Giving Brittany Her Just Due

I was not exactly impressed with Just Brittany’s “Left Cheek, Right Cheek.” As much as I’m inclined to support fellow Houstonians, the song and the video weren’t the move. However, my inner bird cockle, doodle, doos with glee to another track of hers called “Call Me 4 Dat Good.”


It’s a song calling for a healthy dialogue about sexual appetites. I find it rather profound, but of course, by my own cluck count, I would.

As a friend of mine put it on the Twitter, “‘call me 4 dat good’ is the best song i’ve ever heard.”

If you find that statement hyperbolic, your hips are some hater bitches. Thanks to his tweet, I now have this gem in my life. I’m grateful, but I have specifically asked my friends in Houston to keep me in tuned with the regional shit I’m missing out on.

So did they tell me about this over two-year old song? No. I’m disappointed, but I’m dancing anyway. That’s what’s most important. Still, don’t let that shit happen again, y’all. I won’t be as forgiving in the future.

If you don’t know who Just Brittany is, she’s a stripper (ex?) signed to Cash Money. She’s kind of like, “What if you combined Karlie Redd and Joseline’s wildest dreams?”

I’m not sure what Just Brittany is doing with herself these days, but if she makes at least 10 more songs exactly like this for an album or EP, I’m willing to at least spend $8 dollars to support her musical career. That’s better than just tweeting a link to her free mixtape on Datpiff.

I could only find the screwed and chopped version of the song to post here, so if you’re not a fan of the sound I hope you manage to still pick up some of the magic in this song. It makes me want to stop everything I’m doing and dance as if my rent depended on it.

In other words, experience sheer bliss.

I may not have any love for that ditty about your switching cheeks, Brittany, but I’ll always treasure for “Call Me 4 Dat Good.” Let’s be friends and shit.

As for the rest of you folks, if you know of some songs I am missing out of, send them to me. That’s what I am here for. Don’t be stingy with the goods now.