Finally they came through with an official for the single. I don’t like it at all.
Sometimes you should just stick with the rawness of your material before it gets shoe-shined for the selling point by producers, marketers, agents and other professionals.
Yes, they all want you to maximize your profits (so they can have their share) but sometimes what they want you to do is opposed to the original spirit you brought in to the deal.
Unfortunately, an amazingly raw and unfinished (and therefore special) tune like “Teach Me How To Dougie” will forever be a scarcity in this hip hop age..