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‘Jersey Shore’s’ The Situation gets serious about his music single

Hollywoodnews.com: Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino from MTV’s “Jersey Shore” is about to take us down…to boogie town.

The word according to MTV news that he’s going to drop his first dance single this week, “The Situation,” a melodic piece he stitched together with Fatman Scoop, DJ Class and the Disco Fries.

Per MTV News:

Slated to hit iTunes this week, the tune has a basic techno backbeat and finds “the Sitch” AutoTune singing his way through lyrics about a debauched night out at the club over the kind of banging track he’s probably used to hearing from his pal, Pauly D.

“We got a Situation here,” the fitness center assistant manager-turned-reality-star says at the outset over air-raid blasts that sound like one of those annoying vuvuzela horns fans are constantly honking on at the World Cup.

“The motherf’in Situation/ What the hell are you lookin’ at? / Can a DJ get in like that/ Grab some ass, drink some ‘yac/ All I do is (bleep) until I get my cash/ Where the ladies at?/ I ain’t at a bar to get drunk alone/ I’m gonna take a hottie home.”
Sorrentino’s vocals are tweaked until almost unrecognizable, but the sentiment in the lyrics seems to be in line with his full-throttle party lifestyle.

There’s been no word yet whether Sorrentino is serious about his music career or if this is a one-off. Sorrentino is the second “Jersey Shore” cast member, behind Pauly D, to make their foray into music after the show’s success. Pauly D’s profile as a DJ is currently rising.

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