one wild night on a party bus with Too $hort, Meter Mobb. Also joining the party is: Singer, Eric Bellinger; comedian, Luenell; and Digital Underground’s, Money B and Young Hump.

Throughout the video, as blow up t-rexes and Luenell hop on the stripper pole, and porn stars and friends ‘wild out,’ Jimmy Yang uses the app to stream the craziness to his fans., is a live broadcasting community that provides creators a platform to interact with fans and provide fans a better way to get to know their favorite stars. personality, Liz Culley, jumps on the bus and with Jimmy and even “beams in” Mount Cyanide, a producer also featured on the Silicon Valley soundtrack.

As Too $hort gears up for the release of his next studio album, he has launched OG records, signing a host of talent to his digital record label, based in Los Angeles, CA. The debut music and production team, Meter Mobb, hail from the Bay Area and consist of “VT” [Silver Samurai] and “Stoomie” [Victor Sagastume]. VT’s production and vocals may be familiar to fans of E’40’s West Coast hit “Bitch” featuring Too $hort and 50 Cent on the remix; that he produced and sang the hook on.

The “You Came To Party” video available now.



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