St. Louis rapper Woo Child presents his new single “Saturday”, produced by Soleternity, the beatsmith behind songs by Snoop Dogg, Tech-N9ne, Young Buck, Bone Crusher and Khujo of the Goodie Mob. “‘Saturday’ represents the first day of true rest and relaxation for your average working class person,” Woo says about his new single. “TGIF gets the love because you get to clock out and release, but Saturday is where your real peace is found. This song is about finding that peace in someone. And true to form, you have to work through the week, all the ups and downs and set backs, to get to your Saturday. When you find that someone, that Saturday, you never want to let it go. You want it to be Saturday, forever. I believe most people can relate to that sentiment, even if only superficially.” In 2015 Woo released the EP Heirs (watch the music video for “Center Stage”), produced entirely by three-time St. Louis Underground Music Fest Beat Champion, JBJR. Woo’s discography includes the single “Move” on the Monarchy Records/Spectra Music Group label, which became the original entrance music for WWE Tag Team, The Prime Time Players, seen on Monday Night Raw, Friday Night Smack Down, and PPV events. Woo Child songs have been heard on Target’s “Bullseye University”, MLB Network Countdown, AT&T’s Uverse Channel, Golf Channel’s “Inside The PGA”, The Young Turks, The NFL Jets Huddle, Jim Rome Is Burning, The Style Network’s “How Do I Look”, and LA Lakers games among others, as well as the video games Saint’s Row 3 and UFC Undisputed 3, where former UFC champion Tiago Alves comes to the ring bumping “I Am” by Woo Child. Woo Child’s last outing saw his single “All I Want” land on Fox NFL’s Halftime Report sponsored by Nissan for the Chiefs vs Raiders game that served as Charles Woodson’s farewell game.

“Saturday” on Spotify
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