Turn Down for What is a song released by a French DJ and Lil Jon, which you will learn more about later in the article. The song belongs to the genres of hardcore, hip-hop, scream rap, electro, and EDM trap. William Grigahcine, Steve Guess, Jonathan Smith, and Martin Bresso wrote the tunes. The artists and Tchami produced it. Turn Down for What lasts for three minutes and 33 seconds. Here is everything you need to know about the second-best song in 2014:
How to Download DJ Snake, Lil Jon – Turn Down for What
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The Song Review
Turn Down for What Video Interpretation
Turn down for what music video is nothing like you have ever seen. It presents the artist with an unusual disease involving his genitalia. However, the video does not stop here. It continuously boosts partying and keeps the celebration going.
There are scenes of the artist humping in the air. The artist also continuously smashes objects with his reproductive parts. The view is very unsettling. We also see a couple fight and commit indecent exposure in an apartment building. Toward the end of the video, the participants rage in a basement. Everyone is sweating through their clothes with their gentiles bouncing.
The Bottom Line
Turn Down for what is an energetic song with a beat that does not slow down. Its audio is pleasing to the ears. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said about its video. What are your thoughts on this DJ Snake and Lil Jon collab? Let us know in the comments below
About the Artists
DJ Snake was born in Ermont, a Parisian quaint neighborhood, in 1986. His parents are Algerian immigrants. Unfortunately, the family was living from hand to mouth. He quit studying at 15 to support his family. His first employment was minimum wage at a record store.
DJ Snake started taking more interest in music while working at the store. He would listen to hip-hop artists, EDM songs, and rappers. He frequently interacted with DJ Cut Killer, Cypress Hill, KRS One, and other stars. His musician starting journey was opening for shows and playing at bars.
Lil Jon was born in 1971 in Atlanta, Georgia. He was raised in the same neighborhood as his parents. They enrolled the young Lil Jon at the Frederick Douglass High School in Atlanta. However, studies did not interest him, so he chose not to pursue them further.
Lil John first started playing music as a disk jockey in nightclubs in Atlanta. He was also a valued employee at So, So Def Recordings from 1992-2000. He decided to quit the job after seven years to start his label. The debut album We Still Crunk! was a smash hit among music lovers. Lil Jon would continue working hard to become a recognized American record producer and rapper.
- The beat matches up with the energy in the video. Everyone is dancing and having a good time
- The video showcases everyone in a dream stance of being free from responsibilities and chores
- The participants are overly sexualized, making the video inappropriate for a young audience
- Trigger warning! We see a human skull melting with blood dripping off the jaw
- Women and male genitalia are excessively highlighted
- The artist humps the TV, engaging in different fetishes for self-pleasure