Verse Simmonds has been known to have his way with the ladies and what better day for him to drop a couple of gems for the people then Valentineâs Day.
Verse Simmonds follows his strip club joint "Shake Dat" with a music video for "One Last Time."
Verse Simmonds taps Bad Boy's Red Cafe and Bricksquad's Gucci Mane for his latest release "Shake Dat," a track lifted from his new mixtape, Sex, Love & Hip Hop.
"Bout That Life" can be used by anyone; the pool boy, the football coach, the President, all of them can casually say that line in conversation without looking crazy.
Verse Simmonds solves relationship issues with a simple attire adjustment, "new rules, no clothiers when we argue."
Verse Simmonds must have been spending a lot of time with Gucci Mane in Atlanta strip clubs. So it is understandable that Verse is asking the ladies to "Shake That," backed by a rattling bass, perfectly bouncing out the speakers.
Singer/songwriter Verse Simmonds releases his brand new mixtape 'Sex Love & Hip-Hop.' For the 11-tracks project, he teams with DJ Drama and collaborates with Musiq Soulchild, Snoop Dogg, Akon and more.
Singer/songwriter Verse Simmonds has been hard at work on his forthcoming mixtape, 'Sex Love & Hip-Hop' due out on April 12th. The "Boo Thang" singer has teamed up with DJ Drama for the free project, which will include 11 original tracks, including the recently released tracks "Keep It 100" and "Talk That."
Can you truly handle brute honesty? Verse Simmonds, for better or worse, tells women ...
Verse Simmonds version of romance is nasty and direct. Going hard in the paint Verse Simmonds spits lines freaky like "love me good f--k me better." Most people cannot say that without disappointing their partner so think twice before you "Talk That."