I bet you're pumped to vibe again with the Jersey Shore gang tonight when the party-hard posse hits South Beach for the MTV reality sensation's second season. But want to get the party started, like, now? Well, O'neal McKnight has your ticket. The R&B star just penned a club track inspired by the Shore's own Snooki and her now-iconic bump — and he's giving UsMagazine.com readers an exclusive first listen (above).
I asked my Twitter bud (follow him at @onealmcknight) about how he caught the Snooki bug and he tells Us, "I was inspired to write and record 'Do The Snooki' because I love the fact that she's not the typical girl who found success and fame on reality TV. Snooki's a character like Lucille Ball, Jessica Rabbit, Pee Wee Herman, Captain Kangaroo. When I saw Snooki dancing in one episode on the boardwalk after bumping into her ex… I thought she should have her own song and dance, like the Macarena. I want everybody to do the Snooki! I love that Snooki became the break out star of the show. And I have a crush on her!"
"Do The Snooki," produced by DJ Rob Dinero and sampling Greg Nice's voice on McKnight's 2008 hit "Check Your Coat," will soon be available for purchase on iTunes but you can hear it now before tuning in tonight!
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