F’N UP PT. 2 is a sequel released by Dre Day 100 in 2021. The new release stays true to the first track but is much less laid back. F’N Up started with a jazz piano section that makes you hit the snooze button to listen to it. Pt. 2 on the other hand, makes you ring the alarm with its sick beats.
F’N Up Pt. 2 is in collaboration with Lucky Lou, much like the first one. But they come out with bazookas blazing with sheer charisma in this one. The entire song is a show of power where they address their haters. “A Bomb up in yo present, leave you all in the past.” they’re not playing with this track. Unlike most songs where you can incur countless meanings with the lyrics of a song, this one doesn’t beat about the bush. This song means business in the best possible way with its trippy flow. The lyrics speak for itself with minimal instrumental support, which helps amp up their verses that doesn’t miss a beat.
The number of places that F’N Up Pt. 2 can be used in 21 Jump Street is insane. As we all know, 21 Jump Street is a buddy cop film directed by Phill Lord and Christopher Miller. The film follows two cops who go on an undercover mission in a high school and chaos follows. Both the song and the film have notable duos who work extremely well together.
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